Free Yourself From Resentment

Free Yourself From Resentment

By Jenny Campbell|March 10, 2021

Resentment is a perception of unfairness – you’re not getting the help, appreciation, consideration, affection, reward, or praise you deserve. This sense of unfairness, together with an innate anger, combine to give the root of resentment. It is also an amplification process of three steps:– there is the trigger for anger.– there is an amplification of that anger because of the unfairness of the situation.– the universalising of that situation…

Resentment Halt

Resentment Halt

By Jenny Campbell|March 3, 2021

Here are some typical symptoms of resentment. Which ones are yours? Confusion – Why don’t others get it? Why don’t they understand and appreciate what you have achieved? Inner self-talk battle – half of you is angry that you didn’t say what you felt, the other half is feeling selfish or ashamed. Short-temperedness – You pick a fight because you are not getting what you need. Switching attention to others’…

Feeling Stale

Feeling Stale

By Jenny Campbell|January 13, 2021

The word that is with me right now is stale. I can feel it, my clients feel it, you may feel it. It seems that whilst the world is very unstable and uncertain, many feel stale in what they are doing day to day. Here’s what the standard advice can include: If you’re in a stale relationship, either spice it up (find common interests or get stuck into proper conversation…

How resilience coaching makes the difference

How resilience coaching makes the difference

By Jenny Campbell|July 13, 2020

What is the difference between resilience and normal executive coaching? Two main things: Being able to be aware of the client’s resilience defines very clearly their capacity for change. That means it can help you as the coach set expectations for yourself and the client. Given whatever start point the client has, knowing the key things for their resilience needs, for that exact start point, helps sift through the masses of…

Resilience Quotes

Resilience Quotes

By Jenny Campbell|February 5, 2020

These are the elements in this quote by Corey Keyes: high levels of emotional well-being happy and satisfied have purpose feel a degree of mastery accept all parts of themselves sense of personal growth sense of autonomy internal locus of control choose fate in life instead of being a victim of fate Go through each one. Rate how much you have this in your life using a scale of 1-10…

The Power of Inspiration

The Power of Inspiration

By Jenny Campbell|September 10, 2018

Ever find with your clients that their inspiration has dissipated somehow? Hidden because of the busyness of their world? What about your own inspiration? Can you get hold of it quickly whenever you need that extra oomph in your day? The power of inspiration is phenomenal. And being able to get hold of it – whenever,wherever – is also phenomenal, and part of a personal resilience toolkit. People often seek…

Unselfish Reasons to Have Boundaries

Unselfish Reasons to Have Boundaries

By Jenny Campbell|June 8, 2018

Among those ten unselfish reasons to have healthy boundaries, which ones attract you most? This tool is taken from the Resilient Manager Toolkit, one of the blended learning guides and toolkits that the Resilience Engine has developed to put our ten years of resilience research in the hands of those who need it. To learn more about how the Resilience Engine can help your organisation, get in contact directly via…

Fire Fighting?

Fire Fighting?

By Jenny Campbell|May 11, 2018

Resilience is your capacity for change. ‘I think there’s a danger that we get caught up very much in the fire fighting. When we don’t have enough resilience to be able to stand back from something and put it in perspective’. Participant of a Resilience Engine programme Highly resilient people seek different perspectives all the time, so they don’t get trapped by any patterned ways of thinking, doing, or being.…

‘No’ is your friend

‘No’ is your friend

By Jenny Campbell|February 14, 2018

    Saying no is good for your resilience. If you pay specific attention to your energy, get perspective and pace yourself well, your Adaptive Capacity increases. And that’s the fuel in the tank of your Resilience Engine. This means that your capacity for change increases – as well as your wellbeing and performance. Nice one!   To do this you need to be able to say ‘No’ well, appropriately,…

Media Round Up – December 2017

Media Round Up – December 2017

By Jenny Campbell|December 16, 2017

A very Happy New Year from the Resilience Engine team! Some great articles that we’ve curated throughout December. Feel free to share!   What are UK universities’ mental health services like? Are they doing enough? by Izzy Bilton [Read the article] Opinion by Mike Blake: Why your wellbeing initiatives might be in need of a revamp [Read the article] Are we burning ourselves out in the pursuit of happiness? by Tom Calvard [Read the…