Podcast #171 – Marc Interviews Steven J. Stein and Paul T. Bartone, Authors of Hardiness: Making Stress Work for You to Achieve Your Life Goals
I was approached several months ago about interviewing Steven and Paul regarding their book Hardiness: Making Stress Work for You to Achieve Your Life Goals. I was fascinated by the book and shared the following review from one of my Career Pivot Community members – Hardiness: Making Stress Work for You to Achieve Your Life Goals [Book Review].
I think you will find this topic is especially relevant during the current CoronaVirus pandemic.
Here are their bios:
Steven J. Stein, PhD is a clinical psychologist and the founder and executive chair of Multi-Health Systems (MHS), a leading assessment and behavior analytics company. He is a former chair of the Psychology Foundation of Canada, former president of the Ontario Psychological Association, former assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and former adjunct course director in the Psychology Department at York University. He teaches at the Directors College of Canada, a university-accredited corporate director education program. He is a fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association. His work has been featured in numerous newspapers, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, webinars, and magazines. He shares information on emotional intelligence and hardiness with audiences around the world.
Paul T. Bartone, COL (Ret) is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute for National Security Policy, National Defense University. Over his 25-year career in the U.S. Army, Bartone served as Commander of the U.S. Army Medical Research Unit-Europe; he also taught leadership and psychology at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces and at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, where he was Director of the Leader Development Research Center. As the Army’s senior research psychologist, he served as Research Psychology Consultant to the Surgeon General and as Assistant Corps Chief for Medical Allied Sciences. A Fulbright scholar, Bartone is past-President of the American Psychological Association’s Society for Military Psychology, a charter member of the Association for Psychological Science, and a life member and Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Psychology and Human Development from the University of Chicago.
Now on to the podcast…
What is hardiness?
It is a mindset or a way of looking at the world that is more resilient in dealing with stress.
It is composed of challenge, control, and commitment.
It is all about being open to change. It is a quality that occurs at any age. It is the ability to adapt and change as things unfold.
It is about knowing what you can and cannot control.
It is about being engaged in life and having purpose and goals. You want to wake up and have something to look forward to.
Every day you should have at least one goal.
Can We Become Hardier?
Hardiness can increase when you overcome challenges.
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