How to be a WELL BEING
TILT invites you to join this webinar which focuses on the simple science of what creates and sustains wellbeing. It’s about grooving good habits into your life, early.
- From: Thursday 29 April 2021, 3 pm
- To: Thursday 29 April 2021, 4 pm
- Booking deadline: Wednesday 28 April 2021, 6.15 pm
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An antidote for the times. A much-needed prioritisation of your mental and physical health.
It’s time to quit coping and to cease waiting. If the light at the end of the tunnel has gone out, we must find a torch and light the way ourselves. In true Art of Brilliance style, we want to address the issue pre-emptively and help people attain and sustain wellbeing.
Your WELL BEING is your competitive advantage. The version of you that is positive physically, emotionally and psychologically during this time is one the world needs.
We know it can all be very exhausting to be at uni. ‘Online fatigue’ is now a mainstream topic.
Exploring how to get your head and heart around doing things differently in this new world; the positive practices, attitudes and behaviours, is essential to ensure university is a foundation that springs you forward.
This webinar focuses on the simple science of what creates and sustains wellbeing. It’s about grooving good habits into your life, early.
This session is being delivered by Sanj Sandhu from Art of Brilliance
Born in South Wales to English parents with an Indian origin, Sanj learnt to embrace his uniqueness. Working for two of the biggest consulting firms on the planet, he learnt that happiness is ultimately a choice. Living in London and Dubai, he learnt that perception is reality and dreams do come true. Travelling the world, he learnt that discipline, perspective and contrast are crucial to success.
Sanj believes that going through education and employment can and should make a human happier and healthier. He prides himself on keeping it simple and trusting the process.
Sanj is currently pursuing a PhD in Positive Psychology and Wellbeing at Swansea University and is a co-author of ‘How to Be a WELL BEING – Unofficial Rules to Live Every Day’. He is the inventor of our world famous ‘Wellbeing Workout’.