“Resilience has never been more important. The pandemic, war, climate uncertainty... The magnitude and speed of change, ambiguity and unpredictability we have had to deal with in recent times, and will continue to experience, makes it a vital necessity.”
These are the words of Dr Alia Bojilova (TV3’s Tracked), a peak performance psychologist who understands the idea of resilience only too well. She grew up in Eastern Europe during some of the most tumultuous times in recent history.
Alia draws on her experience in combat, and working with elite athletes, entrepreneurs and the SAS, to explore how resilience is not a trait or a given, but the result of a series of small decisions on how you engage with each moment.
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