15 Ways to Overcome Struggles in Life

15 Ways to Overcome Struggles in Life

In reality, at some point in our life, we all struggle. Even the most successful people you could ever think of go through that phase too. But even though we face these challenges, we have the choice on how to deal or respond to that kind of situation. It is up to us to build and train our mind to be optimistic and unstoppable amidst trials and adversities in life. Those people who are thriving and achieving their dreams today is a testament on how people can overcome anything against all odds.

The ability to overcome these struggles is not an easy one to work out. You need to have determination and grit to achieve it. Here are 15 ways that can help you to overcome struggles in life.

  1. Push your limits.
    2. Don’t go through life alone.
    3. Be optimistic
    4. Have a journal.
    5. Exercise!
    6. Go out and explore.
    7. Celebrate your summits- then seek out new ones.
    8. Keep an open mind.
    9. Stop comparing.
    10. Avoid having a “pity-party”.
    11. Feel the pain.
    12. Stay committed and focused.
    13. Avoid being too hard on yourself.

          14. Enjoy peace and solitude.
          15. Don’t ever stop trying.

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Struggle and Types of struggle

A Path of challenge that someone could face throughout their life

Power of women

How To Increase Your Self-Confidence

  • Recognize and emphasize your strengths. Reward and praise yourself for your efforts and progress.
  • When you stumble on an obstacle, treat yourself with kindness and compassion. Don’t dwell on failure.
  • Set realistic and achievable goals. Do not expect perfection; it is impossible to be perfect in every aspect of life.
  • Slow down when you are feeling intense emotions and think logically about the situation.
  • Challenge making assumptions about yourself, people and situations.
  • Recognize that past negative life experiences do not dictate your future.
  • Express your feelings, beliefs and needs directly and respectfully
  • Learn to say no to unreasonable requests.

Attitudes of Self-confident Women


10 benefits of greater self-confidence


  1. Being your best under stress. When you’re confident, you perform up to your potential and you want to perform your best.
  2. Influencing others. Self-confident people often influence others more readily.
  3. Having leadership and executive presence. Self-confidence plays a big part in leadership and executive presence.
  4. Exuding a more positive attitude. When you feel confident about yourself, you believe you have an important and meaningful place in the world.
  5. Feeling valued. When you’re confident, you know what you excel at and that you have value.
  6. Reducing negative thoughts. Greater self-confidence allows you to experience freedom from self-doubt and negative thoughts about yourself.
  7. Experiencing more fearlessness and less anxiety. Greater confidence makes you more willing to take smart risks & more able to move outside your comfort.
  8. Having greater freedom from social anxiety. Becoming more comfortable being yourself reduces concern about what others might think of you. How liberating!
  9. Gaining energy and motivation to take action. Confidence gives you positive energy to take action to achieve your personal and professional goals and dreams.
  10. Being happier. Confident people tend to be happier and more satisfied.

Successful Inception Period

Initiative Africa (IA) in collaboration with Pan African Chamber of Commerce Industry (PACCI) and Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) has been working on the inception phase of the Business Environment Reform project titled ‘Empowering Marginal Economic Actors through Policy Reform from the Bottom-up’-financed by sida/ Embassy of Sweden.

Initiative Africa is proud to announce it carried out a successful inception period. The successful delivery of the inception phase was declared on the review meeting. The meeting was held with IA and consortium partners- PACCI and CIPE along with the program donor-Sida. All parties were in consensus that the inception phase had hit all the intended goals and is heading on the correct path for the implementation phase.


Self-confidence is an attitude about your skills and abilities. It means you accept and trust yourself and have a sense of control in your life. You know your strengths and weakness well, and have a positive view of yourself. You set realistic expectations and goals, communicate assertively, and can handle criticism.

On the other hand, low self-confidence might make you feel full of self-doubt, be passive or submissive, or have difficulty trusting others. You may feel inferior, unloved, or be sensitive to criticism. Feeling confident in yourself might depend on the situation. For instance, you can feel very confident in some areas, such as academics, but lack confidence in others, like relationships

Low self-confidence might stem from different experiences, such as growing up in an unsupportive and critical environment, being separated from your friends or family for the first time, judging yourself too harshly, or being afraid of failure. People with low self-confidence often have errors in their thinking.

Be perefect in your Imperfection