Becoming More Resilient with Vered Kogan
“Our outer world is a reflection of our inner world.”
Today, Vered joins me to talk about resilience. She shares practical tips for resilience and explains why we resemble batteries. She notes that, when your battery is depleted, you can’t be at your best. She shares her practical tips for keeping your battery full and stopping leaks.
She notes that any change involves grief, emphasizes the power of labeling how you feel, talks about the four domains of resilience, explains the meaning and importance of coherence, and guides us through a Quick Coherence Technique.
This Week on The Mindset Zone:
- Vered’s definition of resilience
- Practical tips for resilience
- Why we resemble batteries
- Practical tips for keeping your inner battery full, and how to stop a leak
- The power of labeling how you feel
- The four domains of resilience
- The meaning of coherence
- The Quick Coherence Technique
Vered Kogan is a leading mindset and resilience expert with expertise in helping individuals and teams release the mental and emotional obstacles that prevent them from adapting effectively to change. She is an Executive Coach accredited by the International Coach Federation and holds numerous other professional credentials, such as being a trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy®, and HeartMath, as well as being a certified practitioner of other leading modalities such as Rapid Transformational Therapy®, Psych-K®, and Havening® Techniques. Vered is the Founder and CEO of the Momentum Institute, a global training and coaching organization specializing in helping leaders and teams successfully navigate change. Her firm offers a variety of programs and courses on topics such as Mindset, Resilience, and Change Management to help you and your team thrive in an increasingly complex world.
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