Finding the Answers Inside Yourself, Dave Lee

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Ex Builder Turned Mental Health Campaigner

Ten years ago, Dave Lee was working as a builder. He was depressed, drinking heavily and attempted to end his life. Recovering, he looked for answers. Eventually he realised that he could only find those insights and answers inside himself. He describes the difference between the ‘personal mind’ and the ‘open mind’. An open mind, he says, allows us to see infinite possibilities. Now Dave helps others in business raise awareness of mental health issues through his company A Deeper Understanding ltd.

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