Wallace J Nichols is a marine biologist and author of ‘Blue Mind: How water makes you happier, more connected and better at what you do.’

In this episode of True Business, Wallace introduces us to the simple and powerful concept of Blue Mind as a barometer of your emotional and mental state. He explains why we receive inspiration so effortlessly by the ocean and why, with the pandemic of anxiety, stress and burn out in business, water is even more vital to our success in business.

On his own True Business journey, Wallace shares that his purpose has evolved from saving sea turtles from extinction, to creating a new water story for the human race. His message? Find your blue mind medicine. Teach your kids under stress to go to the water.

Extra Links & Resources

Wallace J Nichols

Find Blue Mind on Facebook Instagram

True Business School

The Antigua Retreat

I love to write about...

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

What they say

“Kat prodded my intuitive thinking into reality. I created a better working space and products and generated more income for my business.”

Nancy Feely, owner, Island Fresh Market

“Kat’s like a spark plug. You come away ignited.”

Wendy Richmond, founder, Yellow Bicycle PR

“’It is enjoyable to make things visible, which are invisible’ – Eric Cantona. This quote speaks volumes about you Kat. You are an inspiration now and always.”

Dave Cobban, Director, Nike Sustainable Business and Innovation

“The greatest gift from True Business has been simplicity. It has allowed my offerings to emerge and they are all things I never thought I’d be able to do as work. Photography and taking people into Nature feel so obvious as they are part of me. The business I needed to bring to the world has now been allowed to emerge.”

Edward Pike, Spiritual Mentor, Photographer & Writer

“Kat brings out courage due to her own sense of bravery in allowing creativity to be used as a powerful force for positive change.”

Noelle Adcock-Mcelya