Resilience with Lizzie Simmonds
Moving forward together
It’s week 10, the final week of our lockdown #wecandothis support and motivation series. Though every day we are getting closer to a ‘new normal’ and a few colleagues are returning to the office, normal life still seems very far away. But we’ve come a long way since March and together we’re proving that #wecandothis. So, to finish this programme we want to discuss resilience.
Resilience is a crucial skill when it comes to managing adversity and adapting to change. In today’s challenging landscape, being resilient is more important than ever. But where does resilience come from? And how can we be intentional about building this critical skill, so we’re better equipped when facing adversity in the future?
We caught up with Olympian Lizzie Simmonds to discuss the lessons she learnt on resilience following her fourth-place finish at the London Olympics in 2012.
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- Goal setting with Lizzie Simmonds
- Tom George shares his ultimate kitchen workout
- Lizzie Simmonds shows us how we can workout with a cushion
- Stay at home stretches with Henry Weir
- Managing stress with Lizzie Simmonds
- Stay motivated with Lizzie Simmonds
- Talking teamwork with Lizzie Simmonds and Henry Weir
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