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Real Resilience – How to Get it and Keep it

Real Resilience – How to Get it and Keep it

Real Resilience

What next !!!

I was confused… I’d just got back from an amazing holiday and was feeling on top of the world despite a few things happening around me before I went. Then things started to happen…..

Watch the video to see what did happen and then see what I think has kept me sane and on track to make the most of my business and my life. Enjoy and let me know what has happened to you and how you dealt with it!

I’m also acutely conscious of the terrorist attacks that have recently happened in the UK and want to say to you that I am here if you are struggling with the emotions surrounding these events. Just pick up the phone!


The main things that I think have give me real resilience and that I recommend are:

  • The work that I have done with a coach and in particular Time Line Therapy which has created a positivity and self belief that really helps.
  • Having goals that inspire me- that I work towards and feel inspired by.
  • People around me – the times that I have wobbles are when people’s behaviour has been way out of line with my values and the times that I am even stronger is when my “A” team listen and support me- no matter what!

Let me know if there’s anything that you’d like to add to this – I’m sure there are loads and I’ll see you next week. If you want to talk to me click here and we can talk about how to help you get that real resilience!

Until next time

Dr Bridget

 

4 Responses to Real Resilience – How to Get it and Keep it

  1. Tracy Thomas June 5, 2017 at 1:27 pm #

    Regarding resilience, I had a client this week who wanted me to do something I wasn’t prepared to do. It was very difficult to remain professional when telling him I wasn’t going to see him again, I did it via text message so that I had a copy of his response too!

    • Dr Bridget June 6, 2017 at 6:00 pm #

      Thanks Tracy. Its about boundaries which come with knowing you you are and your values.

  2. karen June 6, 2017 at 2:25 pm #

    Great blog Bridget I know the feeling . Sounds like you handled it really well.

    • Dr Bridget June 6, 2017 at 5:59 pm #

      Thanks Karen! I look on it as a learning process in keeping calm and moving on

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