The road to building personal resilience has many obstacles and you may feel that you have no idea where to start. Once you begin to look around, you will discover that there is a wealth of information to sort through to find what you need. If you are looking for some simple but effective tips, take a look below.
When trying to achieve goals and improve your performance, it is important to consider yourself holistically, which means, as a whole person. As a human being, you are made up of a physical body, as well as your mind. If your body is unhealthy, ailing or stressed, your mind is likely to be corrupted and unhealthy, as well. By pursuing fitness and physical health, you contribute to your mental happiness.
Work on discovering your personal strengths. Try making a list of the ones you know and try making a list of your weaknesses that hold you back from being the strong person that you think you are or could be. Even opinions from others, like friends or family, can give you some insight on how to improve your self awareness.
When meeting someone new, try your best to make a good impression. It is said that people judge people they have just met within the first ten minutes of meeting them. In such a short amount of time, try to be yourself and show them how good of a person you are.
Set a goal and be passionate about your goal. You need to be fully passionate about the goal you are wanting to achieve, so you will to do exactly what it takes. Being passionate about your goal will also help you to make any sacrifices and compromises needed to follow through on your goal.
If you are considered medically overweight, consider making the effort to lose weight by an acceptable and healthy means. Even the smallest weight loss has the power to make you feel confident and more comfortable in your body, inspired to continue making progress, and motivated to follow through completely with your healthy new routine.
If you suffer from anxiety and constant worrying, consider allocating a small portion of every day in which you can mull over your problems and concerns. Make a conscious effort to relegate anxieties and worrisome thoughts to this limited space, whether it is after work or during your daily trip to the gym. You will not be avoiding your problems, but you will be setting them aside so that they do not compromise your productivity and mental focus.
Many big tasks are unmanageable. They paralyse you in their size and scope, to the point that you can’t even fathom how to begin. When you come across a task like this, it’s important to deconstruct the task into smaller, manageable ones that will lead you to the ultimate goal. Practicing this ability daily, will give you a powerful tool to build your sense of purpose.
All it takes to begin being more resilient and enjoy the life you deserve, is for you to take the first step. Take control of the things that you are able to and begin to make changes. There is still much to learn, but apply these tips and you will be on your way.
Overcome the obstacles that stand in your way and be the best you can be.