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Cultivating Resilience—it’s our title, and the goal for this podcast: to help our listeners develop mental resilience. But what is resilience? And how do you get it?
Over the course of this season, we’ve covered specific stressors and the skills that can help you manage and overcome them. But for our final episode, we’re zooming out and addressing resilience generally. Because strong people aren’t born, they’re made—which means you can learn and build resilience if you know what to practice.
On this episode, we've got three different stories of resilience for you, each highlighting multiple ways of developing your mental fortitude. You'll meet a military intelligence officer, a pumpkin with a past and Louise, the 600-pound pig. Through it all, we’ll talk about planning, adaptability, purpose and the characteristics that define a resilient person. And our guests, Matt & Stefanie Barfield (Chesterfield Heirlooms), Jeff Sale (Centurion Farm), Anne Devin (Chase Stream Farm) and Rhyne Cureton (@pork.rhyne) will share the strategies that helped them bounce back from the challenges life put in their way.
Join us for our final episode of the season, where we’ll share the roadmap to resilient living.
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