Think about the five most successful people you know. On the average, they’re probably not that talented. However, they know how to get things done and persist. That is why resilience is an important skill to develop and polish throughout life. Resilience helps you be persistent through the ups and downs life brings.
Resilience might be the missing ingredient in your quest for success. We want to share a few techniques you can use to increase your resilience. You can also share with your children or partner so they can learn right along with you.
Welcome to 2020! Some of you are (or already have) created resolutions and goals for the upcoming year. On the other hand, some of you may not be the New Year resolution type but believe progress and self-growth happen no matter the time of year.
In either case, are you including your kids in creating and setting goals for themselves? If you are, I applaud you, as goal setting is a powerful thing. It can literally alter our brains. This article from INC Magazine by Geoffrey James, explains beautifully the benefits of goal setting, with the scientific research to back up this amazing phenomenon. James says, “if you strongly desire a goal, your brain will perceive obstacles as less significant than they might otherwise appear”. Our brains are chemically changing based on what we focus on. This is a huge benefit to teaching your child to goal set. You child is growing, learning, and reprogramming new thoughts and belief systems every day. By goal...
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