Mind matters: staying well in a busy world
Date:12:30:00 PM to 1:30:00 PM on 22 September 23
What would it be like to have control of your mind? How would this impact your life if your mind was less busy? More positive? Less overwhelmed? More focused. What if you could turn off the inner critic and unhelpful self talk? Cultivate a place of peace and calm within.
What if I told you, you can? We all have this ability and yet have lost touch with it. To celebrate mental health awareness week I’ll be sharing some of my top tips and secrets that allow us to master our mind and cultivate and more positive, productive mindset.
Our mind impacts everything we do, it’s why I’m such a fan of teaching this. They impact how we feel and what we do, our performance at work and our relationships at home. How we respond to set backs and how we show up every day.
With 15 years in HR and Leadership Development combined with a decade studying with Buddhist monks and nuns Jess weaves a unique blend of ancient eastern wisdom with western people psychology to give a fresh approach on mindset mastery to help you achieve your potential.
Join Jess for this special webinar available to individuals and their organisations during MHAW. Designed to reenergise you, and sustain you to unleash your potential, stand in your power, and unlock the keys to brilliance.
• Develop self awareness and mental fitness to master your mindset
• Refill your tank and ensure you are a sustainable resource
• Learn how to create space in the brain and reduce information overload
• Understand the difference between busy and productive
• Keep calm amid the chaos and give yourself space to thrive
• Overcome distraction and manage interruptions to remain focused
• Overcome overwhelm and build resilience
• Improve productivity and effectiveness
Lead by Jess Stuart, author of six personal development books, an international keynote speaker and experienced coach. A well known mindset expert, with media coverage and sell out events.
A brush with burnout in her corporate career led Jess across the world to train with Buddhist monks and nuns. A decade later, after coming out, writing six books and running her own successful business she shares what she knows about mind-set, resilience and self-belief to empower people to unlock their potential.
With 15 years in HR and a background in the corporate world working with leaders in personal development across many countries and industries Jess empowers you to be your best without burning out in the process.