There’s no escaping stress. But for those who can pinpoint the source of their problems and turn everyday challenges into opportunities for growth, things are easier. They possess self-confidence, an optimistic outlook and the emotional flexibility to welcome change. They have peace of mind. Their less-resilient friends may look and them and wonder, “How do they do it?’
Getting there is possible for everyone. Research has proven that resilience is not an innate quality; it can be learned. Now, a new peer-reviewed study has validated that not only is meQuilibrium’s online resilience training the most flexible, personalized and cost efficient way to build resilience, it is also highly effective.
The study, published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, tracked 600 people using meQuilbrium’s online resilience program and has clinically validated that progress is predictable no matter a person’s generation or gender.
Every extra hour an individual spends interacting with the program creates a dosing effect that results in direct, measurable improvement. After the first hour of training, each additional hour boosted resilience scores by 1.3 percent. After five hours, their gains hit double digits.
“Every hour counts, and when you commit to the program you can see changes of ten percent or more,” said behavioral scientist Brad Smith, PhD, the principal researcher on the study.