10 Core Beliefs of Extraordinarily Resilient People
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It's the skill that enables us to recover quickly from difficulties. It means adapting well in the face of trauma, tragedy or significant stress.
We build our resilience by learni...
The primary factor in resilience is having supportive relationships, inside and outside the family.
Close friends, family and loved ones represent our social support; they encourage and motivate us, and let us know that we aren’t alone.
The way we view a potentially stressful situation can either make the crisis worse in our mind or minimize it.
Reframing things in a more positive way can alter our perceptions and relieve our stressful feelings.
Most successful people do feel good luck played some role in their success. But they don't wait for it or worry about bad luck. They act as if success or failure is tot...
Mental strength isn’t an unlimited resource, don’t waste it on things you can’t control.
Do what you can. Be your own change--but don't try to make everyone else change.
Learn from your mistakes, and those from others too, but let them go. The past is just training; it doesn't define you.
When something bad happens, see it as an opportunity to learn something you didn't know. When another person makes a mistake, learn from it and see it as an opportunity to be kind, forgiving, and understanding.
Thinking - the mixture of initiative, faith, willingness to win, and resilience - is more conducive to success than any other feature.
... is the one stage that links thoughts and actions together:
Thoughts → Committment (or Desire) → Action.
It means convincing yourself that your goal is achievable.
With a specific end in mind, practice convincing your mind of the opportunity to realize that goal, and after a while, your mind will start to subconsciously act on behalf of your belief system.