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Truly happy and successful people share a common trait: resilience. Not only do they know how to rebound from setbacks, they are strengthened by challenges, gaining the emotional toughness to persevere, whether facing a professional crisis, a personal tragedy—or just an ordinary bad day. The good news is that with the right tools, you can train yourself to be resilient—and become happier, healthier, and more successful.
In 21 Days to Resilience Dr. Zelana Montmimy gives you a practical, concrete toolkit to develop your capacity to recover quickly. Each day of her powerful program, Dr. Montmimy introduces a key concept necessary to improve resiliency and enhance wellbeing—such as courage, focus, positivity, self-care, and social support—then provides three quick skills to accomplish. Throughout the book, she teaches you lifelong skills you can continue to practice and return to as needed to keep your resiliency muscles strong.
Combining science, real-life anecdotes, exercises, and insights from practical experience, 21 Days to Resilience provides the foundation for happiness and shows you how to achieve it—how to bounce back from any disappointment, hurdle, or misfortune--for the rest of your life.
|Title||:||21 Days to Resilience: How to Transcend the Daily Grind, Deal with the Tough Stuff, and Discover Your Strongest Self|
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June 03, 2017
I feel like I have to give a self-help book five stars if I put even a few of the tips into practice. Full of practical ideas to make daily life simpler, and all centered around the idea of resilience, which is a construct I love. I listened to this on audio, and it is another one I will definite...
February 16, 2018
I love the practicality of this book as Montminy serves as a personal resilience trainer. And since life constantly requires training, (and resilience) her writings should always be on the back burner, so to say. Close at hand so one can easily take a hold of the wisdom Montminy shares.
I can’t w...
January 11, 2018
Grāmata, kas saliek pa plauktiņiem gudrības, kas ikdienas steigā aizmirsušās. Iesaku tiešām lasīt katru dienu pa vienai nodaļai uz izpildīt uzdevumus- tad var just kā šīs zināmās lietas iespējams izmantot. Patika, viegli lasāma.
October 29, 2017
Easy to read and good information on research around resilience. The exercises are a good way to start the day and get you thinking about what's important in your life
August 11, 2016
Good to read works like this. Find them inspiring. Studies indicate that it takes 21 days of consistent behavior to change a habit. This is the underlying premise of the book's title. The author provides thoughtful ideas about living a mindful compassionate life filled with positivism and gratitu...
June 30, 2016
(I received this book as a Goodreads giveaway.)
(It always feels awkward until I proclaim that fact in my reviews...)
This would be a great guide for someone who is disciplined enough to follow it through for 21 days. After I read it and thought about it, perhaps even 21 WEEKS would be even better!...
August 05, 2016
I won this book through Goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review.
It took me longer than 21 days to read this book, just because I needed more time to think about some of the topics. I didn't actually do the exercises completely, but plan to go back through and do them as needed. Overa...
March 28, 2016
This is a good choice for readers who are looking for brief informational passages with clearly defined exercises and questions to answer. I liked how each chapter was laid out, and that Dr. Montminy offered concrete suggestions (down to time of day) of how to accomplish each building block for r...
March 14, 2017
I liked the book. The information covered on how to be a resilient person was good information, but nothing in it drew me to implement the Morning, Day, Night and Lifetime To Dos. Honestly making the book bigger, and formatting it differently to be able to find the tips easily might make a differ...