Secrets Of The Most Resilient People
Having a sense of purpose beyond your occupation or everyday role plays a big role in resilience.
“Our positions are temporary and will likely change. But our purpose should never really change.” Frank Niles
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To overcome adversity, you must rescue yourself first. Your mindset, not the event, defines if you will be ‘rescued’ or not.
Resilience is less about who you are and more about how you thi...
Adaptability is the personality trait that helps determine how you respond to change. It’s composed of flexibility (your willingness to change) and versatility (your ability to change). A...
Adaptable people are open to new ideas, and don't need to follow traditional ways. They're able to anticipate changes and don't panic when things don't go according to plan.
Adaptability always adds to the competitive advantage of organizations or individuals.
Adaptable people excel as leaders, earn the respect of their peers, inspire those around them to embrace change, and helps to facilitate even the most unanticipated transitions.
Unlike adaptable leaders, a leader unable to pivot quickly could hurt employees and the organization as a whole.
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.