Summary of Micro-Resilience

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A former Olympic athlete who competed while wearing an artificial leg, Bonnie St. John understands how critical it is to build endurance and handle pressure. She and her husband and co-author, Allen P. Haines, help busy professionals develop “micro-resilience” – the ability to make small daily shifts in routines that lead to better habits that can last a lifetime. In this useful guide, you’ll learn to manage stress through their “five frameworks”: “Refocus your brain, reset your primitive alarms, reframe your attitude, refresh your body” and “renew your spirit.” The authors discuss specific, detailed methods in each area and include examples of people who’ve used these techniques successfully. getAbstract recommends this readable manual to executives, managers, teachers and anyone who deals with extensive levels of stress.

In this book, you will learn

  • How small daily life changes can build your “micro-resilience,”
  • How “five frameworks” can help you make those shifts and
  • What micro-resilience can do for you.
 

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