The Wellbeing One

This week’s guests are Helen Hill and Martine Bolton.
Helen is a self-employed Digital Learning and Content Designer at Unlikely Genius Ltd. 
Unlikely Genius is based on the principles of ensuring the user comes first, communicating in plain language and making content available to all, living by the mantra ‘The content you make is not for you’. She works as a contractor for eLearning agencies in the UK and Europe, plus has ongoing projects with the NHS, charities and a number of private sector clients in industries from health, to technology and media. 
Her first self-help business book, Falling off the Ladder, is out in October 2021. Helping people make the mindset shit from employment and the corporate ladder to thrive in self-employment. 
Helen lives in semi-rural West Yorkshire with the long-suffering Graham, and two extremely fluffy, diva rabbits Tiffin and Strudel. 
You can find out more about the book at and can connect with Helen via:
Martine Bolton is a trainer, coach, consultant and author of the book ‘Your Thinking is Your Superpower’.
Her business ‘Sunshine Corporate & Personal Development’ provides transformational Thinking Skills, Wellbeing and Personal Effectiveness training and coaching to businesses and organisations looking to become more agile, resilient and future-fit.
Episode Links:
You are not your body –
Ounce of prevention –
Interdisciplinary research on Wellbeing –
On Well-Being: Current Research Trends And Future Directions –
OU Research on Wellbeing –
Nature and Mental Health –
Puberty and the pressure on girls to exercise –
The Instagram Aesthetic Is Over –
Gender stereotypes and workplace bias –
Freelance Heroes –
Being Freelance podcast –
Here’s why planning a trip can help your mental health –
Find open water swimming venues –
Has the pandemic really caused a ‘tsunami’ of mental health problems? –
Owning a Cat Good for the Heart? –
Cat Owners Have Lower Heart Attack Risk, Study =
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