What would you describe as fuel for resilience? What rejuvenates you and gives you energy? In contrast, what depletes you? Are you currently full or trying to run on empty?
This session builds on the regular habits for resilience that we focused on last time. This time we will explore activities and attitudes that fill us up with motivation to get back into the ring, that help to keep us flexible and able to recover quickly after times of great pressure. This will include your own personal actions but also some tried and proven activities.
Pressure can come from at least three different sources – firstly, unpredictable natural disasters, secondly, personal challenges or thirdly, living in an oppressive system. Often we don’t know that a time of pressure is looming. It can build up surreptitiously, like water that warms up slowly, or it can strike like unexpected lightning. Some people experience pressure from all areas at the same time. If we are running on empty when pressure hits, it will make it more difficult for us to recover with resilience. So let’s make filling up fuel for resilience a way of life and not an afterthought.
This is one of the sessions in our offering “Training resilience”. More details here. We will be developing our resilience every second Wednesday from 22 June onwards at 19:30 – 20:45 online. Every session will focus on a different aspect that affects our resilience at a cost of R100. As a result, you can decide what you need and when and whether you would like another session. Take the time to apply your learnings, implement change and control the amount of new information you expose yourself to. Every month our offering may change slightly. Do check in regularly to see what’s been adjusted.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place by 16:00 on 1 August 2023.