Change your mind.
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“As a doctor, author, documentary filmmaker, professional speaker, change and communication skills business consultant, I’ve repeatedly witnessed the toll that the drive for success takes on motivated people and businesses. The authors re-define success by rightly putting mental health first, for individuals and for organizations.
For anyone wanting to achieve big things, this book will prove itself an invaluable difference maker."
- Rick Kirschner, N.D., V.N.M.I.,
International best selling co-author of
Dealing With People You Can’t Stand
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Do you have
an open mind?
Priority One for Mental Fitness
That old saying is true: "A mind is like a parachute, it works best when it's open." But what are our minds open to? There's an overwhelming barrage of questionable information hurled at us from every direction. Then there's our own self-talk, which can convince us we're worthless and should just give up. Priority one is learning how to open our minds in the right direction. There's a book for that ... ours!
Preventative Mental Health
It's socially acceptible to talk about our aches and pains and surgeries. But discussing mental health issues is virtually taboo. This relegates those who suffer - which is most of us - to silos of silence, where we can mistakenly believe that "I'm the only one feeling these things." This is why it's so essential to normalize conversations about our mental health issues, without self-judgment.
From Head to Heart
If we care about our bodies we keep them healthy by eating well, exercising, etc. What do we do for our minds? Next to nothing. We just think a lot. And that's the problem. Too much thinking, too little feeling. "Move fast and break things" was much more than a social media motto; it articulated a teenage mindset that prioritized creating over caring. It's time to fix what got broken, one caring gesture at a time.
The NEXT test
Physical fitness is a thing. What about mental fitness?
The ACE test, widely used by mental health professionals, asks 10 questions that explain how childhood trauma is influencing present-day experience.
The NEXT test asks 13 questions about how your mental state will influence your future experience. Take it for free, learn how to become mentally fit, and create a happier, more successful tomorrow.
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