Tip#1: Develop and Optimistic Point of View.
Think about what’s possible as opposed to what you can’t do. Optimists are naturally resilient even in the face of adversity as they know something better will come from a challenging situation or experience.

Tip#2: Use positive language.
The language we use effects our Physiology and how we feel about ourselves and others.

Tip#3: Be Altruistic.
Develop a compassion to serve that is greater than the compulsion to survive (J Parker). Serving others makes us feel good about ourselves.

Tip #4: Get firm on your values.
Have a clear idea of what you value in life and make decisions based on your values.

Tip #5. Use Humour
Lighten up your approach. It’s good for your happy hormones and helps build resilience.

Tip#6: Develop strong social connections.
Having a sense of belonging to a group or team gives us a feeling of support and emotional resilience.

Tip#7:Get a Mentor.
Find someone who has travelled the path and can be your sound board. They help keep you accountable to your goals and moving forward in life.

Tip#8: Be clear on your purpose.
If your mission is clear, you will see that the little bumps in the road are just part of getting you to your destination.

Tip#9: Meditate, Eat Well and Exercise
I don’t think anyone can question the importance of these 3 things. Most importantly they influence our energy and therefore how well we function in life.

Tip#10: Look after your spine and nervous system.
It’s the system that controls every cell, tissue and organ in the body. Your ability to adapt to stress and the environment is co-ordinated by the nervous system.