Here’s how we will do it.
One: Complete the Survey
First, go into this link and complete the survey. It may look familiar as some of you have done the workshop or gone through some of the questions on the Steadfast Training Website. There are some demographic questions, then a few questions about stressors and then 50 statements that you agree or disagree with. It’s anonymous and I won’t be tracing individual responses- this is just to get some idea of how resilient we all are right now.
Two: Read the blog
Next, I’ll be blogging over the next 10 weeks about 10 areas that have been shown to be important to being resilient. I would love it to be really in-depth and full of long descriptions about the studies that inform each area, but I think it’s more important to get the point across and to keep it simple. Some of these areas should look familiar to those of you who have been following me for a while, but I believe there’s enough new stuff out there to keep it interesting.
The first blog will be out on Sunday 23rd June 2013, then I’ll keep it up for the next 10 Sundays. I'll let you know through Facebook, Tweet or Newsletter.
Three: Commit to doing an exercise. And then DO IT.
Your job is to commit to choosing one of the exercises. This commitment means that you need to do it, no matter what barriers arise during the week. Once you’ve started, you’ll probably find it easier to do and, by the end of the 10 weeks, you should have a few new, good resilience habits underway.
Four: Do the final survey and let me know how you went!
It’s that easy. So, go in and do the survey (you could do it anytime over the next week), give me your feedback and comments and enjoy!