When the pressure is on, it’s easy to feel like you’re falling behind or not accomplishing enough.
Don’t Worry. You Can Bounce Back From Negative Experiences.
Minor setbacks may crush your motivation. Criticism can leave you reeling for days. If you want to perform at high levels, then you must be able to bounce back from failure and all the ups-and-downs that life entails. In other words, you must learn how to become emotionally resilient.
Resilience Is The Ability To Adapt To Adversity Or Significant Stress.
When faced with difficulty, resilient people recover more quickly. They view setbacks as temporary and move forward despite uncertainty. Research finds that resilient people excel in problem-solving, positive communication, emotional intelligence and emotion regulation. They tend to be hopeful and optimistic, and have higher levels of self-esteem. Resilience isn’t a magical quality that’s bestowed upon a strong few.
You Can Build Emotional Resilience
Everyone is equipped with some degree of resilience, and you can intentionally deepen your capacity to bounce back.
By cultivating key behaviors and habits, you can boost your ability to remain calm during a crisis. Here are 5 pillars that can help you build resilience and bounce back: