How to stay mentally fit

Mental health is just as important as physical health. For many years now, offices have offered incentives and benefits to encourage employees to take better care of their physical self – from discounted gym memberships to more sick days and better health care benefits. More recently, that awareness has shifted to mental health, and companies are now working to ensure employees have the resources to address those needs.

While physical exercise can support your mental fitness – it awakens and energizes you, fills you with positive endorphins – it’s important to dedicate time to keeping your mind strong.

Unsurprisingly, ways to keep your mind fit track closely with staying physically fit. Leadership guru Wally Bock offers six ways to get the most out of your mental energy, plus some additional resources for support. Here they are:

  1. Develop your mental energy. Just like running or lifting weights, the more often you work your mind the stronger it will be. However, overexerting your limitations comes with consequences.


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