Building Personal Resilience at Work & Everyday Life

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Information about Building Personal Resilience at Work & Everyday Life

Published on April 21, 2018

Author: jackshedden4


slide 1: Building Personal Resilience at Work Everyday Life Albert Einstein once said “It’s not that I’m so smart it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” Einstein considered by many to be the greatest mind of the 20th century and resilience expert was known for mulling over his questions until falling into a semi-trance. In these states of deep contemplation he made fascinating discoveries and then spent countless hours working back out of the maze to make his discoveries translatable to others. The trick to sustainable success in any arena is not as many believe to be the smartest or most educated guy in the room or to be born into wealth and opportunity. Rather the trick is to become so focused on the goal and so determined not to give up that all distractions fade into the background and the answers rise to the top. If you would like to see more success in your endeavors and want resiliency in the work place here are 3 simple tips to help you get and stay focused so you can achieve your goals in life: 1 | THINK "CHUNKS" Studies have shown that humans get overwhelmed and become less productive when focusing on too many things at once. The concept of multitasking is a misnomer as we can only effectively focus on one thing at a time. If you handle multiple tasks at once then you need stress management and resilience training by an experienced resilience coach. Yet it is recommended by the experts that pick one small aspect of whatever you’re doing and give it your full attention.  If you’re working on a book just focus on one chapter a week or month.  If you’re cleaning your house think one room at a time.  If you’re working on a project focus on one area of the project until it’s done. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent - Calvin Coolidge slide 2: 2 | GIVE YOURSELF PERMISSION TO “GO THERE” Oftentimes we don’t give something the necessary attention because we feel we cannot disengage from all the other demands in our life. Give yourself permission to let everything else go for a while. De- prioritize to re-prioritize and be okay with the fact that in order to say ‘Yes’ to what you want you must say ‘No’ to something else. Usually for everyone work and clients come first exercise routine and personal care come last. Because in this mechanical routine life professional stability is very important but we completely ignore some very important things one of those is “building personal resilience at work and other daily dealing places”. Handling change in the work place even in your daily life would become hard by ignoring your personal space and leisure. So clients and making money is very essential but your personal time and care comes first. So you have let go the fear of losing out. slide 3: 3 | GIVE YOURSELF MORE TIME With deadlines looming it’s easy to shortchange yourself on the amount of time actually needed for excellence. Ask for more time if you need. OR refer to tip number 2 to create more space in your life. Progress takes persistence and persistence takes time. Once a Canadian speaker said during “Resilience Leadership Training” you don’t have to be an Einstein to let your genius shine through. Brilliance belongs to everyone. You just have to drill deep to get to the gold. Contact Us: Ph +1 780-352-0945 Zaheen Nanji Resilience Speaker

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