Clare Edwards has a Diploma in Neuroscience of Leadership and has also completed the Foundations of Positive Psychology with the College of Liberal and Professional Studies at Penn State University, USA. She specializes in Nueroleadership, facilitating change, effective communication and storytelling. She has a written a book on storytelling for communicators and leaders called, 'A Sprinkle of Magic'.

In this episode Clare starts out by defining resilience using the metaphor of a roller coaster - it's brilliant. She continues by sharing her story of her first relationship that was abusive and how she coped to find her second relationship which has been a gift.

As we get into the nitty gritty of the resilient brain, Clare does a phenomenal job of explaining how our brain is created to keep us safe, but that can work against us! She explains:

At the end, Clare shares a tip to help you build your resilience.

Visit her website Brain Smart

Zaheen Nanji is a Resilience Champion and trains people and organizations on how to build their resilience muscle so it becomes a first reflex in times of change and challenge.

You were very easy to deal with. Pleasant manner, tone of voice and easy to speak to.  You kind of have the voice and demeanor that make people "want" to talk with you. Once people know your story, they want to talk to you more, perhaps to grab a bit of your strength and positive attitude in their own lives.  I find you to have a caring way about you. Concerned for others and how you can help them be better at being them.

Leanne Carpenter

Office of the Chief Administrative Officer - Town of Stony Plain

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You were very easy to deal with. Pleasant manner, tone of voice and easy to speak to.  You kind of have the voice and demeanor that make people "want" to talk with you. Once people know your story, they want to talk to you more, perhaps to grab a bit of your strength and positive attitude in their own lives.  I find you to have a caring way about you. Concerned for others and how you can help them be better at being them.

Leanne Carpenter

Office of the Chief Administrative Officer - Town of Stony Plain

Zaheen Nanji is a Resilience Champion and trains people and organizations on how to build their resilience muscle so it becomes a first reflex in times of change and challenge.

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