Make connections

Take time to build good relationships with others - at work, at home and beyond - which helps increase emotional strength

See crises for what they are

Challenges rather than insumountable problems. You can't change what's happened, but you can control how you respond to it

Accept change

Surrender yourself to the fact that change is part of life and that previous goals may no longer be attainable as a result of adverse factors beyond your control

Take action

Do something to achieve goals

Be decisive

Don't avoid facing adversity, but confront problems head on and take decisive action to improve  the situation and ensure it doesn't happen again

Better yourself

Be active in finding ways to improve yourself and find reasons to have a strong sense of self-worth

Develop an ego

Take the time to find reasons why you are important and focus energy on developing confidence

Keep things in perspective

Never make mountains out of molehills and try to view even mountains from a different perspective - they look tiny from the moon

Be hopeful

Find the optimistic outlook for even the most devastating event, and learn to see what you want, rather than worrying about what you fear

Take care of yourself

Keep yourself healthy and fit and maintain a positive frame of mind



Source: IRIS consulting