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Mental Health Awareness Week
Fearless Adventures is created by founders, for founders - so we know first hand the demanding nature of entrepreneurship.
With its high-pressure environments, constant decision-making, and unpredictable challenges, we know it can take its toll on a founder’s mental health. That’s why in honor of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, we’re taking a retrospective look into the invaluable insights shared by some of our podcast guests.
So, grab a coffee and take a break from work to hear from some of the most experienced entrepreneurs in the industry on how they prioritise their personal well-being.
Recently Shell Rowe joined The Summit podcast to share how she navigated the complexities of her own mental health while pursuing her passion for content creation.
Shell got diagnosed with cancer at the age of 21 and since then has had to deal with the pain of it returning 4 times. Through such hardships, Shell publicly shared her story via social media and gained thousands of followers.
Her life motto is “Everything happens for a reason” and encourages people to take a reflective mindset when dealing with hardships. So fearless founders, try to seek the opportunities for personal growth that can come from challenging circumstances.
Watch the full episode below.
We believe a lot of people can learn from our resilient next guest, Danny Buck.
Danny is a serial entrepreneur. Whilst his latest venture @Craftd, launched in 2018, has now become one of the world’s fastest-growing men’s jewelry brands, his founder journey hasn’t always been smooth sailing.
During the downs of the entrepreneurial journey, Danny emphasises the importance of looking after yourself to look after your business.
Check out this insightful episode to learn how Danny dealt with:
💻 Conflict With His CEO
💭 Losing His First Company
🚀 Launching Circulr And Learning From Mistakes
Andy Ramage and Matt Pink
During Andy Ramage and Matt Pink’s episode, the duo discuss the implications of alcohol and how going sober, even for a small amount of time, can be hugely beneficial for your mental health.
They recently founded DRYY, an app that supports people who want to lead an alcohol-free lifestyle using content and events.
Here are five main benefits of going sober that will impact your mental health for the better:
👉🏻 Mental Focus and Clarity
👉🏻 Better Sleep Pattern
👉🏻 Optimal Health Level
👉🏻 Better Skin
👉🏻 Better Eating Habits
👉🏻 More Energy
Get ready to be inspired 👇
The stories shared by Shell Rowe, Danny Buck, Andy Ramage, and Matt Pink remind us to take care of ourselves amidst challenges.
By adopting a reflective mindset, practicing self-care, and considering the benefits of going sober, you’d be surprised at the positive impact it can have on your business.
As always, we hope this inspires and adds a little value to your venture.