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Developing Resiliency: Focusing on Three Key Traits



Developing Resiliency
Developing Resiliency


Some individuals excel in the face of adversity, while others struggle to recover from setbacks. For instance, how would you react to being laid off or not receiving a promotion? Would you be able to regain your confidence quickly, or would it be a difficult task? By cultivating three specific traits, you can become the type of person who bounces back from such setbacks:


1. Seeing reality clearly: Resilient individuals have a practical and realistic outlook. They are not overly optimistic, nor do they deny reality. Instead, they acknowledge even the most challenging situations, viewing them as opportunities to develop resilience and learn how to survive through hardships.


2. Finding meaning in what happens: People who can overcome adversity create a sense of importance around their suffering, which allows them to find purpose in their experiences and inspire others.


3. Making the most of what you have: Overcoming obstacles often involves creating creative solutions to problems when you don't have everything you need. Resilient individuals are resourceful and make the most of what they have, even when it's not ideal.

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