Campaigners are often confronted with very dynamic situations; insufficient information, surprises, unexpected resistance, the challenge to plan when you actually can’t. Being resilient is not only a way to survive the daily speed at work but also to keep or find your balance so that your decision making is not negatively impacted by stress.
While the first reaction might be the most authentic one, sometimes it takes a mental shift, a different perspective, or even space away from the problem to arrive at the best solution.
Take a few moments to ask yourself these 10 questions to build emotional resilience.
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They say, he can find a third way when others can see only two.