Things will come our way... It's our ability to respond
The pace of life
We all have multiple roles to fulfil. We can find that we end up being pulled in multiple directions and putting other people and things ahead of what we know matters most. Telling ourselves, "things will improve soon" and then I'll reprioritise. Except, soon never comes.
This can lead to frustration and behaviors we would rather avoid or eliminate.
Unlocking your resilience
People that develop the awareness and skills of personal resilience achieve more of what they want and are happier in the process.
On an plane there's a reason you are asked to put your oxygen mask on first.
Being the best, parent, employee, partner requires looking look after yourself first. For some people, this can feel odd or even selfish. However, those that appreciate this point come to realise the effort required pays back with positive interest.
Having a sustainable approach designed around your actual circumstances is a key first step.
Understand what resilience is and how it might be challenged.
Understand the importance of taking responsibility for ourselves first and the impact of not making this a priority.
Understand the foundations of our resilience and how to assess how solid our foundations currently are
Develop a resilience plan to support your personal circumstances