Bouncing back

Our ability to bounce back from life’s setbacks is mostly determined by 3P’s:

Personalization- this is the tendency of blaming oneself for something negative that happens. Getting over the bump of personalization can help you not only to recover but thrive.

Pervasiveness-this is the tendency to feel that everything is awful. So much negative energy that makes one focus on faults. In order to bounce back, there is need to focus on ones blessings/gifts/abilities/achievements.

Permanence- the feeling that the sad moments will last indefinitely. Learning to accept ones feelings but recognize that they will not last forever and smile about it is a tool to bouncing back.

Author: Wanjiru Kaburu

By definition, I am self- driven, reliable, assiduous, committed, keen, inspiring, creative and a strategic thinker. I am zealous in influencing action and bringing about transformation and impact. I possess strategic management knowledge and skills, brand management skills, organization skills, writing and communication skills, cognitive skills and I am a person of integrity. I have been involved in various ways officially and unofficially as a strategic management and change agent. I am a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree holder and currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration (Strategic Management Option) degree. I am not actively involved in the technical aspects of Information Technology but the knowledge gained through the degree helps me understand the Information Communication and Technology (ICT) concept and champion technology for change. I am also an outstanding content developer. I look to use my interest and passion in corporate image management and strategic management in changing the view and perspective of things, corporations and individuals for sustainable change. Every day to me is an opportunity to learn, grow and influence action.

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