56. ARE YOU STRONG-HEADED OR FLEXIBLE? - Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - Jack Lookman #empoweringandinspiringgenerations #Irekabiti


Teens frequently face circumstances that put their willpower and flexibility to the test as they traverse the highs and lows of puberty. Their approach to relationships, personal development, and obstacles is reflected in their response to the issue of whether they are flexible or strong-willed.

Being strong-willed has advantages and disadvantages. It exhibits, on the one hand, tenacity, conviction, and the capacity to persevere in the face of difficulty. People with strong heads are frequently motivated by their values and aspirations, making them unwavering in their quest for accomplishment. But this rigidity can also result in resistance to change, stubbornness, and inflexibility. Strong-willed people could be resistant to changing their ways or considering different points of view when faced with novel concepts or opinions, which could possibly impede their personal growth.

Conversely, flexibility is a desirable quality that promotes adaptability, resilience, and open-mindedness. People that are adaptable can easily deal with change, uncertainty, and difficulties by changing their plans and viewpoints as necessary. They may come up with original solutions to issues and are receptive to new ideas and compromises. Because of their adaptability, they may flourish in a variety of settings, forge enduring bonds with others, and take advantage of chances for personal growth. 

Excessive flexibility, however, can also have disadvantages because it can result in a lack of direction, indecision, and consistency. Individuals who lack a strong feeling of conviction or purpose may find it difficult to make bold statements and steadfastly pursue their objectives.

Finding a balance between being adaptable and firm-headed is ultimately crucial. It’s critical to maintain an open mind to fresh experiences, viewpoints, and ideas while also maintaining a strong sense of values, objectives, and beliefs.

Thank you very much for your time. 

This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)

Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).

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