Mental Health Spotlight: Dan Murray-Serter

“A healthier brain leads to a happier life. If you have more healthy habits than bad ones, you will ultimately be healthier and happier. But having healthy habits is hard….” 

For our final episode of our Mental Health mini-series, we look back on our conversation with the brilliant Dan Murray-Serter, serial entrepreneur, Co-Founder of Heights and host of the popular Secret Leaders podcast

In today’s episode, Dan shares some candid insights into Heights, including: 

  • How struggling with Insomnia led him down the path to start Heights [00:52
  • Why supplements are such an important part of a healthy body and mind [03:50
  • Why Heights can help build healthier habits [07:49

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⛳️  Helpful links: 

➡️ Find out more about Dan – 

➡️ Check out Heights – 

➡️ Listen to Secret Leaders – 

And for helpful mental health resources, head to: 

➡️ Mental Health Foundation – 

➡️ The Samaritans can be reached on 116 123 

➡️ And for local help and support, call the Mind Infoline at 0300 123 3393 or text 86463 

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