What happens when things don’t go as planned. When the unexpected, or the unpredictable happens… “The Bounce Factor is that measure of innate resilience in each of us. It influences how easily we rebound from a given...
“The Bounce Factor is that measure of innate resilience in each of us. It influences how easily we rebound from a given circumstance. And the more I dug into this idea, the more I saw that understanding the four components of the Bounce Factor—, how they shape your mindset, condition your behavior, and influence your take on the world—, could give anyone a more multifaceted, holistic view of themselves themself and their resilience.
This is what makes the Bounce Factor different. It’s personal, but it’s nonjudgmental. It’s not an assessment of your worth, or even your capability, nor is it a one-size-fits-all prescription to strive for a uniform standard of “good” behavior. It’s a tool to explore your subconscious self and how you’re subject to both internal and external influences. In my work as an educator, trainer, and coach; , in my life as a perpetual, ever-evolving, work-in-progress person; and, in my day-to-day as a mom raising two kids to be their best selves, I’ve seen firsthand that our stories, circumstances, and identities matter—and not in the ways people tend to assume.
Of course, just having aknowing your Bounce Factor doesn’t mean you’re not literally going to bounce back like a super ball. You’re human, not rubber, after all. But you are going to absorb the energy of the thing that’s just slammed into you. And then you’re going to channel that momentum to move. To bounce back to where you were.
But And bouncing back can be just the beginning”