Resilience

Reach Remarkable Partner with Firstbeat

Lifestyle Assessment ReportFirstbeat is the leading provider of physiological analytics for sports and well-being. They are able to transform heartbeat data into personalized information on exercise, stress and recovery. Reach Remarkable have partnered with Firstbeat in order to provide the Reach Remarkable Lifestyle Assesssment and Report. The lifestyle assessment can be used to support one-to-one coaching, or with a group as a part of courses like 7-Weeks to Performance, Resilience and Wellbeing.

Revolutionary analytics technology

Firstbeat has developed revolutionary analytics technology that creates a digital model of user’s physiology through advanced modelling of heart function and heart rate variability (HRV). The background of Firstbeat is in exercise and physiological sciences and thier products are based on physiology research, working originally with elite athletes.

 

 

Read more about Firstbeat at their website.

How can mindfulness impact resilience – 2

Here’s the next part on how mindfulness practice helps build resilience.  Continuing the theme of the ‘resilience tank’ from part 1, which described making better use of the resilience you have by reducing the impact of stress (turning off the tap quicker).  In part 2 we look making the tank itself bigger!  You’ll find the post over on LinkedIn.

How can mindfulness impact resilience – 1

So, it’s a smart idea of build resilience before we actually need it – as per the last article, you wouldn’t try and run a marathon without building good physical resilience, mental resilience should be no different.  I  also suggested that mindfulness practice is a great tool for building resilience, but how exactly does mindfulness impact resilience?  Here’s a link to the first of a short series on that very topic, how can mindfulness impact resilience.

-Mark

Resilience – build it before you need it

I’ve just posted an initial article on Resilience.  It’s a broad topic affected by everything from our mood, to life experience to gene expression – but critically, there’s lots of evidence (including my own research) that we can build mental resilience at work, but perhaps not in the way you think… take a look.