Episode 51 – Heading into the Roaring 20s with Charlotte Jameson
Charlotte is a wellbeing practitioner who’s committed to taking scientific information and sharing it with people to give them the means to stay mentally healthy. We discuss the shifts from mental health as a stigma to mental health as a critical piece to our wellbeing picture, how we can be a better person as a result of going to work, and what safety really means in the workplace.
Key episode highlights include:
- Unawareness can lead to lack of priority for the things in life that will actually help you thrive
- We need to stop compartmentalising who we are at work, to who we are at home
- Doing one thing at a time makes us more effective.
Key acknowledgements from the last decade:
The increased use of technology and smart phones and the busy over committed lifestyle and the effects these have on sleep, the brain and relationships.
Key lessons from the past decade:
How sleep debt (two small kids) can rock your world.
When I’m true to myself, that’s when things work.
What Charlotte predicts the next decade will hold:
There will be two kinds of people. Those who have been educated and make positive proactive choices, and those that for whatever reason aren’t aware of different choices they could make or are aware but are unable to follow through.
Personal goals for the next decade:
As Charlotte enters the school system with her daughter, to be mindful of her daughter’s outside commitments and be a positive role model for environmental sustainability, relationships, meditation and plant based food choices.
Charlotte’s final message:
Use meditation in YOUR own way.