It’s time now to prepare for the future by building on what you’ve learned. How can you ensure that you remember the most helpful parts, address any problems or obstacles you’ve still got to overcome, and anticipate any potential future setbacks? Pause to consider what advice you’d give someone else who was nearing the end of this training, to help ensure they continued to benefit…
The pages that follow contain some strategies derived from ancient Stoicism, combined with some very generic principles used in modern behavioural skills training. In particular, we’re going to be looking at the ancient Stoic resilience-building technique called premeditation of adversity (praemeditatio malorum).
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