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GROWL MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES

Mental health and well-being are a huge part of GROWL. As founders and leaders in an always on industry, we have personal experience with poor mental well-being, which is why we believe that self-care should always come first. Whether that means coloring to decompress after work or taking a personal day, having a positive state of mind helps us keep positive and stay productive.

To help us connect as business leaders, business owners, and community members, we’re sharing a few resources including helplines, GROWL blogs, and our GROWL coloring book.

Remember, it’s ok not to be ok.

GROWL’s mental wellness resources

4 1/2 Ways to Improve Mental Health

4 1/2 Ways to Improve Mental Health

Our daily lives are full of situations and demands that tax our minds and bodies, making improving mental health essential. According to a Gallup poll, 94% of American workers are stressed because...

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Getting Your Mind Right to Grow Your Business

Getting Your Mind Right to Grow Your Business

Joined by former NFL safety and inspirational business leader, Jon McGraw, we will explore how to train your mind, and business, for change. As we enter a new “normal,” it’s more critical than ever to focus on goal-setting, mindfulness, and resiliency to find success and growth in our businesses.

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Stay calm and color on with GROWL’s coloring book!

COVID-19

The COVID-19 epidemic has touched nearly every area of our lives, changing not only how we physically interact with each other, but it has also had a profound effect on our psyche. This uncertainty, though felt by all of us, can have a particularly pronounced effect on business owners trying to keep the lights on and paychecks rolling for their employees. It is critical that business owners and employees alike remain in contact with each other and continue to ask if they are staying healthy, both physically and mentally.

If you or someone you know are in need of help, don’t
hesitate to reach out to these helplines, or your community.