How we relate to ourselves, to the challenges we face and to each other changes the world, for better or worse.
re·sil·ient: /rəˈzilyənt/adjective (Oxford Dictionary)
1. able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions.
COVID-19 UPDATE: My sincere gratitude to those working hard to keep us safe and healthy. If ever there was a time for resilience it is now. If there is a way ... online ... that I can support you or your team, please ask. I am pausing all in-person activity indefinitely. Be well. Be safe. Be kind.
We live and work at a time when many of us face varying degrees of drama both personally and professionally, whether we want it or not. My definition of Drama is: "An escalation of emotional reactions to a person, situation or event that negatively impacts judgement and results in behaviours that disempower individuals and relationships."
How well you recover from drama influences your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health. If your wellbeing and how you impact others matters to you, then you already have what it takes to learn simple and effective ways to recognize drama and manage your response.
Open the door to liberating yourself and others and building inner resilience for sustainable change.
Ms. Daryl Wood, CPCC