I’m Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits.
Once you’ve found a way to become consistently resilient, it’s important to help others be more resilient, because these other resilient individuals can help you build your profitable practice. Are you a resilient person? Are you able to face challenges and not be afraid to do what it takes to solve them? If so, you are a prime candidate to help others do the same. People are capable of being resilient. However, for one reason or another, they are not. This lack of resilience can prevent them from facing life’s challenges. They will find themselves constantly struggling to stay ahead.
As a resilient person, you can guide others to become more resilient. Helping in this way is rewarding, but not without its challenges. When you find someone who is not resilient, you have to try to discover why. Get this person to talk about their lives. Unless you are a trained counselor, however, keep this activity at a high level. Don’t try to pry too much. You can only do so much to help people. They need to take action.
If there was a time that you were not as resilient as you are now, try to relate to that experience. Think back to what was holding you back, and use that as a guide. Also, try to remember how you overcame the problem. Your solutions can be the action steps you present to the people you are helping.
Learning how to be more resilient usually requires changes within. But this doesn’t happen overnight. So, you will need to be patient. It may never happen, and you need to accept that. Not everyone deals with change the same. Some people cannot handle change at all, which means you won’t be able to help them. It’s sad, but there’s not much you can do about it. Simply let them know you’re available when they are ready, and leave it at that.
Help people accomplish small victories. The victories may be small, but they can set the stage for more challenging tasks later. Instead of trying to tackle something large and difficult, let them tackle something easy. When they see that the effort required wasn’t as bad as they thought, they may be ready for bigger challenges later. It’s okay to keep presenting the smaller ones until they get comfortable. Then you can increase the difficulty of the challenges.
When you have helped a few people, you may decide to turn the activity into a business. Many coaching businesses start this way. Of course, if you are just doing it because of the satisfaction of helping others, this is noble as well. It is something that can make you feel good about yourself.
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