Ritual of Resilience

A Ritual of Resilience

Entrepreneurs often go at it alone because they think that if they have a support system, they aren’t capable or courageous enough.

The reality is:

when you’re on your entrepreneur journey, you need to be courageous enough to ask for help.

It takes a lot of courage to ask for support.

That’s the first ritual of being resilient.

The first step to resilience is realizing you need help.

Practice asking for help.

You need to know what your strengths are — your support system (coaches can mentors) can help you discover your strengths.

You need to know what your limitations are — your support system can help you discover your limitations and show you a path to overcoming them.

If you’re having challenges with productivity, you can join my Let’s Do It accountability group that I have (every other) Tuesday at 2 PM on zoom.

Entrepreneurs join the call, and write down what they’re working on for the next hour. I play calming music, and we hold a space for productivity while holding each other accountable.

If one of your limitations is occasional procrastination – join me and fellow entrepreneurs and get $ht done!

Email me for more info!

How do you practice resilience?

Start by asking for help!

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The nearer a man comes to a calm mind, the closer he is to strength. — Marcus Aurelius
No Mud, No Lotus

One of my favorite books on resilience:

No Mud, No Lotus: The Art of Transforming Suffering

Resilience by Linda Graham

My friend Linda Graham wrote this book — a helpful guide to bouncing back from disappointments, difficulty, and even disaster.

Resilience: Powerful Practices for Bouncing Back from Disappointment, Difficulty, and Even Disaster

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