In order to survive and thrive during these challenging times, one must be courageous and resilient. To be resilient, one must be creative.
When we go through challenging times, like this past extraordinary year, it serves us well to consider what learnings and opportunities adversity has presented us. When we focus constructively, we can turn challenge to triumph.
When you are considering changing careers, it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are six questions to help guide you through the process and your decision making.
Resiliency Assessment How well are you able to cope with change and life's ups and downs? Take the short quiz below to find out. Are You Ready for What's Next? Resilience is the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. It’s the ability to mentally or emotionally recover from a crisis quickly. The question becomes, how does one become resilient? Is it something we are born with or is it trainable? Evidently, it’s a little of both. According to psychologist, Susan Kobasa, there are three elements that are essential to building resilience:Challenge: Resilient people view difficult situations and setbacks as challenges; not as paralyzing events.Commitment: Resilient people possess a strong sense of commitment. They have a compelling reason to get out of bed in the morning.Personal Control: Resilient people spend their time and energy focusing on situations [...]
As I write this, we are going through an unprecedented global pandemic. Such times of turmoil create tremendous anxiety for many of us. Here are six strategies to cope.
Career resolutions can help achieve your work-related goals. However, without a plan, sticking with resolutions is a challenge. Here are three tips to get you started right.
Is your life not what you wish it was? A positive mindset might be the answer. You might think the problem is your job, your responsibilities or your relationships. Consider what you can change about you that will make you happier.
Mindfulness is a deliberate process of calmly being in the moment -- putting aside life's daily distractions. Mindfulness teaches us to recognize and accept our thoughts and feelings without negativity.