Poppy Jamie - The Art of Flexible Thinking

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In this video, Poppy Jamie shows us the art of flexible thinking as a solution to today’s information overload. Jamie proposes a need for an internal upgrade. On average, we check our phones 75-400 times a day just to be up to date. Consequently, this is leading to attention switching. If we want to improve our overall well-being, we need to prioritize our thought health. 

Poppy Jamie is an entrepreneur, influencer, and rising star in the mental health and mindfulness space. She is the founder of the mental wellbeing app and corresponding product line Happy Not Perfect. She has also co-founded the fashion accessories brand Pop & Suki with actress Suki Waterhouse.

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Founder of Happy Not Perfect, Co-Founder of Pop & Suki, and Happiness Expert

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Poppy Jamie is an entrepreneur, influencer, and rising star in the happiness, mental health, and mindfulness space. She is the founder of the mental wellbeing company and app Happy Not Perfect – a source to better brain health. A deeply personal project combining behavioral scientific research, inspiration from her mother, and real life-experience, she created Happy Not Perfect to inspire and empower people to take control of their mental health through products, services, and experiences. As organizations worldwide grapple with how to manage the growing mental health crisis, Poppy provides a clear path to overcoming uncertainty, fears of rejection, anxiety, and burnout to find peace with the past and create a happier, healthier future. She is also author of the anticipated book Happy Not Perfect.