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Welcome to Mindset, the revolutionary publication dedicated to the health of the mind. With a world class Editorial Advisory Board each issue contains authoritative, accurate, beautifully-presented, easily assimilated information, about all aspects of mental health. Covering everything from prevention and diagnosis, treatments and rehabilitation, to workplace initiatives and financial and legal advice, we’re at the forefront of driving forward positive changes in our understanding and treatment of mental wellbeing.

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From Failure to Phoenix

From Failure to Phoenix

Failure is a part of life, as plenty of successful people have found out. Here we take a look at six highly renowned men who failed miserably before achieving great success. Abraham Lincoln 1809-1865: “My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you...

From Failure to Phoenix

Failure is a part of life, as plenty of successful people have found out. Here we take a look at six highly renowned men who failed miserably before achieving great success....

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Workplace Initiatives

Dividing Time

The lines between work and non-work are blurring in new and unusual ways, and many employees who are working remotely for the first time are likely to struggle to preserve healthy boundaries between their professional and personal lives. To signal their loyalty,...

Covid-19 – counting the cost

The world is still feeling the impacts of a global pandemic – a public health emergency that has changed our working lives forever. In addition to a substantial death toll, this crisis has put significant strain on employers, the economy and our mental health. Though...

Training towards financial fitness

If you asked someone who rarely exercised to run 5km, they would likely tell you to “jog on”! However, you’d get a better response if you help them to realise the benefits and set small achievable goals, building them up slowly, asking them first to walk a short...

Recognising Loneliness

For more than ten years, I’ve worked remotely. Usually a few hours drive from the office. At first it was a difficult change to make, but now it’s embedded in my life. As remote and flexible working starts to become the norm for so many more employees, it is bringing...

An interview with Mr Steven White

Why is mental health important to you and how did you ‘get into it’? Mental health is important to me on both a personal and professional level. As CEO my aim is to build a happy, successful and thriving business. One of the great joys of my role is the ability to...

Wealth Wizards

Some of the loneliest places, if you are struggling with your mental health can be the workplace. Consider that 30% of the UK's workforce have been formally diagnosed with a mental health condition at some point. Contributory factors to poor mental health include...

Back to work blues?

We know that returning to work after a long period of absence can be challenging. Whether you’re returning from parental leave or from a period of illness you will be juggling new elements of your life, emotionally, logistically or maybe financially. The added...

Let’s get physical

I was recently asked if I wanted to train as a Mental Health First Aider. Without hesitation, my answer was yes. More than half of the UK’s employees (53%) have struggled with their mental wellbeing in some way. As a firm made up of 5,000 people, that could be more...

The trouble with money

If you’ve ever stood at a checkout and had your card declined, you’ll know that money can often make us feel pretty bad about ourselves. Some of the most common emotions we associate with money are embarrassment, anger, fear and shame. Worryingly, when we aren’t...

Stepping it up

Ihadn’t set out to set a resolution for 2020. It sort of happened by accident. My husband and I were playing around with our Garmin watches and realised that we could connect them and then challenge one another to see who could get the most steps in a day, a weekend...

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