Resilience Masterclass: Build a Refugee Mindset for Survival

The Resilience Mindset - Survival Tips for the Worst Time of Your Life - For Refugees & Those Who Want Survival Skills
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Resilience
Practice Skills
Learning
Commitment
Challenge
Plan B
Courage
Growth Mindset
Get Prepared for Success
Make Good Loyal Friends
Optimistic and Positivity
Research
English
Technology
Online Business
Marketing
Communication
Cooking
Money Management
Meditation
Appreciation
And So Much More

Requirements

  • No Previous Experience Necessary!
  • Willingness to Learn :)
  • Be Curious

Description

Resilience Masterclass: Build a Refuge Mindset for Survival to Thrival

The Resilience Mindset- Survival Tips for the Worst Time of Your Life - For Refugees & Those Who Want Survival Skills

Refugees are persons who are outside their country of origin for reasons of feared persecution, conflict, generalized violence, or other circumstances that have seriously disturbed public order and, as a result, require international protection. This is what I experience. I will help you to prepare and get ready mentally and physically to travel and be a successful refugee.

Everyone likes to live where they want. But sometimes life has another plan for you that can be to your goodness or badness. If you are prepared for the worse so you can get the good one. Don't worry I believe you can make it. You will succeed and survive and thrive for the worse time of your life.


By taking this Resilience Masterclass: Build a Refugee Mindset for Survival you will be able to:

  • Build the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness

  • Learn practice skills to be resilient and survive

  • Get ready to win all crises, losses, money, sickness, break-up…

  • Will become creative, practice, live better, more success

  • Will learn about my life before becoming a refugee: education, work, and teach design and in the crisis and after

  • Learning new skills and knowledge

  • Have a plan b for your life

  • Make a commitment

  • Learn to research

  • Build growth mindset

  • Focus on things you can manage:

    Mission, goals, purpose, thinking, behavior, decision, believe, habits, plans, time, feeling, communication, you, a little bit to people

  • Try to challenge yourself

  • Learn English if it’s not your native language

  • Learn technology

  • Create an online business

  • Show some courage to pursue what you want might be fearful

  • Look and have loyal friends

  • Get ready to be a great asset for anything you aim for example to become a refugee

  • Optimistic and positivity

  • Learn communication skills

  • Cook for the survival day

  • Financial knowledge

  • Mediate for healing

  • Change your words change your life

  • Appreciate what you have now

  • ...



So don't hesitate anymore,

Join us now to make new experiences with Resilience Masterclass: Build a Refugee Mindset for Survival to Thrival today!

Who this course is for:

  • Everyone

Instructor

BestSelling Course Creator - Media Trainer - Educator
JM Ekhteyari
  • 4.3 Instructor Rating
  • 3,423 Reviews
  • 219,540 Students
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In 2016, It was a beautiful sunny day. My friend and I were walking around our school. It was the spring season. We had fresh air around us. Each breath made us energized, happy, and alive. The birds were everywhere. They were making beautiful sounds. It was one of our best days ever in school.

My friend and I were young enough around 16-17 years old. He was always in the tech world. He was using the latest versions of every tech stuff. But you know what? It was Afghanistan. The oldest tech stuff is the latest. ;) For example, at that time the Internet was new with 2G speed and we were excited about it. We were buying 50MBs for Facebook use for around $1. There was no touch screen computer or smartphone. It is a Nokia 3110. LOL. I was in the tech world too. I was working as a student in my brother's Computer workshop. I was good at software stuff. I spent my young life there in workshops. Computers and laptops were always an inspiration to me. That's why I still follow what I use. I was able to fix any error in computer software. I was known as an engineer. ;)

Well, that was my and my friend's little intro where we began life in school. We were always in education. Back to where we were, we were walking. Suddenly, he stops walking and asks me with so much curiosity. "JM what do you want to do in the future for a living?"

I said, "For a living, I want to provide one or many online services for people and earn without going to them. All from home."

My friend didn't say anything. But he thought I was an idiot. Well in Afghanistan online stuff was impossible.


In 12 grade I started to do what I wanted. Provide services, solve people's problems, and earn money. I found out that if you provide value to the people, they will come and use your services. I started with Facebook trying to teach public speaking. I was trying hard to teach people how to speak well. But I failed at it. No one bought my products. My family and friends were joking about me. "I am helping you to speak well but I don't know how to." That was what people were saying.


One thing, I was good at teaching computers and helped a lot, even during failure times. Over many failures, I finally found out to work on myself and learn things that no one is willing to learn. This was odd. I went crazy about personal development, improvements, English, computers...


The only thing I was doing those years was falling, falling, and falling. And of course, I was learning. Finally, I started creating English products. I did the right thing that time. English was my superpower, that was why I started teaching it. In the meantime, I was teaching Computer software too.

It worked. Lots of success and lots of happy customers. problem solved. Mission accomplished. :)


Then I got more happy customers, more promotion, collaboration, getting more jobs...

Education + experiences = Success. Of Course, it takes a lot of time and patience.

Now I am happy to teach here. Let me know if you can not choose the right course. :)

Happy learning,

JM