Engaged in Conversation with... Natasha Jones, author of Mandemic

By: Dan Bond
01 February 2022

A new edition of our Engaged in Conversation podcasts has gone live. In this episode, Engage's CEO Phil Wedgwood talks to Natasha Jones, lawyer, entrepreneur and author, about her book Mandemic and what led her to focus on mental health and wellbeing based on her experiences in the legal sector.

The book talks about 32 good habits to improve mental health and wellbeing.

 

For over 20 years Natasha has helped organisations achieve success through their people as an employment lawyer and business owner. She was called to be a lawyer to help others following her study of human nature in psychology and as a result of her lifelong intrigue in what makes people 'tick'.

After being in the masculine energy of 'success' during her time as a lawyer over a twenty-year period, she observed that those she worked and socialised with were in the typically 'man's world' of law and business.

After observing the terrible effect that life-changing events can incur on people, Natasha began to see more clearly and closely the struggle to grieve and come to terms with the 'rug being pulled from under' a person. Increasingly, she begun to empathise with individuals-typically men-who seemed to never allow themselves to develop skills around self care and wellbeing. From there, she began a journey of passion to inspire resilience and help people-including clients, friends, and husbands of friends-to find the tools to cope with devastating life circumstances.
 

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Engaged in Conversation is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and other major podcast providers.

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