What can we all do to increase our positive mental health footprint?

The latest news from the environmental community is that each and every one of us can make very simple changes to lowering greenhouse gas emissions and to slowing down climate change.

Taking steps to REDUCING YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT at home, work, or in your community is a commitment to action in addressing our climate change crisis. Experts continue to emphasize the fact that there are very simple things we can do immediately, today, right now, in reducing our carbon footprint.

While I fully endorse taking steps to reducing our carbon footprint, at the same time I fully endorse taking steps to increasing our positive mental health footprint. 

INCREASING OUR POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH FOOTPRINT

Yes, you read it correctly. INCREASING OUR POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH FOOTPRINT. 

Let’s invite FUN AT WORK, TEAM ENGAGEMENT, AND MORE HAPPY into our everyday work-life. 

Let’s incorporate play time just for the sake of playing and having fun, and to release the dreaded COVID stressors that totally undermine our health and wellbeing. Be surprised how easy it will be to lose ourselves in the laughter and the positive interactions with our co-workers when we play together. And let’s not forget THE OPPORTUNITY TO RE-ENERGIZE & RE-CHARGE for the next big task at work at home.

Imagine a workspace in which people are truly connected through everyone’s POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH FOOTPRINT. Let’s take action to change our world of work… 

One Positive Mental Health Footprint At A Time!!

So, how BIG is your Positive Mental Health Footprint?

 

And, what are the very simple things that you can do immediately? Today? Right now?!?

Email me and I will post your awesomeness and awesome ideas!!

About the Author

For over 15 years now, Robert has travelled throughout Alberta facilitating the most amazing team development workshop experiences with amazing levels of fun, energy, and plenty of happy & joy. No sit and listen, stand and deliver power point presentations here! In Person & Online!

Robert’s message is simple. “Business Leaders! Step Up! Embrace the value of Fun At Work & Building A Culture Of Highly Engaged And Happy Teams! It’s the #1 strategy to raise positive mental health levels, Home l Office l Remote. Let’s be real here! No one person is immune to the daily mental health challenges that we all are facing. We all need to prioritize our daily mental health both in work and in life.”

As an avid Mental Health Champion and a Canadian Mental Health Association ( CMHA ) Certified Psychological Health and Safety Advisor, Robert is quite comfortable sharing his personal story of living with and managing depression and anxiety. His goal? To be a role model for men everywhere who need to get comfortable with talking about their daily mental health and choose to be authentic, brave & vulnerable.

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