In this week’s episode of the We Go Boldly Podcast we are talking how we can build resistance.
Buckle up friends, this is a good one. We dig in deep learning about resilience and strength. Resilience involves the ability to recover and rebound from challenges and setbacks. While it may seem that some people are naturally better than others we’ve come to realize that we can build our resilience. Like building a muscle, increasing your resilience takes time and intentionality.
Being resilient means facing difficulties head-on instead of falling into despair or using unhealthy coping strategies. We focus on the many ways we can build resilience as an individual and of course, a community.
While resilience is so important in adults it is equally as important in children. Join us as we share many ways to help our kids become more resilient.
The good news is that we can all build resilience without going through trauma. Once we build resilience we are capable of so much more than we ever imagined.
Authenticity allows us to feel comfortable in our own bodies, confident in our beliefs and decisions, and ready to walk through life in our purpose. We are all able to accomplish this by raising our awareness and listening to what we truly need.
Today we will talk all about methods and means to overcome the urge to adapt our personalities to fit in and live an authentic life. We give tips and tricks, as well as steps to take to help unwind some of the lifetime of conditioning. As always this is a process and it is an ongoing experience. Tune in to hear our discussion on authenticity and how we can connect our inner and outer worlds.
GO BOLDLY HOMEWORK
- Resiliency is like building muscle, this week we are going to practice. Take one or two skills that build resiliency and add them to your week.
- Share with your accountability what you tried and how it worked.
- Let us know how you had some resiliency into our life on our socials. Tune in here or anywhere you regularly listen to podcasts. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate, and comment while you’re there!