Whatever happens, I am confident that I will follow through. I am convinced that I am equipped with all the necessary tools to overcome any obstacles that may arise. I instantly remind myself that I am resilient and resourceful if I ever doubt my ability to handle a crisis. These are just some of the things inside the mind of a survivor and resourceful individual.
The inner dialogue you speak defines your outcomes.
Think about how resourceful you would be if you said the following when you were facing problems and hoping to win in the end…
I think that being resilient and creative are more than just ideas. I am a great example of all of these qualities. After all, I’ve been through hard times before and I’m still alive and well.
When I think about my life, I stop to think about the many ways I answer the many questions that come up. I am very aware that some of the decisions I make every day take courage and strength. I always praise myself when I should. This makes me even more aware of myself and stronger.
When confronted with a new task, I consider what resources might be available to aid me. Not only do I look to my friends and family, but also to myself. Then, armed with the instruments at my disposal, I act decisively and courageously.
If I am dissatisfied with the outcome of a situation, I tell myself that I can get through it effectively, as I usually do. Each day, I am presented with a fresh opportunity to display my resiliency and adaptability.
Today, I am certain that I am capable of overcoming any obstacle that may emerge. I feel confident in my ability to be resilient and resourceful. I exhibit courage and strength in all I do.
Questions for Self-Reflection:
- How do I exhibit resilience and resourcefulness?
- In which circumstances would it be advantageous for me to demonstrate increased courage?
- What tools are accessible to me that I am not currently using or am using infrequently?