Resilience is the ability to adapt in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, or significant sources of stress – such as family and relationship problems, financial difficulty, workplace stress… and our current global pandemic.
It’s ‘bouncing back’ from difficult experiences.
And, resilience isn’t something that we either have or don’t have. As one of the competencies of Emotional and Social Intelligence, it’s a skill that can be learned, practiced, and mastered. It involves behaviours, thoughts and actions that can be developed in anyone.
Being resilient doesn’t mean not experiencing difficulty or distress, it means being able to apply learning from those challenges to become more resilient.
Self reflection, self observation, and self‑awareness are important aspects of building resilience. So, by understanding our view of life through the lens of colour, Insights Discovery provides the foundation for moving from ‘knowing’ to ‘doing’.