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Robert Stevenson’s Thoughts on the Pursuit of Excellence

Celebrate What’s Right

February 4, 2018

by Robert Stevenson

I wish we had a “GOOD NEWS” channel. Anytime I turn on the TV they are usually talking about things that are bad, wrong, tragic, unfair, cruel, or catastrophic. Law breakers, thieves, rapists, shootings, death, despair and awful weather are the main topics of their programming. I heard a gentleman the other day say, “Why don’t we celebrate what’s right with the world, rather than what is wrong with the world.” I personally feel we all should be looking for the joy in life and sharing it.

You Can Measure GRIT

December 4, 2017

by Robert Stevenson

The psychological definition of GRIT is a positive non-cognitive trait that involves perseverance of effort to accomplish a long-term goal no matter what obstacles or adversities, lay within a “gritty” individual’s path. It turns out you can measure GRIT.

Angela Duckworth, a University of Pennsylvania researcher measured the influence of GRIT on twelve hundred first-year West Point cadets.

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