Mental Wealth
The key to unlocking your true potential
Mental Wealth

Mental Wealth is the key to unlocking your true potential. It’s the basis for maximising your mental and physical wellbeing, giving you the platform to grow both professionally and personally.

There’s just one question: What actually is “Mental Wealth”?

Mental Wealth Explained

Mental Wealth is a phrase coined by Mike Pagan. Some might see this as simply a play on mental health. It’s true: it is all about cultivating a much more positive approach to your entire mental wellbeing.

However, Mental Wealth goes beyond just being a tool or advice for improving your mental health. It is a complete lifestyle change, one that is all about putting the foundations in place to achieve your goals. It focuses on mental health, coaching, self-care, fitness, and support.

The latter point, support, is a key component of the entire Mental Wealth philosophy. In the same way an F1 driver wouldn’t be able to make it around the course without the right support, you will fail to succeed when going it alone. That’s the harsh reality.

Mental Wealth Explained

Mental Wealth is a phrase coined by Mike Pagan. Some might see this as simply a play on mental health. It’s true: it is all about cultivating a much more positive approach to your entire mental wellbeing.

However, Mental Wealth goes beyond just being a tool or advice for improving your mental health. It is a complete lifestyle change, one that is all about putting the foundations in place to achieve your goals. It focuses on mental health, coaching, self-care, fitness, and support.

The latter point, support, is a key component of the entire Mental Wealth philosophy. In the same way an F1 driver wouldn’t be able to make it around the course without the right support, you will fail to succeed when going it alone. That’s the harsh reality.

The Right Support Network

You can easily build a support network. All you have to do is jump on Facebook or another relevant social media platform, create a group, open it up to the public, and voila: you have a collection of people to bounce off and share ideas. There’s just one issue: this support network is going to be lacking. It won’t feature the people that truly have your back, the ones that will push you forward towards the success you hope to achieve.

You have to zone in on the people that matter. Once the right support team has surrounded you, they can give you the advice, guidance, and feedback that will see you prosper – whether personally or professionally. A carefully constructed inner circle is also one you can trust, which means you won’t ignore their actions or assistance, and you will deliver the actions you commit to.

The Four Stages to a Mental Wealth Network
You can easily build a support network

Make no mistake: putting together a quality support network is a challenge. Having the right Mental Wealth team will create the equivalent for you for cooking up a three-course Michelin star meal for a food critic. The effort is worth it for the benefits it serves up on your plate.

To create a complete, fully functioning Mental Wealth team, you require four main elements. These are:

Self-Care Team
Self-care is all about placing yourself at number one. It’s selfish in its approach, yes, but it is necessary to do what is right for you on a personal level. This could be exercise, painting, video games – basically, any occasional activity where you can switch off from your normal day-to-day routine. As for the team aspect, only socialise with those that have a positive influence on your self-care. This could be everything from a close friend to a personal trainer.
The Coach
A coach has the ability to push you beyond what you thought was possible. For instance, you might only be able to do 15 push-ups on your own, but if a coach is watching over you and firing out a healthy dosage of motivation, that number is likely to jump to 30 and beyond. Whether a personal or business coach, they will encourage you, uncover your self-sabotage tendencies, help with breaking bad habits and ensure you achieve more.
Professional Team
A professional team will be different depending on the individual. For a few examples, they could include an accountant, financial wealth manager and legal representative. Their importance as part of your Mental Wealth team is simple: they cover the gaps. If you’re not a specialist at balancing the books or analysing a 50-page contract, the professionals can take this on. They’ll also be there to offer expert advice when required, remove the emotional biases from some of your decision making so you make the right choices.
Mastermind Group
Also known as a peer support group, it can be highly beneficial to interact with like-minded individuals. You can challenge your ideas and opportunities, receiving feedback and solutions that will give you greater clarity on finding the right route to take. After all, multiple brains are always better than one.
Asking for Help is Not a Weakness

Remember: it’s not weak to go out there and ask for help. In fact, it is much the opposite. Also, don’t underestimate the willingness people have to supply the assistance you seek. If you can get over the hurdle of asking for help, you are much closer to building a dream Mental Wealth team.

You also don’t have to go far for coaching and Mastermind Groups. Simply get in touch with us today!

Mike Explains Mental Wealth
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