I Know How-to Experience “Antifragility” When Faced With Challenges

I recently watched a video by Tal Ben Shahar who teaches and studies Happiness in which he talks about “Antifragility”.

He explains the difference between “Resilience” and “Antifragility” as follows:

“Resilience” is the ability to go back to normal after experiencing pressure or adversity. On the other hand, “Antifragility” is described as growing bigger or stronger after experiencing pressure or adversity.

A good example of an antifragile system would be our muscles which grow bigger and stronger after applying pressure on them at the gym.

He calls it PTG: Post Traumatic Growth.

I rather grow without adversity, however if and when faced with challenges, I prefer to experience antifragility rather than resilience.

There are different ways to increase antifragility. I chose to share 3:

  1. Gratitude for all that is in my life: the good and the less pleasant.
  2. Having The Creator in my inner circle.
  3. Having the right people in my inner, middle, and outer circle.

Curious to learn more about our unique coaching philosophy and program structure?