Sometimes I also get interviewed and share my experience on the journey from stress to resilience and how we can learn to navigate the changes ahead.
Want to know more then listen or read the interview I gave to Rodney Flowers an amazing individual who after single ill-fated tackle in a football left him a quadriplegic for 18 years (>>> read his story). Doctors told him it was highly unlikely that he’d ever walk again… but today Rodney is an international best-selling author, speaker, entrepreneur, transformational leader, CEO, resilience trainer and host of THE GAME CHANGER podcast
Our body and mind work hand in hand. When dealing with a stressful situation, we tend to lose ourselves by thinking too much that we end up doing the wrong thing. By being present and getting your body in condition, you can align your mind to that moment and feel freer to decide on the next step. Author of Futurize Yourself, Tom Meyers, talks about osteopath and its effects on not only the body but the mind and behavior as well. By keeping aware of your body first, you allow your mind to work well, which consequently affects your behavior. Most especially in today’s time where technology is propelling everything to happen fast, he proposes stress management as the best practice to cope with the change. He also shares his insights on resilience that allows one person to bounce back even after the many pressures coming in.
Find the complete transcript of the interview on