One of the descriptions we read this week about our energy levels during the pandemic likened them to a bouncing ball. If left untouched, the ball starts with a high bounce, the uplift of which gradually reduces, before rolling to a stop altogether.
In addition to the ongoing pandemic, there are currently many elements of our lives that can deplete our energy – planning for Christmas, the short, dark winter days and a relentless inbox to name but a few. It is easy to see why developing resilience skills has become so valuable this year.
In a short post we provide 3 resilience tips in differing formats as your time may be short and your screen eyes tired, choose from:
- a 2-minute read
- a visual quote
- a short video
Think of it as a learning pic and mix!
A 2-minute read - Emotional Resilience to break the stress cycle
A look at a common workplace scenario and the part emotional resilience skills can play in helping you cope better during such a challenging time.
Read the 2-minute article.
A 5-minute watch
Posted in July but still very relevant today. Vanessa King from Action for Happiness shares 3 immediately actionable tips around the theme of resilience.
Watch the video.
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