Posts Tagged ‘mental health’

Ep. 131 A Proactive Approach To Mental Wellness, To Help Prevent Mental Illness, with Allan Sparkes CV,OAM,VA

Allan Sparkes is the Deputy Commissioner of the Mental Health Commission of NSW and a former police officer who served on the front line for 20 years, where he was involved in the horrific aftermath of the Hilton bombing, arrested some of Australia’s most notorious criminals and faced the tragedy of murdered colleagues.   Allan…

Ep. 130 If Your Health Is Your Wealth, How’s Your Investment Going? with Brett Robbo

The health and wellbeing space can be so noisy and confusing! What does “healthy” actually mean?! I’ve certainly failed this area in periods of my life and gambled with stupid, unhealthy choices consistently. I’ve essentially “waited for my health tsunami to hit”. Thankfully it didn’t and I’ve been able to learn and implement healthy lifestyle…

Ep. 120 Is There Actually A Line Between Pleasure & Pain? With Dr Happy

Dr. Tim Sharp, aka Dr. Happy, is an internationally renowned leader in the field of Positive Psychology. He’s a sought after Speaker and Facilitator, Consultant and Coach, Writer and Podcaster, Spokesperson and Brand Ambassador. I’m grateful to have Dr Happy for the second time on Your Life Of Impact. He graced us wayback in episode…

Ep. 118 Finding The Frothers, with Benny Wallington & Brett Robbo

What is a “Frother”? How is “Frothing” related to your optimal performance condition, your Flow State? You’ve heard me say many times that i’m an optimistic LOVER of life. My good mate Benny Wallington terms this as “Frothing”. He believes that when we surround ourselves with genuine frothers, we’re actually stimulating a flow state –…

Ep. 117 How To Simplify Your Complexities & Enjoy A More Abundant Life, with Brett Robbo

If you knew how to live by a simplified process that could help minimise stress, anxiety and worry in your life and improve your happiness and emotional wellbeing, would you be committed to the journey? In this short episode I explore why you turn simple internal processes into oblique perceptions that trigger your emotions and…