The Truth About Resilience

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Do you possess resilience?

In this episode I talk about one aspect of resilience that is often overlooked and why we need to broaden our perspective of the trait if we are to understand and develop it.

Resilience is defined as the ability to recover quickly from adversity. It is what enables people to bounce back after difficult experiences. Fortunately, this is a skill that you can develop to get through stressful times with greater ease. 

However, many people focus on the wrong things when experiencing adversity and making one change can dramatically reduce the feeling of having to recover.

I provide examples of the role of rejuvenation and and why it is often misunderstood, as well as how to ensure greater satisfaction by making an essential connection between our activities and our desires.

Discover three checkpoints for when you are experiencing adversity to ensure greater ease.

You can also download a short check list to identify which traits you possess and which you need to develop.

This episode may change your ideas about balancing your life and which skills to develop to get through stressful times.

In this episode we look at:

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    One of the misconceptions of resiliency.
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    How work/life balance perspective can perpetuate discontent 
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    The role of priorities play  
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    Examples of how integrating your whole self will diminish the need for recovery time.
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    3 checkpoints when you experience adversity.

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A complementary  worksheet that will reveal some of the traits of resilient people and help you clarify which traits you possess and which need developing.

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