Our team at Regional Men’s Health talk to a lot of blokes, the other important side to this is we also do a lot of listening. Comments that often come up, especially from men of the older generation is I wish I had spent more time with my kids, or... read more →
Political correctness is a doctrine which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a bit of shit by the clean end. In my opinion, political correctness is a major inhibiting factor when interpreting bureaucracy and applying common sense (often the ingredient missing out of lots... read more →
There are times in business when it’s all go, whether it’s on the farm during seeding and harvest or meeting deadlines at work. It may mean working longer than normal hours and possibly becoming sleep deprived. A lack of sleep not only reduces our ability to perform work effectively, it... read more →
Empowering men to take responsibility for their wellbeing and health, that’s our core focus here at The Regional Men’s Health Initiative. We do this in light of the adverse statistics that represent men’s health in general and the notion that for a large proportion of men developing their health knowledge... read more →
Bowls WA (BWA) is pleased to announce a two-year extension of the partnership with The Regional Men’s Health Initiative (RMHI). Through the Talk to a Mate® program over thirty (30) country bowling clubs have already benefitted from RMHI staff attending and delivering educational sessions to improve the health and well-being... read more →
A statement I often find myself saying to family members, friends, and individuals I interact with through the work we do at Regional Men’s Health is look after yourself mate! This message does come from a genuine place of concern for these people and encompasses a key component of our... read more →
Discussion on what the imperatives are for a successful progression/succession plan. You have to own your progression plan and remember communication, communication, communication!
I was speaking with a bloke not long ago, Joe, who was feeling really frustrated when trying to help a mate who was avoiding Joe’s attempts at support and refusing to seek help, even though he was obviously in some emotional distress. As is often the case Joe felt powerless... read more →
We talk about who the stakeholders are, why they should all be involved in farm progression/succession planning, the importance of identifying what the different generations' stakeholders want and how we reach an understanding. This progression process is unashamedly about the older generation first.
Anxiety is an umbrella term for feelings of fear, nervousness, apprehensiveness or worry such as negative thoughts and seeing potential threats where they don’t exist. Everybody gets anxious at times and some anxiety helps us to function well. But anxiety can become a problem when: It happens too often; It... read more →