Resilience is the skill that helps you bounce back after a challenge. Developing your resilience will help you both personally and professionally. Here’s where to begin.
Identify The Lessons Learned
The more time and space you have the more lessons you will be able to identify, but there should be a lesson or two you should be able to pinpoint rapidly. Identifying the lesson doesn’t just help you create a better strategy for future endeavors, but helps you take back your power.
Once you have identified what you’ve learned, it’s time to get back up, dust yourself off—and keep going. This may mean continuing on with the same goal or creating an entirely new one. No, pursuing a new goal isn’t giving up. Sometimes, the lesson we need to learn is that we aren’t on the right path.
The more you learn the more you grow. Your ongoing learning will help you create better strategies, pinpoint where things went wrong, and bounce back. Learning has never been easier than ever as you can watch documentaries, TED Talks, YouTube videos, listen to podcasts, take online classes, hire a coach, read books, and more.
Here’s to bouncing back fast!