Resilience

Resilience and How To Manage Your Energy

How do we successfully manage change?

Most people think the definition of resilience is the ability to bounce back from hardship. While this is certainly an important aspect of resilience, Adam Markel, resilience keynote speaker, believes that any singular definition ignores the complexity of this most crucial state of being. Yes, resilience enables you to bounce back from challenges … and end up even stronger. Being resilient makes you better able to effectively utilize change, create solutions, manage your energy and often, determine how situations will unfold in your life.

Resilience goes beyond bouncing back. It’s the ability to thrive – mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually – regardless of what may be happening in your environment.

– Adam Markel, Keynote Speaker

There are not many success stories that don’t involve healthy resilience. Cultivating your resilience is a skill in business and life that is truly game-changing. In fact, it is now recognized that more than intelligence and talent, resilience is the single most important trait required to succeed in today’s highly complex market.

“3-Whistle” Resilience Principles

Resilience is the ability to experience setbacks or failures and use them to create momentum. Through his experience working with individuals and businesses all around the globe, as well as his own research, Adam has discovered that the three most important traits of resilient people are the ability to:

Reframe, Recalculate and Recover.

 

1. Reframe

We strongly believe in the idea that our reality is based on our perception… and this is a wonderful thing, because that means we can change our perception to create new possibilities. By reframing a situation (aka – changing the way we look at something) we are more able to learn from it, grow and move forward. When we are willing to reframe something and look at it differently, our entire reality can change.

 

2. Recalculate

Just like the GPS on our phone, when we start moving in a direction that doesn’t suit us, it’s time to recalculate where we are headed. With each failure, challenge or experience, there’s always something we can learn if we are willing to look deeper than what’s on the surface. Part of that is mining our experience to look for the little gems – the lessons, the creative opportunities, no matter how big or small. Once we’ve identified the gems, it’s time to recalculate our path in that direction.

 

3. Recover

Recovery is critical to building resilience. How can we thrive when we’re functioning at, say, 70% capacity? Recharging our battery is required. And this doesn’t happen by accident. It’s a daily choice that we get to make. By choosing to make our recovery rituals a priority, giving ourselves permission for greater self-care and self-love… the more resilient we’ll be and the more space we’ll create for opportunities to arise. Take athletes – they don’t play game after game without some form of recovery. We are no different! It doesn’t matter if you’re a professional athlete, a mom or a corporate leader – we ALL need the time to relax, recover and recharge.

Resilience goes beyond bouncing back. It’s the ability to thrive – mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually – regardless of what may be happening in your environment.

– Adam Markel, Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speaking & Workshops on Resilience:

How Does Adam Like to Work

As a resilience keynote speaker and expert, Adam helps individuals and businesses embrace change, execute disruption and cultivate work cultures of greater unity and resilience. Whether through keynotes, online workshops, one-on-one training or mentorships (available via ZOOM as well), there are many ways that Adam and his team can help you create an environment where high performance is the norm.

Adam has years of experience delivering his messages and training virtually as well. Regardless of the location and size of your team, Adam can bring them together and provide them with the tools they need to succeed in today’s marketplace.

 

Create High Performance Leadership Like A Lifeguard

 

With 18 years as a trial attorney and 9 years as the CEO of a large training and development company, Adam Markel has much to share with audiences about leadership and resilience. However, his greatest and most enduring lessons came from the 7 years he spent as a lifeguard on the beach in Long Island.

In this high energy talk, Adam will share what he calls the “Resilient Leadership Model” to help create high performance results — where team members are mentally, emotionally, and physically bought into the same mission. 

 

Adam helps his audiences understand that resilience is a lot more than endurance and that leadership means more than simply being in charge. His heart-centered leadership techniques help organizations understand how to nurture their teams so they can outlast the competition and go the distance. Adam combines audience participation and powerful stories straight out of today’s headlines to share:

  • How transparency creates trust — the most critical element in developing a high performing team.
  • How to hold team members accountable from a place of love vs judgment.
  • A game-changing feedback system to encourage more authentic, fast and effective communication.
  • Systems that encourage healthy risk-taking and create a got-your-back culture vs, a watch-your-back culture.

 

Motivation In A Keynote Is Great. Tangible Tools & Takeaways Are Even Better

 

During his years as a transformational trainer in personal and business development, Adam learned the importance of the entire experience for the audience. Part of his Accelerated Learning approach is to provide attendees with anchors that reinforce key messages, as well as exercises that solidify takeaways and help participants integrate their learnings into real change they can take back to their teams.

One of the best ways to bring home a message for an audience is to make it personal. Audiences who take the Resilient Leader Assessment in advance are presented with their own resilience results, as well as strategies for handling their unique challenges and opportunities. Want to build your resilience so you too can show up at your 100%? Download Adam’s Resilience Kickstart Kit. Learn strategies and tips to build your and your team’s resilience, including Adam’s favorite practices, daily habits and must-know products. You’ll also receive regular updates to help keep resilience a priority.

 

One more thing…

 

We’re always available online and have adapted to the current COVID-19 state regulations regarding staying safe. We respect your space and want you to know we’re here to help you online if you need it.

Building Our
Mental Health Resilience

In this episode of the Conscious PIVOT Podcast Adam speaks with Robert MacPhee, former director of training for Jack Canfield, as well as the author of the best selling book, ‘Manifesting for Non-Gurus.’ They discuss why building resilience is essential for your future success. Tune in to learn more about resilience, including how to cultivate it BEFORE you need it.

 

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Podcast section.