There are lots of other people, just like you, determined to put their wellbeing and the things that are important to them first too.
I offer face to face workshops and classes that cover the 5 key areas of everyday resilience to help support you to develop the skills and knowledge you require to remain well and in control of your life and wellbeing.
The 5 area's of everyday resilience are ...
- Maintain a Positive mindset
- Boost your confidence
- Stay in control
- Find your moral compass
- Building your tower of support
MAINTAIN A POSITIVE MIND-SET
This is about having or developing a positive and encouraging mind-set that enables you to approach challenges with an optimistic attitude and enables you to remain confident, calm and motivated.
Having a mind-set that focuses on solutions to problems as opposed to dwelling on problems has a great impact upon your outlook and wellbeing, especially when experiencing pressures or difficulties in life. Nobody likes the 3am worries!
BOOST YOUR CONFIDENCE
Believing in yourself and your ability to do well is essential if you are to feel good about yourself and succeed even when challenged by difficulties.
How we view and speak about ourselves has a great impact upon how we interact with others and succeed in life.
STAY IN CONTROL
Being aware and able to identify yours and other people’s emotions is a game changer. It enables you to be able to manage and negotiate how you want to react to situations and people.
This has a great impact not only on your relationships with others but on your overall wellbeing when dealing with life’s difficulties.
FIND YOUR MORAL COMPASS
Being aware of what is important to you and knowing the direction of which you wish to take in life.
Developing this area enables you to stay on track and focus more on what is important, enabling you to see beyond a current difficulty.
BUILDING YOUR TOWER OF SUPPORT
This is very much about being aware of your limitations or needs and getting support to meet them, supporting others with their needs and carrying out what I call ‘healthy selfishness’ – looking after you first and then giving to others.
This key element of everyday resilience supports you to support yourself and others to be better equipped for all that life throws at you
Learning how to get unstuck, boost your confidence and take control of your wellbeing on your own can sometimes feel HARD! Especially when you’re trying to stay strong and function within the actual situation you’re trying to improve.
That’s why all my workshops come with accompanying after-workshop support. That way you get all the support you require – keeping you motivated and on track to achieve the positive change you desire.
If you’re ready to get unstuck, boost your wellbeing and make positive change within your life take a look at my upcoming workshops & classes below.
The training was useful for me as it’s shown me strategies to help me manage situations that I find can panic me or even wind me up. Also it’s helped me reflect on the way I think through and refer to situations and I’m hoping that I won’t slip into any of the ‘traps’ we discussed continue reading
Developing Personal Resilience Workshop (July 2016)
Primary School Teacher
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