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Resilience Breakthrough

Four Sources

The message of the Resilience Breakthrough centers around four sources of resilience, which help individuals press on and thrive during difficult circumstances at home or in the workplace. These sources are:

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Relational Resilience

When a person applies this resilience source, their greatest motivation to make good decisions, put more effort into life, and not give up is the knowledge that others depend on them. Strength is drawn from the emotional support of friends, family members, deceased loved ones, or even a stranger who smiles your way. 
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Street (Identity) Resilience

When a person applies this resilience source, they understand how to take the pain of disrespect, social inequality, discrimination, and other challenges to their identity and use it as fuel to propel them forward and be resilient. Anger and hurt are directed toward a cause worth fighting for, not toward individuals. 
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Resource Resilience

When a person applies this resilience source, they recognize that resilience can be increased by accessing internal resources, external resources, and potential resources they may not even possess yet. Resource Resilience means maximizing time, talents, mindsets, abilities, relationships, money, community networks, physical assets, and personality traits. 
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Rock Bottom Resilience

When a person applies this resilience source, they believe even at their lowest point in their ability to change their circumstances, combat hopelessness, and fight on. They understand that losing in the past does not equal losing in the future. 

 Which Source are you strongest in? 

                 TAKE THE SELF-ASSESSMENT  

 

 

In addition to these sources, two bonus principles of resilience are applied in trainings: 

Emotional Fuel, or “The Battery”

Both positive and negative emotions can be used as fuel to increase a person’s resilience – you just have to know the fuel is there and how to access it. 

Flipping the Switch

A person who flips the switch understands how to stop for a moment, realize that pain can be turned into power, and move forward, committed to being resilient. Someone who flips the switch recognizes that they have the power to see their challenges differently and convert anger into fuel to be better. 

 

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PROVO, UT 84604, USA

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