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Cope better with whatever is thrown at you.

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Cope better with whatever is thrown at you.

Course Outcome

  • To bounce back rapidly from knocks
  • How to make attainable plans
  • How to to use humour and optimism
  • About the benefit of acts of kindness


Cope better with whatever is thrown at you.

Course Outline

Key Components of Resilience

  • Managing Strong Feelings and Impulses
  • Rather than letting failure deplete our resolve, what would happen if we were able to bounce back stronger and more determined to achieve our goals?

  • Seeing Failure as Feedback
  • This film takes a closer look at 'seeing failure as feedback'.

  • Utilising Optimism and Humor
  • Allowing ourselves to laugh is a powerful aid to resiliency and can help break negative thought patterns.

  • Making and Executing Attainable Plans
  • Rather than being consumed by all the things that have gone wrong, focusing on small steps and achieving them can be a powerful tool.

Reflecting and Strategising

  • Reflecting and Strategising Overview
  • This video contains an exercise around resilience; you may want to have a pen and paper handy.

The Power of Choice

  • Positivity Ratio
  • Changing our thinking patterns can alter our emotional patterns. And when it comes to resilience, recognising our emotional patterns is key.

  • Acts of Kindness
  • Numerous studies suggest that people who engage in acts of kindness, whether it be giving, receiving or witnessing these acts, experience increased serotonin production.

  • Relationships
  • Knowing who to turn to as we move through challenging times can be one of the most important resources we have.

  • Refining our Reactions
  • Being able to successfully leverage challenges as opportunities to grow and learn, contributes greatly to one’s resilience.

  • Mental and Physical Health
  • Another component of a strong level of resiliency is the capacity to take care of ourselves, even when things go badly.


  • Actions
  • Phil Daniels a professor of psychology at Brigham Young University is credited with devising a process called Start-Stop-Keep that asks some valuable questions.

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