The Covid-19 pandemic is, without doubt, the biggest challenge the world has encountered in this century and arguably the biggest since the Second World War. As the year 2020 draws to a close with mixed news — positive on the vaccine development front only to be offset by reports of a new, powerful strand of the novel coronavirus emerging — the world will have to soldier on in a long battle ahead.

Given the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the need for resilience has never been greater. Resilience is the ability to “sustain and recover quickly from difficult, uncertain scenarios.” However, amid chaos, fear, uncertainty, and often insufficient resources, the call to be resilient” may feel like an impractical demand, especially if you view resilience as something one either has or does not have.

Source: DZone