New book by local author makes Mindfulness simple with practical guide on how to thrive in today's world

South African stress levels up 56% in recent survey


After the loss, uncertainty and turbulence of the past two years, a new book titled Mindfulness, How to stay sane in an insane world is making mindfulness easy and accessible to all.

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Best-selling author Helen Nicholson Helen has distilled her own business and personal lessons to provides a valuable, practical approach on not just how to cope, but how to thrive in today’s world.


In the book, Helen unpacks how to incorporate intentional strategic recovery into your day. Mindfulness, How to stay sane in an insane world provides uncomplicated insight into the neuroscience behind mindfulness, movement and sleep. Additionally, the author explains how to “sleep” your way to the top, how to practically “do” mindfulness amidst a busy life and how to deal with your change dragons (issues you need to face in order to reach your full potential).


Furthermore, the book shares insight into the mindfulness and resilience tool-kit that tech companies like Google, Apple, Facebook and LinkedIn are equipping their teams with to ensure that they remain future-fit and relevant.


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Helen Nicholson has been called the “Networking Queen” by many of her clients. She began her career as an accountant and has evolved into the founder and CEO- Chief Excitement Officer of The Networking Company, where they train people on “soft skills”, the essential skills needed to take their careers to the next level. Helen is a passionate South African and was interviewed by GIBS Business School as one of South Africa’s leading female entrepreneurs.


A recent national survey conducted by a leading pharmaceutical firm and advocate for mental wellness has revealed a significant increase in psychological and emotional stress among South Africans as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The report showed that, of the people surveyed, 56% have higher levels of psychological and emotional distress than before the pandemic, 52% have trouble sleeping, 49% feel anxious, 48% frustrated, 31% depressed and a significant, while 6%, have contemplated suicide.


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“There is no doubt that we are living in extremely trying times, which have only been exacerbated by the pandemic. The good news is that mindfulness practice can help to reduce stress, improve concentration, enhance peace of mind, and can help us relate to others and ourselves with kindness, acceptance and compassion,”


said Nicholson. 


“I hope this book will enable more South Africans to benefit from the simplicity of mindfulness and lead fulfilled lives.”


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Mindfulness: How to Stay Sane in an Insane World is now available in major bookstores, online and on Amazon.

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