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Resilience – Ambushed By Your Thinking Style? Part 1

April 21, 2010 by  
Filed under Belief, Resilience, Success Factors

Thinking styles are the ways in which we generally process information. Our brains cannot assimilate and play back all of the sensory information we take in at any point in time, so we often simplify things so we can process them more quickly. These styles can affect our ability to be resilient if we don’t recognize them in time, and know how to deal with the subsequent mental processes and emotions.

Resiliency – Where Do You Come From?

Resiliency requires us to think both causally as well as giving thought to the implications of our beliefs. The truth is that most of us have a pattern to our thinking, and identification of that pattern is helpful in determining what we can do to become more resilient.