Happy Friday folks,
BBC IDEAS (in partnership with the Open University) released this video a few days ago and I wanted to share it. I’ve watched it a number of times now and take something new from it each time.
A lot of my Coaching work with clients focuses on developing resilience - this focus has never been more relevant.
Research shows that we can teach people to be more resilient - it's an 'ordinary magic' we can all develop. Copy and Click on the link to gain some powerful messages and simple take-aways.
💡Understanding that tough things happen to everyone in life
💡The importance of tuning into the good and being careful what you choose to focus on (avoiding too much of the negativity vibe)
💡Asking ourselves - Is my way of thinking/acting helping or harming?
💡Being authentic and honest when we feel vulnerable
💡The importance of strong relationships, teams and communities when building resilience https://www.bbc.co.uk/ideas/videos/a-tale-of-resilience-how-i-survived-a-horrific-los/p08lls3f