6 holistic ways to overcome failure, build resilience, and boost performance optimization

Failure can be an important step on the journey to success. It’s an opportunity to learn, grow, develop new strategies, or find new opportunities. Whether your goal is to increase your resilience, mental health, performance optimization, or military wellness, the video below provides 6 important ways to help you overcome failure and achieve your goals.

Check out the following HPRC resources on how to set yourself up for success to accomplish your goals.

Break your goal down into small habits using HPRC’s guide to create good habits.

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