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Revive and Survive

Revive and Survive
Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Anne Clews

The first few weeks of the summer holidays always takes me by surprise.

As it sinks in, I notice a reduction in the usual rush hour traffic and daily phone calls, and the endless emails are reduced to a trickle.

This change of pace should be a welcome change from the chaos leading up to the summer break.

However, the slow down of tempo can be a cause of stress for some.  Projects grind to a halt, “out of office” replies keep you waiting 2 weeks for a response, and those who like a busy diary, find the sudden lack of activity unnerving.

But this provides valuable time to recharge our inner battery and build resilience so we can cope and perform to our maximum when the activity starts over again in September.  Of course, it’s easier said than done.

There are 4 primary Domains of Resilience which you can focus on to ensure you are prepared to return in the autumn with renewed vigor and energy.

The 4 domains have been defined as: -

Mental Resilience– Your attention span and ability to sustain focus.  Being able to think rationally and logically

Physical Resilience – Your physical fitness.  Taking care of your nutrition.  Allowing time for rest and recovery

Emotional Resilience - Having a positive outlook.  The ability to self-regulate emotions. Being calm and focused

Spiritual Resilience – Having commitment to your own values.  The ability to show empathy and tolerance of others’ beliefs.

Some people are naturally more resilient in one domain than in another. 


Take time over the next few weeks to assess your own personal resilience. Which domain has the biggest drain on your inner resources and needs attention?

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