Resilient (In a Nutshell)
- Cope with tough times; able to rise above adversity.
- A person/organisation that continues showing optimum endeavour and application during tough times.
- In any endeavour in life the challenge isn’t to pursue the inconceivable, but to rise above the ignorance, injustice and hypocrisy within society. Expectation has no ceiling. Therefore, it’s imperative to set lofty goals in order to maximise a person/organizations potential.
- Nothing is perfect; every situation requires someone or something to be resilient.
Why being Resilient can be a Positive
- It’s a person that is calm, relaxed and immune to detrimental repercussions that tough times and negative external forces can bring.
- From adversity comes strength.
- They are generally people/organization that are patient and can cope with tough times.
- The type of person that realises you can only control certain aspects of life.
- It’s someone that’s adaptable to cope with pretty much anything life throws at them.
Why being Too Resilient can be a Negative
- Resist change; whether it be a job, relationship, friends and financially.
- People tolerate adversity too much, when alterations or tweaks are essential.
- It prevents a person from reaching their optimum level.
- It can ensure that negative people are a constant in your life.
Resilient (Final Thoughts)
- Being resilient allows someone or something the strength of character to have a go.
- Adaptability is essential and timing is extremely important.
- Having the capability to deal with setbacks along the way.
- Pursuing goals that may seem insurmountable or be perceived in that manner by internal and/or external forces.
- A person that isn’t scared to take risks.
- It is imperative, but needs to be applied in appropriate circumstances.
- “Quitting is leading too.” Who could argue with the great Nelson Mandela!