“Our mental health is on a continuum, we all have it, just like we have physical fitness. Disregard it and we slowly slip down the continuum into severe discomfort. Work on it, get mentally fitter and gain all the benefits associated with that”. Jimi Hunt
In today’s world Mental fitness is more important than ever. For too long the narrative around mental health has been that there are only two states of mental health: mentally well or mentally ill.
Join us to hear from mental fitness leader Jimi Hunt, as he shares a new paradigm. Showcasing how we ALL sit somewhere on the Mental Fitness Continuum and the skills, perspective and brutal honesty needed to move ourselves up it.
The session includes refreshments, time for questions, a chance to chat with Jimi and grow your network.
Who is Jimi Hunt?
Jimi is the co-founder of the charity Live More Awesome and is most well known for his work in reducing the stigma around mental health in a distinctly colourful way. He is a Guinness World Record holder, two times TEDx speaker, a regular panellist on morning radio/TV shows and has been the subject of a documentary and two feature episodes of a major US Network show highlighting his unique and highly successful exploits into raising awareness of mental health.
Jimi is committed to affecting radical, positive change in people’s lives through his unique perspective on mental wellness and offers simple, effective life skills and techniques for individuals to implement.
Twice nominated for New Zealander of the Year and finalist in both New Zealander of the Year and New Zealand Innovator of the Year, Jimi provides a very different approach to how we think about mental health and has a gift for weaving his own personal story in a raw, humorous and very relatable way that inspires audiences to take charge of their own mental well-being.
Deeply invested in personal growth, change and developing people past their own self-limiting beliefs, Jimi has presented keynotes to a vast array of audiences and organisations in New Zealand and overseas and his thought-provoking insights into how we can all deal better with our mental health holds relevance in all areas of society.
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Non-Member $95.00 + GST
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