Are You Resilient? These 5 Rituals Can Let You Know.

Are You Resilient? These 5 Rituals Can Let You Know.
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It's an unfortunate part of like that you can't control what happens to you. The only thing you can control is your reaction. Some people experience a failure, setback, or conflict, and are able to bounce right back into action, while others may need more time to get back out there.

What's the difference in mindset between the two? How can you become an authentically resilient person who makes mistakes, learns from them, and moves on to bigger and better things? Read on to find out.

1. Having a hold on affective forecasting

Harvard professor Dan Gilbert has researched affective forecasting, which is how badly you predict you'll feel after any given event. Turns out we usually expect the worst, but the reality of the bad things is often that they're not that bad. If you're able to understand that even the worst-case scenario coming to fruition isn't an end-all, you'll be able to anticipate being more resilient. 

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