Our Vision

At Resilience Agenda, we envision a world where people imagine their mental health just like their physical health.

We envision a world where people can talk about mental health in a language that is free from stigma and that is more relevant, engaging and empowering.

We envision seeing everyone talking openly and proudly about what they are doing to improve their Mental Fitness, just like they do their Physical Fitness.

Resilience: “the capacity of a system to adapt to stress, shock and setbacks and re-build itself when necessary.”

Agenda: “the things that a person or organisation considers to be important and wants to solve or achieve – also, a calendar, planner or diary for taking notes and keeping important priorities.”

What We Do

We create gorgeous and practical products, gifts,
online content & corporate workshops that help you protect and develop your mental health using the inspiring and preventative language and tools of Mental Fitness.

Each September we release our best-selling Mental Fitness & Wellbeing Diary. Over 30,000 people each year, and hundreds of organizations across the globe use our diary as a gift to start a life-changing conversation on the real meaning of mental health, or as a daily tool to protect their wellbeing.

We also offer a popular podcast - Resilience Agenda Radio - where we interview leading experts, thinkers and storytellers and learn their strategies and tools for how to better protect our mental health.

Our expert team also delivers corporate mental health strategy consulting and employee mental health workshops & seminars & keynote presentations to organizations across the globe.

Discover why the world needs Mental Fitness

Our Beliefs

How are we Changing the Meaning of Mental Health?

We believe that we all have mental health, just like we all have physical health.

We believe that mental health exists on a scale, that some of us are healthier than others, that sometimes goes up and sometimes goes down, and that this is all okay.

We believe that mental health and mental illness are not the same thing, and that being mentally healthy is more than just not having a diagnosed mental illness.

We believe that there are things we can do to monitor, manage and improve our mental health. These factors are skills that we can learn, practice and solidify as rituals and routines.

We believe that training our Mental Fitness, before we need it, helps us to better cope with the changes, uncertainties and stresses of modern life and prepares us to turn challenges into opportunities for personal growth.