How resilient are you?

Resilience is a skill that many people and industries should be looking out for more. While most companies are dealing with the current global changes, downsizing, and becoming more resistant, you must be resilient. Ensure that you are getting ahead and understanding the various scope of cultural change.

A friend recently told me that a big company in Lagos is currently courting him for a dream job at a dream salary. He’s the type of person that understands his companies challenges and offers solutions. This skill of his keeps him in demand, in season, and out of season.

What skill do you possess that keeps you in demand?

Despite the weaker economy, there a few people who are fielding multiple job offers.

You might ask, “what are these people doing right than others?

It’s simple. These people have made resilience part of their powerful personal brand.

What is your brand signature? Do you quit at the first challenge you encounter?
Are you willing to go where the opportunities are?

We undo ourselves by impatience. You don’t have to feel trapped by your circumstances or while you’re waiting. Keep pushing. Be resilient to your strength, not your weaknesses.

Value makes you stand out. Be known for getting things done and going the extra mile to be excellent with whatsoever your hands find to do.

Never underestimate the power of resilience. In the face of difficult challenges, always remember that- “The long-distance in the world is 8 inches from the head to the heart.”

Manage your career like a business. Be proactive and keep learning.
Keep your life drama-free, think differently and ensure you keep an eye on the bottom line at all times.

Be resilient and don’t let change intimidate you.

Blessings and Love ❤️

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Whitney Edna Ibe is the Executive Consultant, Life & Mental Health Coach, and Writer/ Editor at Whitney Edna Ibe Consult (Blog),, The Social Talks,, and Mental Wellness Society International. She is in charge of consultations, services, and implementation.

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