mindapple n. a day-to-day activity that is good for your mind
In this handy guide to your mind, founder of Mindapples, Andrew Gibson, shares advice on how to look after your mind, in the same way as you do with your body. Structured around the everyday situations we all face, he explains what we need to know about our minds in order to feel good. With suggestions for mindapples or activities to keep your mind healthy and active; clean up your sleep routine and manage your mood, amongst
Much more than your average manual on meditation and mindfulness, this practical guide is easy to navigate and each individual can choose the activities that suit them, making for a personal journey to a healthier mind. With a fresh design filled with illustrations, this is a great book for anyone wanting to take up the challenge of five Mindapples a day!
Chapters include: 'How to Be Yourself', 'How to Stay Healthy', 'How to Make Good Decisions', 'How to Cope with Adversity', 'How to Help People' and 'How to Love Your Mind'.
About the Author:
Andrew Gibson is a conference speaker, author and entrepreneur specialising in psychology, technology and culture change. He's the founder of Mindapples, the global campaign to encourage people to take better care of their minds. He has advised dozens of businesses on how to harness the potential of their staff, and spent over eight years campaigning to raise awareness of mental health and sharing practical insights from psychology to help people improve their health, work and relationships. His previous
book, A Mind for Business (Pearson, 2015), won Management Gold in the Management Book of the Year Awards 2016. He's also a former Trustee of the Royal Society of Arts. He lives in London but works internationally.
Since 2008, Mindapples has been teaching people how our minds work and encouraging everyone to take better care of their minds. They build apps, deliver training and supply campaign tools to voluntary groups and universities to promote good mental health, and regularly tour festivals around the UK as part of their '5-a-day for your mind' campaign. Their training programmes have been used by some of the biggest names in global business, and have been shown in independent trials to help people handle stress and improve their wellbeing. Over 10,000 people have now shared their '5-a-day's via the Mindapples website and at campaign events and pop-ups all around the world.