0 Intro part 2

1st you will take your resilience assessment, 20 questions which assess you in 4 functional resilience domains so we can calculate your current resilience score.

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Final step is the full Resilience Assessment. This is a series of 20 questions which assess 4 functional domains of resilience and mental wellbeing and allows you to identify your resilience type. We recommend  re-taking the Assessment every 3 - 6 months to see what has changed.

I get easily irritated by small things or problems
I have negative thinking and/or negative self talk
I have decreased desire for socializing and/or doing things I used to enjoy
I experience low moods
I experience a sense of joy in daily life
I feel physically fatigued and/or depleted of energy
I wake up feeling tired even after 8 hrs of sleep
I experience mental fatigue
I feel more energized after I exercise or get active
I have an abundance of energy all day without afternoon energy crashes
I have problems focusing or concentrating and/or experience brainfog
I forget things/misplace things/lose track of what I'm doing
I have difficulty making decisions and/or tend to procrastinate or put things off
I find it hard to stay organized and/or stick to a routine
I feel sharp and clear headed
I experience physical sensations such as racing heartbeat, chest tightness, sweaty palms / armpits or tension in my body when I’m not exercising
I experience anxiety, nervousness, feeling mentally 'wound up' and/or a feeling of stress 'overwhelm'
I have trouble falling asleep
I find it hard to mentally relax and/or shut off constant thoughts
I feel calm and at peace in my body and mind

And the final step is selecting your reference value date, default is today. We will use your default scores from this date (today) to compare your progress over the coming weeks and months.

Now we will take your resilience pulse, the foundation of the RM approach. short questions which you can take quickly any time to calculate your R Score.

how is your mood?