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Resilience at Work by Deborah M. Khoshaba, Salvatore R. Maddi

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CHAPTER 6

PRACTICING YOUR ATTITUDES OF COMMITMENT, CONTROL, AND CHALLENGE

By now, you have a sense of how the attitudes of commitment, control, and challenge can help you to be resilient under stress. In this chapter, we’ll explain how you can deepen your own hardy attitudes. It’s always important to keep a hardy mindset, even in less stressful times. But, if stressful changes do come your way, they offer a great opportunity to test your courage and motivation to turn problems into advantage. Essentially, can you walk the talk?

STEP ONESTUDY PEOPLE YOU KNOW WHO ARE HIGH IN RESILIENCE

Begin by thinking about people you know who are high in the attitudes of commitment, control, and challenge, and who show resilience no matter what happens to them. ...

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