Are you the type that needs to always be in control? Do you avoid trying new things because you're scared of failing? Or, because you're just flat-out terrified of change? And if you do muster up the courage to leap, how resilient are you when it...
Are you the type that needs to always be in control? Do you avoid trying new things because you're scared of failing? Or, because you're just flat-out terrified of change? And if you do muster up the courage to leap, how resilient are you when it doesn't turn out as planned?
I used to believe that resiliency was about being rigid and tough. Now, I think it's the opposite; it's about being flexible and in flow. But, in order to develop that type of agility, you need to expose yourself to a *little* stress. Good stress. The type of stress that makes you exit your comfort and stretch in new ways you didn't know were possible, little by little, every single day.
In this episode, I'm giving you 8 simple ways to expose yourself to good stress that will help you build resiliency. These are easy hacks that anyone can integrate into their life starting now. Come on, Brave Table fam, let's meet our edge, create a little more "bounciness" in our being, and strengthen our emotional six packs so we can handle anything that comes our way!
Here’s just a taste of what we get into…
- How modern-day convenience is making us complacent
- Stepping out of your comfort zone
- Being vulnerable and facing rejection
- Embracing the duality of your emotions
- Small ways to challenge yourself every day
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Don’t forget to take my super fun and quick Bounce Factor quiz to determine your audacious resiliency during tough and intense life moments at bouncefactorquiz.com.
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