MindFi’s Global Mastermind Challenge (GMC) is a 100-day mental wellness journey of fun & fitness to foster “fit minds” and healthier workforces. The GMC celebrates World Mental Health Day (Oct 10, 2020) and aims to educate organisations on the importance of Corporate Mental Wellness and its impact on productivity and healthcare costs.
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of the challenge participants experienced wellbeing improvements
increase in individual WHO wellbeing scores for challenge participants
What employees have to say
“MindFi is an amazing app, which has been very helpful for me in the past few weeks, increasing my capacity to deal with self-isolation and to remain focused on my tasks through the day. Being mindful helps you become fully engaged in activities and creates a greater capacity to deal with adverse events. “
“I had never imagined even an app like these could provide mental stability. It has helped me in maintaining calm during tense situations and has made me more resilient.”
“The focus mode encourages people to intentionally set aside a few minutes just to focus on the present moment and not be distracted by incoming messages and notifications. It helps to clear up the mind and regain clarity before moving on to the next task for the day.”
“Three months of clocking and it feels like I added another year to my life. Less time in a world where we #DoItForTheGram and more #MeTime.”
Have being stayed at home for more than two months since circuit breaker, and I think I almost got cabin fever until mindfulness app is introduced. After trying breathe, mood and focus in MindFi app, they helped to pull me out from negative mood, and unwind myself physically and mentally. Will continue to clock my happiness as one of WFH toolkit to adapt to the new norm.
You’ll be in good company
Interview with a Mastermind
This episode of “The Masterminds” features Professor Kua Ee Heok, Professor in Psychiatry and Neuroscience from NUS School of Medicine. Prof Kua shares his journey of fighting the mental health stigma in Singapore, his war stories, and most importantly, his tried-and-tested Seven Habits to Combat Anxiety.