Why humanity must be bigger than misogyny and how the words of Piers Morgan spark an issue much deeper than the Royal Family or mental health
I reflect here on the powerful words of Steve Jobs, on how connecting the dots of our past are so important to our present and future.
I’ve been a regular guest on the People, Culture & Tech webinar & podcast series. Recently, we spoke about purpose and happiness at work.
On Time to Talk Day, I joined Mike on the Happy Employee Podcast to talk mental health, both how we look after our own and support friends.
Just before Christmas, I joined a great panel on the 40 Minute Mentor for a raw and honest discussion about mental health and wellbeing.
This week I spoke with Nige from the Runners Cafe about running and mental wellbeing, as part of his Mental Health Awareness Week edition.
Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week, I remember the kindness that saved my life. Small things, great impact. We can all save lives.
I’ve been involved in many mental health campaigns… this is a little different! One in Four combines art, football & mental health.
For so long we’ve told people that it’s OK not to be OK. Perhaps now is a time to encourage people, to tell them that it’s OK to be OK.
Today was not the London Marathon. However, I did run up Birdcage Walk & reflected that the journey is what changed me not the finish line.