Jonathan MacDonald of Some Talented People interviews the founders of Mental Wellness Society, Dr. Robert Lebovits and Coty Aserín Terapeuta. Here we talk about the Mental Wellness Axis till the end of the week. Today we dispel the idea of #multitasking It is a myth that I’ve also just read in GILL MCKAY book Stuck.… Continue reading Episode 2: What VS Why
Jonathan MacDonald of Some Talented People interviews the founders of Mental Wellness Society, Dr. Robert Lebovits and Coty Aserín Terapeuta. EPISODE2 of The #MentalWellness #Axis and we talk today about the importance of the question WHAT? Asking why questions is typically an illusion of thinking in that you cannot know why.
Jonathan MacDonald of Some Talented People interviews the founders of Mental Wellness Society, Dr. Robert Lebovits and Coty Aserín Terapeuta. In this video, they discussed Mind Focused Coaching and the backward design approach as one of the tools for self-improvement.
Aside from the financial setbacks, the company’s workforce will experience difficulties due to the gradual return to “normalcy” post-COVID…
With life slowly resuming to pre-pandemic routines, some things aren’t so easy. While returning to offices is a relief for corporate leadership, it’s quite different for other business leaders.
Perfectionism is the need to be – or at least appear to be – flawless. The drive to be perfect is more prevalent in today’s society than ever before.
Focusing on the end goal gets you there. Sounds easy enough, to get from Point A to Point B, right? But along that journey distractions, impediments, and life circumstances can pull you away or block your path.
One aspect of MindfulChoice is the Binary Choice. In any situation you have exactly two choices. Always two. This simple truth is a reflection of how the human mind works.
How do you stay positive in an ever-challenging world? Start by living with a positive mindset. Learning and embracing this positive change is crucial for succeeding in all aspects of life. Find out how in this video by our very own MWS Coordinator, Gail Elbourne.
Every day we try to improve ourselves by learning. We spend a lifetime gathering knowledge in classrooms, through books, from teachings and experiences.