NewsDue to the success of the Resilience Alphabet blog released by us in March to support personal resilience during this time, we have just launched the Resilience Alphabet for Kids with support from Aberdeen City and Education Scotland.
Quote of the WeekMay your choices reflect your Hopes, not your Fears.
Question to Ponder
What action have you taken today to build your personal resilience, team resilience and organisational resilience?
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Have you ever lived close enough to a baby to track the many achievements required in simply learning to talk, from these first one syllable sounds, testing out the musical range of babbling, through learning the word ‘no’, to telling … Continue reading
If I live to be 100 and look back on my life, one of my moments of wonder will be sitting alone on Kaikoura beach at 5.30am in the morning waiting for the sun to rise. I left the campsite … Continue reading
A couple of days ago I looked out my two Passports (of the electronic kind) to look at the photos stored on them, some of which go back to 1979! As we’ve looked at them some have made us laugh, … Continue reading
It’s easy to get caught up in the humdrum of daily life where we simply move from one task to the next in an unrelenting effort to get everything done. Today in terms of personal resilience I want to encourage … Continue reading
In terms of personal resilience one of the best things we can do from a wellbeing point of view is be open about (1) how we are today, (2) what we are feeling, and (3) what our hopes are for … Continue reading
One of the keys to personal resilience is the ability to know when to say No! A long time ago I was asked a question: “What is your ‘Yes’ worth if you never say ‘No’?” It is, and always has … Continue reading
M is an easy letter to find words for when we think about personal resilience. I’ve chosen Move. It’s such a simple thing to do even when our movements are restricted. Here are some ideas: 1. Create a standing desk … Continue reading
Sometimes we simply need to rebalance the priorities of our life and let some things go. The alternative is an ever increasing activity load which over time reduces us to exhaustion. Perhaps today would be a good day to take … Continue reading
One of the hashtags I use is #bekindtoyoutoo. I’m reminded of a quote by the Dalai Lama: “Be kind whenever possible, it is always possible.” Today, the action is simple… Find a way today to be kind to someone else, … Continue reading