A Perspective On Resiliency and Kindness
“The finest gift you can give anyone is encouragement.
Yet, almost no one gets the encouragement they need to grow to their full potential.
If everyone received the encouragement they need to grow,
the genius in most everyone would blossom
and the world would produce abundance beyond our wildest dreams.”
Far too many of us are feeling isolated, overly-challenged and highly stressed. There is a lot on our plates, especially now with the pandemic, workplace challenges, financial strains, and for those of us here in Canada, the looming winter season.
We know that stress-related health problems improve after performing acts of kindness. They can positively impact the feelings of depression, they meet the need for social contact, and they can decrease the feelings of hostility and isolation that can cause additional stress.
Beverly’s Hot Tip Building Resiliency and Celebrating World Kindness Week:
Find that one person in your life who really needs to hear your words of encouragement. Step outside of yourself and let them hear those most valuable words. Help them to feel connected. Click to tweet
Help enhance the feelings of joyfulness and reduce the unhealthy sense of isolation by reaching out to someone in need.
Being kind to another doesn’t have to cost anything other than the energy to think of something, but the rewards can be immense.
Let little acts of kindness strengthen your resiliency and mental health.
Contact Beverly about hosting a workshop for your team in building your resiliency through kindness and hope. Learn strategies to encourage an engaging working environment!
If you have some strategies to share – comment on this posting!