Entrepreneurs & Business Leaders:
How to Build a Business Without Burning Out
A recent study conducted by Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) finds 62% of business owners feel depressed at least once a week and nearly half (46%) say that mental health issues interfere with their ability to work. It's important to note that this study was conducted before the COVID-19 pandemic.
MindWell Founder and Chief Training Officer, Dr. Geoff Soloway hosted Jordan Friesen, M.O.T, National Director, Workplace Mental Health at the Canadian Mental Health Association for a webinar on how business leaders and entrepreneurs can care for their mental health and how mindfulness can play a role in preventing burnout.
Check out the highlights from their conversation!
Investing Energy in Yourself
Noticing Triggers and Transitions to Separate Work Life and Home Life
Starting the Conversation about Mental Health in the Entrepreneurial Community
Healthy vs. Unhealthy Coping Strategies
Accountability for a Work and Life Balance
Using Mindfulness to See Your Thoughts
Mindfulness as a Tool to Build Tolerance for Uncertainty
ADDITIONAL MENTAL HEALTH & MINDFULNESS RESOURCES
If you enjoyed this webinar and would like more resources on mental health and mindfulness in the workplace, check out these other great resources!
Going it Alone: The study, “Going it Alone: The mental health and well-being of Canada’s entrepreneurs,” aims to enhance our understanding of the mental health experiences of entrepreneurs in Canada. *Please Note: The graphs shared in this webinar are from this study.
Ten Ways To Stay Well During COVID-19: tips and resources to help you decrease stress, become more mindful in your daily life, build resilience and feel more able to face the uncertain times we currently find ourselves in.
MindWell Webinars: don't miss our monthly webinars with a variety of experts in mental health, mindfulness, human resources, leadership, wellness and more!