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Asking other people for help communicates that you trust them and believe that you willbenefit from their guidance and support.oBuild strong relationshipsoUse positive and effective communicationoDevelop empathyoBe willing to ask for helpoSupport othersSkills to Increase ResilienceYou should now understand the core competencies to increase your resilience, but do you knowhow to increase these competencies? In the following section, you will learn about the 14 skillsthat have been identified to help you increase your resiliency competencies. Remember, you canbe more effective with each skill, but it will require practice.1. Goal SettingWhat is the skill?Goal Setting is a process to deliberately energize, direct, and sustain your ownbehavior to ensure progress.When do I use it?Use Goal Setting when you want to establish a plan to achieve success.How do I use it?Execute the seven steps in the Goal Setting Process: Define your dream. Knowwhere you are right now. Decide what you need to develop. Make a plan for steady improvement.Pursue regular action. Commit yourself completely. Continually monitor your progress.2. Hunt the Good StuffWhat is the skill?Hunt the Good Stuff is used to notice positive experiences to enhanceoptimism, gratitude, and other positive emotions.When do I use it?Hunt the Good Stuff on a regular basis in order to counteract the NegativityBias.How do I use it?Write down three positive experiences from the day and write a reflection aboutwhy the good thing happened, what the good thing means to you, what you can do to enablemore of the good thing, and/or what ways you or others contributed to the good thing.
Flexibility and Resilience|Page 9 of 13CESFOUNDATION COURSE3. Activating Event - Thoughts - Consequences (ATC)What is the skill?ATC is a method to identify your Thoughts about an Activating Event and theConsequences of those Thoughts. Our Thoughts are under our control.When do I use it?Use ATC anytime you’re curious about your Emotions or Reactions, when youdon’t like your Emotions or Reactions, or when you’re stuck in a pattern and wearing one set ofglasses.How do I use it?Describe the Activating Event objectively, identify your Thoughts, and identifyyour Consequences (ER: Emotions, Reactions).4. Energy ManagementWhat is the skill?Effectively utilizing, sustaining, and restoring energy to thrive under extremestress.When do I use it?On a daily basis, and before, during, and after performance situations.How do I use it?Breathe slowly and deeply, direct your focus to one mental target, andincorporate feelings of gratitude and appreciation.5. Avoid Thinking TrapsWhat is the skill?Thinking Traps are common patterns in thinking that prevent a person fromseeing a situation accurately. Avoid Thinking Traps is a skill for identifying and correctingcounterproductive patterns in thinking through the use of Mental Cues and Critical Questions.

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