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Great Mental Fitness Series #Episode 2

February 24th, 2020|

This is my second interview for the ‘Great Mental Fitness’ Interview Series to help those currently suffering from mental illness as well as anyone who might suffer in future (1 in 4 working adults will suffer with this over the next 12 months). I wish to help others ideally avoid, or worse case, to recover from poor mental health, whilst becoming more productive and happier in life.

You can help by reading on, and if you like it, please share it so we can help more people achieve great mental health, or maybe even save lives...

Work Life Balance Podcast with James Miller

February 20th, 2020|

I have had the massive honour of recording a podcast with James Miller.

Have you ever took the time to examine your life to see if you are fulfilled? Usually, we forget to compartmentalize areas of our life, and we lump it all together and decide if it’s “good” or “bad.” In this episode, you will learn how to break down each category of your life and create a simple Graph of Fulfillment to see the areas in life where you are thriving and other areas on which you can improve.

Great Mental Fitness. Episode #1

February 10th, 2020|

With 1 in 4 people experiencing a Mental Health problem every year, Mental Health issues (which can take a very wide range of forms) are becoming more widely recognised, diagnosed and supported. But that’s not enough.

I have created this ‘Great Mental Fitness’ Interview Series to leverage my own experiences of mental illness and burnout recovery with other people’s experiences to help others.

Corporate wellbeing – the new approach to improved productivity

January 19th, 2020|

There has been significant ‘noise’ about ways to improve productivity in the workplace in recent months (and years), much of it focused on techniques designed to get more out of fewer resources (i.e. people), or using new and emerging technologies to automate basic tasks in order to save money by reducing employee headcount.

These approaches are, in many cases, all well and good.

What I learned recovering from burnout

January 8th, 2020|

In 2012, having spent 11 years developing my commercial business experience in the high pressure world of FTSE 100 regulated companies, during which time I’d become the youngest on record to complete a fast track management training programme, I decided to leave and set up my own business. My desire was to use my experience to help other businesses to grow and transform as a business adviser and mentor.

Want to become a better version of yourself?

I’ve helped hundreds of organisations and thousands of leaders, and I know how hard it can be to consistently balance success at work and happiness in life.

Most of all, I know from personal experience how tough it can be to ask for help. Everyone needs help now and again.

Whether you are local or global I would love to hear from you.

We’ll talk with no pressure in confidence to explore if and how we can collaborate.