How to Build Resilience

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CM LEARNING - HOW TO BUILD RESILIENCE - UNLOCKED PODCAST INTERVIEW (RICKY LOCKE)

This year has thrown SO much at us. So much so that you might be wondering how to build resilience for whatever comes next. Well, I might just have something that can help you with that...

Let’s just get it out there, this year has been A LOT. There’s so much talk about the up and down-ess that we’re all experiencing (that’s a technical term). So many of us are wondering how to build resilience so that we can get ourselves and those around us through.

If that sounds familiar, I have something that I hope can offer you some much needed support for you, and your resilience. I recently did a guest interview on this very topic on Ricky Locke’s fantastic ‘Unlocked’ podcast.

We talk about how to build resilience, staying more or less on topic to explore:

💪🏼 What resilience is and where it comes from (and specifically, where my resilience comes from in case you’ve ever wondered).

💪🏼 Why we need to control our actions and our responses to build resilience.

💪🏼 What choices you can make right now that can strengthen your resilience.

💪🏼 How change is always ongoing (and how in my humble opinion, it is *not* the new normal 🤬).

I hope you give it a listen and if you’re on Apple podcasts, a review would be amazing! You can find more about Ricky and his magical world here!

If you got anything from the podcast and would like to help keep me going with a nice cuppa (double espresso for me), that would be amazing.
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