We are stronger than we think.
Resilience is that durable quality that allows some people to be knocked around by life’s tougher situations and come back stronger than ever.
Bouncing back with resilience is what we do when we face disappointment or defeat, but instead of letting things keep us down, we get back up and continue on with our lives.
Resilience isn’t about breezing through life stress-free; rather, it’s about experiencing all of the difficult, and stressful situations that life brings us and staying on point, with optimism.
Developing resilience sometimes requires emotional distress. If we never ran into disappointment in the first place, we would not be able to learn how to deal with it.
When we think about it in this way, we can see that we all display resilience of some sort. But some are less resilient than others – But there are ways to become stronger and more experienced.
In my book “SOAR! with Resilience®: The Interactive Book for Overcoming Obstacles & Achieving Success” I show readers many ways of dealing with life’s challenges; building resilience through exercises to gain the mental or inner strength that we use to deal with our challenges.
It can be very rewarding and empowering to gain a stronger resilience in life. The resilience choice is always possible. With the proper guidance we can actively cultivate positive emotions as an antidote to stressful situations and life’s challenges.
We all have a little self-learned resilience, but you might want to take it even further and seek the type of guidance which will improve your own resilience skills.
I provide a free consultation on life’s resilience skills that we all need. Many have found this consult to be a great starting point. I’m interested in hearing about the resilience skills you may already have and helping with the skills you need. Helping others has always been a part of my personal resilience.
Let’s SOAR! with Resilience together…
FREE 20 Minute Phone Consultation in which we will examine the top stressors in your life and see how to transform them.
“The oak fought the wind and was broken, the willow bent when it must and survived.”
– Robert Jordan