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Why Are Your People Thinking of Leaving? How to Be More Resilient!
Chances are, the achievements that you hold dearest are the ones that you worked hardest for - the ones that required you to show resilience.

Whether you're working toward a goal or managing a project, you can learn how to cope when things go wrong with our articles Developing Resilience and Building Self-Confidence.

Another part of being resilient is knowing how to thrive when "the heat is on," and you can find out more about this in our article, Coping Under Pressure.

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A Final Note

How you react to challenges or pressure depends as much on your mindset as on the circumstances themselves. A key part of developing resilience is adopting a positive outlook. If your goal or dream is truly important to you, you will overcome!

Next week, learn how to discern between valid arguments and false premises, and watch our video to discover how to boost your powers of observation.

Have a great week!

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