Why it is Important to Start Prioritizing Your Mental Health as Early as Possible

For the past two years, especially, mental health has taken a hit. 

Between isolation from the pandemic to record numbers of burnout, it’s so critical to bring awareness to mental health struggles.

I partnered with Lundbeck to speak on this exact thing. To discuss tips and insights to help your brain thrive!

We dove deep into questions, including:

🧠 How do you have more fun at work?

🧠 What is the difference between short stress and long stress?

🧠 What impact does depression have on reaching a flow state?

🧠 How much dopamine is TOO much dopamine?

🧠 And how much impact can just 10 minutes of exercise have on your overall well-being?

Interested in watching the recording? You can find it hosted on LinkedIn here.

Want more brain-friendly tips?

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I also offer virtual keynotes to provide companies with science-based insights that you can put into practice immediately in order to work and live smarter, better, and happier. Find out more about my keynotes here

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