3 Ways to Be a More Resilient Person | LNE Consulting

Resiliency is a trait that is often overlooked in the business world. Some people assume that just because you are talented or have leadership skills that your career will be a chain of successes. But any venture is sure to be full of pitfalls; there will be ups and downs, but the important thing through those hard times is that you bounce back.


LNE Consulting (Hollywood, FL) tries to help our team members develop the resiliency to make it in the sometimes harsh business world. Often, success is all about pushing through the valley and climbing up the mountain to get to the peak. Courtesy of LNE Consulting, we put together some tips and tricks that are sure to make you into a more resilient person. Happy reading!

  1. Focus on the positive. A sour interaction with a customer or negative feedback from your manager can feel like it’s the end of the world. Just remember that you can use criticism constructively and that tomorrow will be a brand new day. If you go into work with a big smile on your face and a plan for the day to be great, it is more likely that little set-backs will be less bothersome. Stay focused on the good that you can do and the value that you can bring to the table.
  2. Be confident in your own work. There will always be those who manage to get more recognition or seem to excel in things you’re not quite as comfortable in—but if you are working your hardest and take pride in the work that you do, never fear, you will be noticed and likely commended for remaining confident and dependable.
  3. Accept that even the most resilient people need help. No matter your field, it can be really hard to stand on your own without seeking out support. Mentors and connections will be one of your most valuable tools. Not only will they provide you with advice, more resources and other points of view, but they can prove to be loyal and worthwhile connections that might just push you from being better to being your very best.

LNE Consulting hopes this list will prove helpful and inspiring!


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