Mental Wealth: Harnessing the Psychology of Success

As an expert in motivational speaking, mental health speaking, corporate training and life coaching, Joyce Marter recently spoke around the country on the topic of mental wealth to both corporate audiences and counselors.

As business owners, counselors, professionals, parents, friends and people, it is key to understand that we, ourselves, need to be our best in order to be able to take care of anyone else. This is where mental wealth comes in.

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Psychology techniques to increase mental wealth

The following keys are what Joyce notes as vital in increasing your own mental wealth, whether personally or professionally. She indicates that they are universal truths that she has seen through her work with clients over the past 20 years and she, herself, puts them into place in her own life.

  1. Self-Awareness

Having self-awareness means understanding why we do the things we do and having a firm grip on our belief systems and how we come across to others.

  1. Presence

Being present refers to having peace in the present moment without second-guessing the past or worrying about the future.

  1. Responsibility

When we take responsibility for ourselves and not place blame on our past experiences, how we were raised, etc., we can move forward knowing that we are ultimately responsible for our lives and the choices we make.

  1. Compassion

When we are compassionate and empathetic toward others (and ourselves) we can help to better communicate and manage conflict with those in our lives.

  1. Self-Love

Self-love is key to helping not only ourselves, but others. When we embrace self-love, we can actively help those who want or need our help.

  1. Support

Having a supportive network both personally and professionally, being able to ask your network for help when you need it and identifying any toxic people in your life is key to mental wealth.

  1. Essence

Our Essence is our true spirit and deals with letting go of the ego and allowing our authenticity and vulnerability to be seen.

  1. Detachment

Detachment refers to the ability to mindfully separate oneself from our thoughts, feelings and even others and simply “watching” things from a safe place.

  1. Positivity

This key refers to changing our thinking and self-talk in order to change our lives.

  1. Vision

Here, Joyce shares the importance of mapping out our own way and creating a 1-3-5 year plan both personally and professionally.

  1. Resilience

Resilience is the ability to move forward despite setbacks and challenges.

  1. Abundance

Abundance is the belief that there is more than enough to go around for everyone, and the good you put out into the world will come back to you.

Acclaimed Advocate, Entrepreneur and Licensed Therapist

Joyce Marter, Licensed Therapist and National Speaker and founder of Urban Balance, has been helping lead businesses, individuals and even other counselors to success through her customized training sessions, written work and keynote speeches for two decades.

As a CEO and business owner, Joyce has grown her practice to one of the largest in the country. She also serves as Adjunct Faculty at Northwestern University’s Family Institute and acts as a Clinical Supervisor. From employee assistance programs to addiction to mental health resources and destigmatizing mental health issues, Joyce is a tireless advocate for these important issues that affect so many.

Her work has touched 1 billion people in over 11 countries, and she continues to be sought out as a subject matter expert by the likes of CNN, The Wall Street Journal, MTV and more.

If you would like to learn more about how Joyce can impact you or your organization, please contact her today.