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Are You Resilient Personally and Professionally?

Published on 12/7/2017
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Resilience is the ability to work with adversity in such a way that one comes through it unharmed or even better for the experience. Resilience means facing life's difficulties with courage and patience ~ refusing to give up. It is the quality of character that allows a person or group of people to "rebound" from misfortune, hardships, and traumas (wisdom commons).

Your resilience is how you overcome what happens to you. It’s how quickly you bounce back after that hot candidate changed his mind right after he accepted the offer. It’s how you respond to losing a third of your business when your client contact gets fired. It’s how you respond to finding out that the star candidate whom you presented to your client six months ago just got hired by your client. . . through another recruiter in the northwest. So your client just tells you to ‘work out the fee’ with the other recruiter who didn’t even prep the candidate for an acceptable counteroffer, so any chance for a fee recovery or even a split just went out the window.

My gosh, what a tough business. Start looking at your failures as successes. Use your past catastrophes as your best educational resources for the future. When something goes wrong always ask "What could I learn from this situation? If I could be like Doctor Who, and go back in time, what would I have done differently?" Your team can even use the structured exercise to analyze how their reactions really determine their success regardless of industry or occupation. There is always an opportunity to learn from our journeys that will definitely be filled with twists and turns. Success is not achieved in a straight line or a weak mind. Be confident in your abilities, love what you do, and stay consistent.

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