We need society-level investments in mental health. We also need to enable and empower individuals to tend and bolster their own mental well-being. Mark Bunn has made it his mission to do just that. He teaches a shift to conscious living, inspired by wisdom and habits from Eastern cultures.
At the heart of this, is emphasis on the quality of relationships. A sense of community, service to others, and accepting help are key to happiness, Mark has discovered. In this week’s podcast, we’re focusing on what this means for mental health and how it starts with relationships. Mark gently steps through a few simple changes to achieve a greater sense of well-being.
We’re living in a complicated world, where work and life boundaries are all but gone, what was normal is no longer possible, and where clutter and noise distract us constantly. It’s no wonder we’re struggling. I hope Mark’s kind and calming voice will offer some hope and guidance in these trying times. Be well!
Mark Bunn is a former professional Australian Football player, author of the 3 times bestseller ‘Ancient Wisdom for Modern Health’, and gives virtual online webinars (with a funny Australian accent) to business groups around the world on all things health, mental health, and the future of business performance.