5 Distinctive traits of Highly Resilient People
Resilient people don’t blame others or external forces for their problems. They have a strong sense of personal responsibility, which allows them to tackle problems head on and take ownership of what’s happening. Personal accountability is a choice, a mindset and an expression of integrity.
When you’re self-aware, you’re able to address crises and challenges much more effectively — by responding to them with clarity, as opposed to simply reacting. Resilient people practice mindfulness and self-awareness because if you’re going to navigate stormy seas, you’ve got to really know who you are and trust yourself.
Resilient people have a mental list (perhaps even a physical list) of good habits that support their mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. Resilience isn’t just about enduring hardship, resilient people understand that you’ve got to prepare for it too.
Strong Problem-Solving Skills
When a crisis emerges, resilient people are able to spot the solution that will lead to a safe outcome. They are able to calmly and rationally look at the problem and envision a successful solution.
They Lead From Within
Resilient people reach their highest potential by taking risks that are consistent with their ethos and purpose. They lead themselves by constantly standing on an uncomfortable ledge.
“Resilience may be an art, the ultimate art of living “At the heart of resilience is a belief in oneself — yet also a belief in something larger than oneself. Resilient people do not let adversity define them. They find resilience by moving towards a goal beyond themselves, transcending pain and grief by perceiving bad times as a temporary state of affairs.”