MANAGE WHAT MATTERS

Leaders discuss managing what matters

Interview with Craig Bellamy
“I’ve seen a big change in the NRL with mental health; it’s OK to say I’m not OK and it’s OK to go and see a professional about your issues and I’d hope that is the same in society as well.”
Interview with Craig Bellamy
Interview with Lieutenant General Peter Leahy
“It’s about being honest and knowing that Psychological support isn’t a sign of weakness. When I left the Army after 37 years I sought Psychological support in my transition. It made a positive contribution to my health, my family’s health and welfare.”
Interview with Lieutenant General Peter Leahy
Interview with Perry Cross
“I accessed professional mental health support and it didn’t take long to realise where my problems were and put in place strategies to help me manage better.”
Interview with Perry Cross
Interview with Zac Seidler
Dating is similar to finding the right psychologist, it’s a work in progress, and assuming you’re going to match with someone immediately isn’t the case,  It’s a matter of understanding that it takes time to find the right fit.
Interview with Zac Seidler
Interview with John Brogden
‘Like so many things in life you bury issues and they don’t go away; they just explode at some stage. And that’s what happened to me..’
Interview with John Brogden
Interview with Jennifer Cummins
“It’s a complicated story in 2020 and we need innovative ways for men to connect to get the help they need.”
Interview with Jennifer Cummins
Interview with Luke Foster
We begin to forget about the things in life that matter most – YOU, and being a better partner, father, son, brother and friend. During these difficult times, it can be hard to recognise how to improve your life to manage what truly matters.
Interview with Luke Foster