Another Resilience Tip

Home/Resilience, Writing/Another Resilience Tip
  • Alberta Department of Public Health Morality Poster - circa 1925

This is part 25 in the series: RESILIENCE

Another Resilience Tip

Develop a moral compass and unbreakable beliefs. That’s the commitment thing from Kobasa and Maddi’s theory on Hardiness.

It’s having a purpose in life.

If you’re going to weasel out on your moral decisions, then you’re probably not going to be resilient. People with unbreakable beliefs – people who have a strong moral code, who know what they are all about – tend to be resilient.

Those who are following the herd – doing what everybody else is doing – tend to fall apart.

I train leaders to examine their presuppositions. Until they examine their bedrock beliefs, they are likely to be swayed by current fads of thinking and/or social pressure.

Photo credit: Morality Poster circa 1925 – flickr

Entrepreneur Radio: Sandler Training Hour Interview

Sign up to receive Roger’s 2 Cents via email

By |October 25th, 2018|Categories: Resilience, Writing|