by David Berrocal
September 11, 2021
from DGenerator Website



If you want to learn

how to be resilient

then read this article

very carefully...

Being resilient is an ability that we all have, but some of us need more help than others.

Resilient: able to be happy, successful, etc. again after something difficult or bad has happened.

Cambridge Dictionary


Resilience is the ability to handle change and adversity, even when we feel it coming, with grace and dignity...

Those who are more resilient tend to view change and adversity as opportunities rather than threats...


It is easier for them to handle a situation, and their emotions respond well to that.


Below are some tips on how to be resilient.

The first thing you should do if you find yourself in a difficult situation or facing a challenge is to try to bounce back as best as you can. It takes many people many years to really understand what it means to bounce back, and it also takes the time to truly understand how to be resilient.

In your mind, it always seems like failure and bounce backs are almost one and the same thing.


For instance,

when I am up against a very challenging challenge, I know that I can bounce back no matter what happens.


I remember that even when I was down and out and struggling with my business, I still believed that I could bounce back and turn things around for myself and my business.

Being resilient is also about,

knowing when to take a break from challenges.

Some people believe that when they are down, they should just stop going to work, or they should just quit their job.


However, these people are not real resilient, because they do not know how to be resilient in the face of challenges.


When you face challenges in your everyday life, you have to know how to handle them. You cannot let them stop you from working hard, or you will find yourself miserable.

Another important component of resilience is,

having a positive self-talk.

Having a positive self-talk is a key element in being able to handle trauma effectively.


If you are not employing positive self-talk in your every day life, then you will find it very difficult to deal with the trauma that life may bring upon you.

One of the best pieces of advice on how to be resilient in tough times is to,

understand that all things are possible...

Even when things are not working out the way that you would want them to, you should not give up on dreams and goals.

There is always a chance for success, and if you find that you still have great dreams, you will survive.

One of the most successful people I know makes it their key principle to always have dreams and goals.

It is very important for us to have the right mental toughness to continue to believe that we can and will overcome any obstacle. The problem is that some people will try to talk you out of being resilient, because,

they will say that you are weak if you are going to rely on your own self-talk.

They will say that if you depend on your own self-talk to get through the bad times, then you might just be a weak person.

However, it is important to note the fact that resilience is an important quality to posses, regardless of whether it comes from your parents, your loved ones or from your own personal strength.

The biggest thing that helps us to stay resilient despite adversity is,

our ability to be honest with ourselves...

When adversity strikes, our first impulse may be to run away from it.


This is a choice that many people make, but it is a decision that is not always the best one. When it comes to being resilient, honesty is a big key.


When we choose to lie to ourselves about something that has happened, it only makes us vulnerable to further deception from other people.

The ability to remain true to yourself is the number one trait that will help you become resilient during adversity. In the face of adversity, you should always remember that the sooner the better, and the harder the better.


Just remember to keep your head above water by telling yourself that life isn't over because of what has happened, and that even if things look bad for now, there is always a light at the end of the tunnel.


That is how to be resilient my friend...