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The processes, methodologies and materials we use at Frontline Mind are rooted in modelling real-world exemplars. Frontline Mind founder
To enable people to better appreciate where they are placing attention in their response to their environment, whether professional, relational,
In the final chapter of Resilience by Design, we explore the broad term of “Lifestyle”. Lifestyle, like life itself, is
Chapter 11 of Resilience by Design is all about rest and sleep, arguably the most essential component of resilience.
Until recently, the highly focussed states of elite athletes, prolific authors, inspiring musicians, and great scientists have mostly remained a
Framing is both a verbal and a non-verbal pattern that sets the scene and guides attention. A common element
In Chapter 8 of Resilience by Design, the theme is “Intentions”. At Frontline Mind, we like to ask “what
Who lives and who dies in the Death Zone? Climbing Everest is a common metaphor for an almost impossibly difficult
The context in which we grow up in or choose to operate in as an adult does not have to
The choice to move between different perspectives is a skill practised by people who are resilient. Where, when, and