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Adam defines resilience as the ability to thrive — mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally — regardless of what may be happening in your environment. He shares self-care rituals people can use to energize their minds and bodies so they are better able to meet whatever challenges they face.
A leading international keynote speaker, Adam — like all of us — is facing the changed world of social distancing and cancelled events and gatherings. As CEO of More Love Media, he explains how he is using virtual media, and training other leaders to do the same, to build unity, connection, and teamwork.
Throughout history, innovative leaders have been able to create opportunities during times of great upheaval and disruption. Adam discusses how the present crisis provides opportunities to build our resilience through self-reflection, self-care and attention to relationships — and how these practices can help to recognize, utilize, and embrace the unique opportunities before us.
From research into what it takes to be resilient, Adam identifies four “quadrants of holistic resilience”: Mental, Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual. His free Resilient Leader Assessment is designed to help determine “where you are on the resilience continuum and let you know if there are any red flags.”
At a time when many of us are in a state of anxiety about what the future holds, Adam shares how people and organizations can “learn how to learn” by seeing situations as they are and asking one question: “What is the creative opportunity now?” He explains how this allows us to find meaning in the moment and create a path to the future.
From his TEDX talk, Adam shares how the lessons he learned as a young lifeguard allowed him to pivot in his life and career — and how these lessons can help anyone adapt and thrive through times of massive change.
After building a multi-million dollar law firm, Adam turned a mid-life crisis into a mid-life calling, pivoting his own career path to become CEO of one of the largest business and personal growth training companies in the world. He spent over a decade leading programs around the globe in business and entrepreneurship, resilience, leadership, transformation, relationships and public speaking. He shares heart-centered principles for building resilience from his talks and his best-selling book, “Pivot: The Art & Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life.”
An avid swimmer, Adam — like many of us — has had to adapt to find new ways of recharge and rejuvenate as pools and beaches closed due to the public health crisis. He discusses how people can find alternative ways to stay mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually healthy.
Not knowing what the new normal will be, or when it will begin, the most important thing we can do right now for our organizations and ourselves is to create resilience. Adam shares how we can seize the creative opportunity we have now to take better care of ourselves, create better rituals for self-care, and work on our business instead of just in our business.
Research has shown that virtual learning environments provide ways for us to learn faster and remember more of what we have learned. From his work as CEO of More Love Media, Adam shares how business leaders can use online resources to help people embrace and execute change, cultivate work cultures of greater unity and resilience, and strengthen their voice as purpose-driven leaders.
For many of us, our identity is closely tied to our careers. Yet to deal with the kind of massive, ongoing change we now face, we need new ways of continually re-assessing our identity. Adam explains how.
Adam shares six steps that can help people and companies build resilience and teamwork as they regroup in the wake of the pandemic.
The word pivot used to be associated with failure: You ran out of money and runway, couldn’t monetize your business model fast enough, so you had to pivot. Author of the bestselling book “Pivot: The Art & Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life,” Adam explains how the term has evolved, and the difference between pivoting by default and pivoting by design.