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Living Core Values is key

21 Day Covid Challenge

Living our core values

Values are defined as the standards of behavior or one’s judgment of what is important in life. For example, if a personal value is integrity, then, not only does he strive for honesty; he also strives for doing the right thing even if no one knows, lives a life wherein there is congruence with what he says, feels, and thinks. Those whose lives are consistent with their core values experience a deep sense of happiness, enjoyment, and often are not as affected by life challenges such as loss of income or reduced employment status.

Complete the statement:
I ________________________________(name) aim to live my top 5 values, (choose from the list above) __________________________________. I will do this consistently to affect positive change in my life and to bring joy in the lives of those whom I love.

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Keep Your Head in the Game: Focus on the Right Stuff

Covid -19 resilience: Focus on the right stuff

Focus on the right stuff

Well-being is the sense of being comfortable, healthy, happy. It includes high life satisfaction, sense of purpose, and the ability to handle stress well. Our well-being increases when we focus our time and talents on attaining the right stuff. Rather than looking to make more money, get a better job, or acquiring new things, our well-being increases when we have ample amount of time for all the things we love to do, we focus on what we have at the moment, we engage in giving, and we work towards forming relationships.

Reflection Question:
Are we spending our time worrying about our jobs, money, focusing on things we cannot have?
How have those times added to your life?
What are you willing to adjust to becoming happier?

Reflection in Action:
Do an act of gratitude towards someone who cannot repay you. Reflect on it in your daily prayer.

You can view the full video here: https://www.facebook.com/bonnie.david1/videos/10158221320380902/

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Abundance Thinking and Resilience

Abundance Thinking

There are 6 ways to make you come out on top when the pandemic eases:
(1) focus on what you have –be grateful for the resources you already have;
(2) master skills and create new solutions to
current problems;
(3) look for the good –train yourself to look for the good in situations;
(4) surround yourself with positive people;
(5) recognize that every situation has unlimited possibilities.
You can expand your awareness by slotting in a quiet and peaceful time within your day;
(6) do things that make you happy. Whether it is cooking, doing a craft, or reading, allow yourself that leisure and then share its benefits with others.

Reflection Question:
Which thoughts have hindered you from enjoying this gift of time and family? Are you willing to let
them go and turn towards abundant thinking?

Reflection in Action:
Look for at least 5 good things today and use meditation time to reflect on them and be grateful for
them

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Live with Loving Intentions

Covid-19 ECQ Challenge: Living with Loving Intentions

Loving intentions can influence the health of another. Praying for someone who is sick, may help them get better. There are studies that show how prayer transmits energy and/or positive mental suggestions from one person to another. When we have positive intentions for another, we also free our minds from worry, resentfulness, and preoccupation with negativity. We replace them with peace, joy, confidence, and creativity.

Reflection Question:
Have you been engaging social and envying those who seem to have cushy surroundings and yummy meals? What would happen if you blessed their situation and then became thankful for what you also have?

Reflection in Action:
Pray for a friend and wish them solace

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The Importance of Focusing on What You Can Control —surviving the ECQ

Cover-19 ECQ Resilience Challenge: Locus of Control

Internal Locus of Control

The degree by which we believe we have great control over the events that affect our lives. When we believe we create our success and happiness, we become motivated to take action and improve our life situations. Being in control of our lives makes us less likely to experience anxiety, stress — less victims to life’s circumstances.

Some action words associated with Internal locus of control are: personal power, inner strength, personal control over situations

Reflection Question:
In the Wuhan-Virus experience, there are many things that we cannot control. And, there are equally many things that are within our power to control. Which parts of your life are you exerting control over in a positive way?

Reflection in Action:
What new action can you do today that showcases your leadership in your life?

Watch the Video here: https://www.facebook.com/bonnie.david1/videos/10158207281355902/

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Thinking ‘We’ during pandemic situations

Day 3 of the ’21 day Resilience Challenge

Think ‘We’ instead of ‘I’ during pandemics and emergencies

In a case of looking at just your own survival (ie. ‘I will go our only if I know I do not have the virus’) will be counterproductive to the majority because whilst we may feel well, the most vulnerable —kids, infirmed, old) is at the risk of infection. When our thought is ‘we will survive’, we automatically seek solutions that protect the community because the loss of 1 is a loss to all

Reflection Question:
We have a moral obligation to avoid imposing risks on others. Within your own sphere of influence, how have you created a safe harbor at home (through acts of kindness and understanding for example) that will motivate your family members to stay home?

Reflection in Action:
What new action can you do today to serve at least 1 friend or neighbor?

Watch the Video here:

https://www.facebook.com/bonnie.david1/videos/10158211143960902/

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Initiatives for Staying Safe During Covid-19, a psychological perspective

Guesting with UST Medical Technology Group to suggest positive ways of coping

It has been close to 2 months since the ECQ and mental health issues abound. In this video, I guest with the UST Medical Technology group to discuss coping mechanisms effective for stemming anxiety, stress as well as providing insights on how to remain resilient at such a trying time. Watch the video here

Kalinga: Dealing with Mental Issues During a Pandemic

Today's video interview will be about the impact of mass media and social media on psychological attitudes and behaviors towards the COVID-19 pandemic with Ms. Suzanne Marie D. Roxas, MBM, RPsy, PhD (c). Learn more about mental health and ways to cope with it during times like this by watching our video down below!If you have any questions or queries, don't hesitate to reach out to Ms. Roxas at suzy@talktosuzyroxas.com or visit her website at http://talktosuzyroxas.com/ to learn more.

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Mental health in time of Covid-19

the discussion on this episode is the effect of collective anxiety to situations such as depression which may come with giving birth. With the current environment, it is challenging to diagnose mental health issues because of the elevate stress brought on by unusual times.
If you are feeling down, stressed, anxious over a disproportionate amount of time, seek help from a health professional. Do not self-diagnose. Watch the full episode here.

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Tinig Marino TV guesting To assist OFWs with Mental health concerns

21 Day Resilience Challenge: Internal Locus of control

Coach Bonnie Factor and I providing support during the Wuhan Virus Pandemic. This is day 2, Locus of control

Internal Locus of Control

The degree by which we believe we have great control over the events that affect our lives. When we believe we create our success and happiness, we become motivated to take action and improve our life situations. Being in control of our lives makes us less likely to experience anxiety, stress — less victims to life’s circumstances.

Some action words associated with Internal locus of control are: personal power, inner strength, personal control over situations

Reflection Question:
In the Wuhan-Virus experience, there are many things that we cannot control. And, there are equally many things that are within our power to control. Which parts of your life are you exerting control over in a positive way?

See the whole video here

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The New Normal

Webinar with Legal, Human Resources, Remote workforce Teams to discuss the ‘new normal’

There are many legal implications that cover-19 brings to workforce management: what laws govern the new working codes and company policies. There are also many issues on mental health that need to be addressed, given the work-from-home as many workers are beginning to feel the stress and anxiety of working longer hours and without team members readily reachable. In this webinar, i provide insight on what CEOs and the management teams can expect from their employees. And, I provide leadership insights that generates better team engagement.

Watch the full video here

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