Like any skill, resilience can be strengthened over time
Can too much resilience desensitise us to bad situations?
If change is the only constant, leadership agility is no longer just an optional skill.
Make a commitment to nurture your resilience on a daily basis. Your mojo depends on it.
Learn how to manage yourself so that you can continue to perform at your best even under increasing pressure and expectations.
The next time you’re being too hard on yourself, recognise that you are dimming your own personal power.
Remember the airplane the next time the chips are down and you feel like giving up. Find the strength to keep pushing through and great things will happen.
Just keep your head down, and keep going. No matter how tough it gets. No matter how long it takes. If it’s important enough to you, it’s worth the work and time. Stay strong. The results will come.
Exceptional leaders practice self leadership. Develop your personal leadership mastery to lead with greater authenticity, confidence and resilience; to grow your leadership influence and impact. Which is ultimately what delivers results.
Clarity about your ‘why’ will help you bounce back from setbacks and builds your resilience for the long haul.