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Becoming Resilient

Becoming Resilient

Beginning early in life you have developed behaviors and perspectives that have enhanced or hindered your ability to be resilient and adaptable as an adult. Yet resiliency can be developed. It’s possible to change your views, habits, and responses by modifying your thoughts and actions in nine areas: acceptance of change, continuous learning, self empowerment, sense of purpose, personal identity, personal and professional networks, reflection, skill shifting, and your relationship to money.

These nine areas aren’t separate facets of resilience but intertwined and interrelated themes. Each builds on the others, influences the others, and in concert with the others can bolster your resiliency and your skill in handling change. By improving in all of these areas you broaden your outlook and become less narrowly focused – more able to adapt to change.


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