Congratulations on completing the Radical Resilience program. You have covered:

  • The concept of resilience and radical resilience.
  • Mastering stress.
  • Mindfulness practice.
  • Embracing change.
  • Adversity intelligence.

Take some time now to review the self-assessments you have completed and responses to the Refection exercises.

Formulating a specific plan is a great way to make sure you can now go and implement the things you have learned during this program. Consider using the following resources:

A planning template from the Canadian Mental Health Service.

A resilience planning template Building Resilience by Tatiana Kolovou.

A final reflection on resilience.

Here are some questions to reflect on to help you build a resilient mindset. Resilience is the ability to navigate and recover from adversity with awareness, intention, and skill. Resilience develops naturally through healthy connections to others, balanced self-care, and an open, engaged mind:

1. Connect to your purpose and meaning in life
2. Use your unique strengths
3. Maintain perspective
4. Generate positive feelings
5. Be realistically optimistic
6. Persevere by being open minded and flexible
7. Reach out to others

  • What can I do to make myself more aware of my own thinking and emotions?
  • What was going on for me when XX was happening?
  • What did I want to happen today?
  • What went well?
  • What did not go the way it was intended?
  • What did I learn?
  • What will I do differently next time?
  • What do I need to let go of in order to move on?