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Jun 13, 2017 | Blog

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Developing emotional and physical resilience are key qualities for a happy life.

Would you like some help to start? Try completing the sentences below.

 

In order to improve my mood I will focus on …………….

Each morning I will express appreciation for …… and will tell …………. about this.

To help my body detox I am going to drink ……. glasses of water each day.

To help my body to recover I will ………. (read inspirational words, meditate, take a short walk, listen to relaxing music) for ……… minutes each day.

To become more mindful of my language I will pay attention to the effect of my words when interacting with ……………. (my staff, in meetings, with my family)

To improve my physical resilience I will …………………

I will start this ……………………….

When I think about my future I want to achieve ……….

The person who challenges me the most in the work place is ………. and in future I will build my resilience by finding something to be positive about in each interaction.

 

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