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This program focuses on the reality of bounce back and that it takes planning, patience, practice and productivity. Each of these skills take attention and time to develop. You will hear what makes up each skill and resources to strengthening them. Planning is under rated. The time it takes to handle unexpected situations was done up front, so there is less to do in a pinch. Patience has so many facets, we start with self first. Practice is how we refine our skills – regardless of our industry and role. Productivity is the impact of our action.
Starting the conversation…
- Bounce back sounds like it is something fast, and it can be with the right skills.
- Bounce back is not easy. It is not instantaneous. It takes work. Work takes effort. It takes support. Support takes a network. It takes learning. Learning is lifelong.
Host: Jessica Dewell
What You Will Hear:
There isn’t much in our control. So why plan?
Article about fear from Mindful Magazine April 2016.
Range of feelings and how to use seeing, feeling, and being to decide how to show up.
Use past without making the past the model – it may not be right, right now.
Know what our network is – and how we are connected to people.
Know what help we might need and who we can ask. Develop relationships to have a village.
8 Pillars of Resilience from PersonalSafetyNets.com
Challenge assumptions and ask questions and have conversations to close holes.
Know limits. When there is no more to give and say it out loud.
Figure out what needs to be known.
Do the best we can do.
Take at least one breath before making each decision rapid fire decision.
Our outlook and how we show up matters.
Show gratitude and appreciation for what we have, especially during difficult situations.
There is no beauty to small to see.
7 Habits of Highly Successful People.
“If you are not making mistakes you are not doing anything; I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.“ – John Wooden
“I did my best,” is what we can do…always.
When we can’t control, we can influence (or know someone that can).
Be open changing the question.
Notable & Quotable
Jessica Dewell: What we choose to take responsibility for is how we create impact.
Jessica Dewell: Its at the beginning and the middle that we think about the end.
Jessica Dewell: Know what we know right now and challenge the past because it may not be relevant.
Jessica Dewell: The norm is not always right.
John Wooden: If you are not making mistakes you are not doing anything; I’m positive that a doer makes mistakes.
Jessica Dewell: If we don’t know what we want, it’s hard for someone to give us answers.”
Tags: tenacity, planning, patience, practice, productivity, learning, responsibility, impact, fear, awareness, connection, relationships, awareness, mindful, assumptions, gratitude, appreciation, accomplishment, influence