Building Reservoirs of Emotional Strength
Intentionally building our resilience helps to equip us to handle anything that may come. It gives us the internal and emotional strength we need to respond with our highest capacity and create the greatest, most positive change.
Coming back from a long weekend we should feel energized, rested, and ready for the week ahead.
But, all too often, we come back from a break or vacation and seem to feel more sluggish and slow than ever.
Why is it that even with time off or a long night’s sleep, we still have a chronic lack of energy?
Using humor at work has significant physical and mental health benefits and can improve camaraderie and trust within teams.
Many people think they can’t bring humor into the office and others simply say they don’t know how.
Learn key benefits of using humor at work:
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We hope you were able take time over the weekend to do a few things off of your “bucket list” and fill your emotional reservoirs – helping to increase your personal resilience.
Here’s a refresh on three tools for building resilience from Triannual I –
At Triannual I, Jennifer taught on the importance of building a resilience routine to help us fill our personal reervoirs of emotional strength to sustain us during challenging times.
She referenced The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod, a book that emphasizes the power of preserving the first hour of the day to what makes you stronger, more peaceful, and more resilient to face the day.