Sue Kohn-Taylor is back in the Waikato and will be leading a workshop on Mental Fitness in Todays World.
A bit about the workshop:
Mental Fitness in Today’s World helps participants understand how to develop the capacity for a healthy and strong mind, to allow them to handle the challenges and opportunities that life puts in front of us. Most of us understand the importance of physical fitness - but how do we keep our minds fit?
Our mental fitness affects our emotions, how we think and feel about ourselves and others and how we interpret everyday events. It influences our capacity to learn, communicate and to develop, sustain and end relationships. It also influences our ability to cope with change, transition and everyday life events. It’s what enables us to function well and interact with others.
How mentally fit are you?
This workshop covers:
• Understanding healthy vs unhealthy stress and stress management
• What is mental fitness - Think fit, See fit, Feel fit, Act fit
• Mental fitness strategies for every day
• Q&A Session
A bit about Sue
Sue Kohn-Taylor is an expert life-navigator, a master of personal development, and mental fitness. From her own lived experiences she knows that attitude and aptitude are critical in order to respond proactively and positively to life’s inevitable curveballs. She also knows that we humans aren’t necessarily born with these traits, but that they can be learned and shared. It’s something she likes to call Mental Fitness.
As the passionate founder of The Mental Fitness Company, Sue’s 20 years’ experience in personal development, positive psychology, wellbeing and mind training form the foundation for her mission: to educate and empower others so that being a human is an easier job.
Known for her friendly, warm and down to earth attitude and techniques for simplifying life, Sue’s speaker sessions and workshops are full of personal stories and “Mind Food” to take away and digest as well as actions to apply to help making being a human an easier job!
A regular on TV, a column writer and a frequent speaker, she dedicates her time to sharing her vision, because she believes that building a mentally fit mind is the most important gateway to gaining freedom over any life event.
Sue champions the concept that regular education and training of the mind and personal development provides the necessary skills to positively impact lives, organisations and communities. As the world navigates its biggest curveball in recent history, mental fitness and wellbeing is more important than ever. The added benefit, of course, is the influence our own wellbeing then has on our children, families and friends.