October 28, 2018 under
"When we think about what constitutes a healthy individual, we tend to focus almost exclusively on physical health — someone who eats healthy foods, exercises regularly, and avoids bad habits like smoking. Unfortunately, this perception ignores the fact that even the most physically fit individuals can suffer from debilitating mental health issues.
World Mental Health Day falls in October, so now is a good time to discuss what business leaders and entrepreneurs are doing to prioritize their mental health and that of their employees. Mental health is important for numerous reasons, including its connection to physical health, but because it can be less outwardly visible, it is often overlooked.
'Marco Scognamiglio understands that mental health has long been a taboo subject, and he’s working to change that in his own company. “I strongly feel that you can’t positively impact an issue without first being brave enough to acknowledge its existence, no matter how sensitive the subject may be...'"
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