Building Resilience is Paramount to Surviving in Times of CrisisCrisis Kit
Being brave isn’t the absence of fear. Being brave is having that fear but finding a way through itBear Grylls
Coaching Yourself CALM
If you are in any type of leadership position, you are going to face tumultuous times in your personal life, and within your company or organization.
It’s never a matter of if but rather when.
Anxiety, fear, hoarding, and chaos should not define you; the leader. You are the person who will be a difference-maker and lead the way with rock-solid composure, solutions, and confidence.
The tumultuous times are here but they don’t have to be devastating; you can make a positive impact in the world today by how you choose to face this current time of disorder.
In the blog I share 3 things resilient people don’t do in times of crisis and chaos.
Reduce Anxiety and Stress
Building resilience is paramount to surviving in times of crisis; however, we cannot neglect practicing healthy self-care including anti-stress and anti-anxiety exercises.
Rita is a Performance Improvement Coach. Her mission is simple; she helps entrepreneurs, achievers, and leaders make positive changes in their behavior. She empowers her clients so they are more in control of their present which in turn gives them a greater sense of self-confidence. She creates a safe environment for them and builds on their values, passions and strengths so that they can achieve their personal and professional goals.
Rita helps her clients:
• Embrace their true potential
• Change their limiting beliefs/thoughts
• Create Purpose
• Live Empowered, Confident, and Successful Lives