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4 Aspects of a Resilient Mindset

The resilience report: Five ways to turn your stress into your success

Stress. We all know how it feels, whether it’s triggered by a deadline looming just before that performance review, or perhaps by the diagnosis of a serious illness. Characterised as a state of mental or emotional strain or tension that results from adverse or demanding circumstances, stress can be slight or severe. But it’s never fun.

And just because Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern juggled Cabinet meetings with breastfeeding – and other people are getting married at first sight – doesn’t mean your stress levels are necessarily any lower than theirs. We all respond differently.

According to NEXT’s 2019 Resilience Survey, stress is taking a serious physical and emotional toll…

 

4 Aspects of a Resilient Mindset

mindset

“Often resilience is seen as being really tough and bouncing back easily from traumatic or difficult situations but this is not necessarily the true meaning of what a resilient mindset is.”

Resilience is something that we are hearing more and more about, from resilient people, resilient business models and resilient organisations, everybody wants to be resilient in this fast paced ever-changing world we live in.  But what is resilience?

Often resilience is seen as being really tough and bouncing back easily from traumatic or difficult situations but this is not necessarily the true meaning of what a resilient mindset is. Resilience is the ability to navigate life, adapting to change, learning through adversity and understanding your feelings and emotional responses to situations. Resilience is an evolving way of being and takes personal understanding and awareness.

There are people who are naturally more resilient than others but the good news is resilience can be learned and improved. In my new resilience training and coaching model WAVE™ I have broken resilience down into 4 manageable parts…

 

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