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The Resilience Diagnostic is a self-assessment that consists of 60 statements, each of which relate to individual areas across the Resilience Model. Your report allows you to look at your levels of assets and liabilities across this model and to cultivate awareness and self-knowledge. By following the suggestions available in The Resilience Institute programs, coaching sessions and via our Resources page, you may develop skills and mastery to build your resilience by eliminating suffering and liberating your potential.
Firstly it can be most useful to look at the assets (the top half of your report); this is what you have to work with. In resilience we try not to focus too much on the down side but look to build on your assets. This is the ability to master stress, energise body, engage emotion, train the mind and bring your life into action. Your aim is score green across all levels of assets.
Then we can look at where in your life you are incurring frictions; where the strain is happening in the area of liabilities (the bottom half of your report). It can be quite normal to have some red and some yellow in the bottom half of your report as you move through different challenges in your life; however you don’t want to stay in these areas for too long; ideally you want to move them into green as soon as possible.
The Resilience Ratio gives a sense of how your assets line up to your liabilities. Resilience is not about being all good, it’s about making sure you have enough assets to balance and maintain your altitude when things get tough. Ideally you are looking to move this to at least 2.5:1; two assets to each liability, so you have some pressure and challenge but your assets counter the strain.
If you are already at 3:1, don’t stop. There is more joy to be had in this world, the more you build your assets and the more you reduce your liabilities. If your ratio is less than 1:1 this is a good prompt to check in with a health care professional.
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