Resilience This Week

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Latest Blog Posts

Research proves that anyone can learn and develop resilience.
My goal is to help you know how to transform your own life
by leaning on your hard-won wisdom.

 

Life happens...

Resilience transforms it.

Feeling Stuck at Work? 3 Types of 'Stuck' and How to Fix It

It's never easy to be stuck. When you’re stuck at work with no progress or opportunities in sight; when pressed on all fronts by increased...

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Need for Approval Keeps You From Moving Forward in Life

Some social scientists believe that seeking approval evolved from a survival advantage that group acceptance provided. That means...

 

Seeking...

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Setting Your Resilient Boundaries

 

Knowing how to set effective boundaries is a skill that you'll use throughout your life. Is it possible to set effective boundaries when...

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After a While

After a While by Jorge Luis Borges is my favorite poem of all time. He was the original author. Later, Veronica Shoffstall added a stanza and...

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Imagine a world...

Imagine a world where you were perfectly understood by co-workers, boss, friends and family…and you were able to speak your mind.

And you...

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How to Believe New Things Using Thought Ladders

 

I can't be successful in my business  /  I'm always successful in my business
I hate the situation I'm in  /  I love the...

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I'm possible!

 

What's your "I'm Possible" goal in the next 6 months?

Mine is to...

-Get mindfulness teacher certified
-Get life coach certified
-Launch...

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Your Goals and Mindfulness Training

I'm trying to finish my mindfulness teaching training this year.

I’ve finished the foundation course and working on the next one which is...

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Why You Should Raise Your Adversity Quotient

 

I’d like to know, on a scale of 1 to 10, what’s your adversity quotient?

You may not even know what "adversity quotient" is, but...

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Skeletons on Parade: Passing Down Your Unique (or Shameful) Family History

Admit it. Your family closet is just full as everyone else’s.

Hidden away in the dark, dusty corners lurk row upon row of skeletons, lined...

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