How to Handle Boredom

How to Handle Boredom

“She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness.” – Proverbs 31:27 It has been said that there are 25 failures for every victory, and those failures are a part of growing and becoming a better version of yourself. Failure is an important part of winning, and these short-term failures are always going to be a part of God’s long-term plan for you. Here is something else we have to learn to deal with: Boredom. Not only do we need to handle failure, but we also need to embrace boredom. Because when we do, it can be a huge advantage for us.  When you think about being bored, an Olympic athlete probably wouldn’t cross your mind. James Clear, the author of “Atomic Habits,” interviewed an Olympic coach. The coach said he gets all the greatest athletes, and almost all of them come to

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