Antifragility explained by Hayao Miyazaki:
"Living means changing [..];
 Still, you don't change.
 You can't drift away from
 the project embodied in your structure."
I think this is the biggest difference between resilience and antifragility:
Resilience is "being at work TO STAY THE SAME".

Identity must be preserved, ergo, the system is not free to evolve beyond its "genetic code" — beyond its specifications, for instance.

Not so with antifragility. Antifragility is "being at work TO GET BETTER IN THE PROCESS".

There, you change, and accept the risks of change — the risks of living.

(originally appeared as a LinkedIn post.)