Alexia Michiels : as seen on CNN

Alexia Michiels : as seen on CNN

“Start by limiting the information you consume,” says Alexia Michiels, co-founder of the Resilience Institute Europe. “We absorb as much information in a day as our ancestors in the fifteenth century did in a lifetime,” she says.

Want some control back? Then learn how to develop resilience from Michiels, in conversation with CNNMoney Switzerland’s Amanda Kayne.

Become more resilient!

Become more resilient!

“Start by limiting the information you consume,” says Alexia Michiels, co-founder of the Resilience Institute Europe. “We absorb as much information in a day as our ancestors in the fifteenth century did in a lifetime,” she says. Want some control back? Then learn how to develop resilience from Michiels, in conversation with CNNMoney Switzerland’s Amanda Kayne.

Why Resilience and What Does it Mean to You?

Why Resilience and What Does it Mean to You?

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In this interview Dr Sven Hansen and Declan Scott discuss the idea of resilience and the role it has played in Declan’s life.

Declan joined the Resilience team in 2015 and brings practical experience from both the professional practice field across a number of countries to hands on business knowledge in owning and growing a business from Startup stage. He is dedicated to helping change the culture of business by inspiring a renewed sense of purpose and creativity in the workplace.

5 dietary principles for optimal performance

5 dietary principles for optimal performance

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Declan Scott and Dr Sven Hansen sit down to discuss diet, nutrition, keto-adaptation, ethical eating and five key dietary guiding principles.

Join us now for this first edition of Resilient Conversations.

Dr Sven’s five dietary guiding principles for optimal performance

 

  1. Vegetables – eat 9 – 13 servings per day (each serving fits in the palm of your hand)
  2. Remove excess sugars – avoid bread, pasta, highly refined foods (high GI foods)
  3. Balance your meals – keep it simple with 1/3 quality protein, 1/3 carbohydrate from vegetables, 1/3 fat
  4. Learn to burn fat – become keto-adapted by reducing carbohydrate intake
  5. Enjoy it – make meals a joyful experience