Read me, Think about me, Watch me ... 3 Resilience Tips

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

 

Circle chart showing the feelings/effects of receiving an extra task to an already full workload

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 Memorable quote

 

A metal bench looking out to sea with the overlaid Al Siebert quote "When you are hit with life disrupting events, you will never be the same again. You either cope or you crumble; you become better or bitter; you emerge stronger or weaker.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 5-minute watch

cinema image of projector with a spiral of film on a pink background for resilience tips

 

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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