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Date and time: 3rd March at 19.00 GMT

You may not be able to control the demand and pressure in your life, but you can choose how you respond to it.

Do you ever struggle the demands and life and work? Mostly we manage well enough, but there are situations that push us towards the limits of our ability to cope, or beyond it when disaster or tragedy strike.

When faced with challenging situations we can fall prey to uncertainty and strong emotions. Becoming more resilient means that, even though we can’t avoid the events, we don’t have to lose our ability to function well because of them.

Resilience can be cultivated. It’s possible to strengthen yourself and your responses to demanding events. You can protect yourself against stress and discouragement and develop a real sense of mastery.

Sign up for this FREE one-hour webinar and you will understand how to build your resilience and reduce the impact of negative and demanding situations. The ability to ‘bounce back’ means you can be more consistent in what you do, and will protect you from the negative effects of stress and pressure.

Take a look at the full description by going to the Eventbrite page, or register even more quickly by clicking the this link.

 

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