Emily Wright is a rising voice in Generation Z, with an eclectic background encompassing child care, education, marketing, and management, to name a few.
She has assisted in the growth of multiple small businesses, including establishment of North America’s first vegetarian grocery store, Larry’s Market, in British Columbia, Canada.
As a writer, her first book, ‘The 100 Days of Colour: Celebrating Frequetic Beauty,’ (in the works) is a firm look at the connection between algorithmic and subconscious bias, and discusses the psychology behind discrimination and how we can make positive progress in light of our biases.
Her brand, It’ll be alwright™, is the foundation of her multi-faceted business endeavours that focus on cultivating individual potential to facilitate collective healing.
The Four Stages of Thought: Thinking Your Way from Chaos to Calm
Talk Description :
Our civilization is currently faced with one of the greatest crises of this age, at the center of which rests the Mental Health Crisis.
Although being a tabooed subject for many years, mental health is being recognised more and more as a core factor of individual and collective wellbeing. Your state of mind is crucial to the success of our species (and by extension, all other Life on this planet), for the way we feel and think has ripple effects in our communities, even if they are subconscious.
As an individual who has suffered from a history of traumatic brain injuries and mental health challenges, including overthinking, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and suicidalism, I have learned a great deal about the impact and development of Thought through my healing journey.
I will be sharing one of my theories in the organisation of Thought Systems, called ‘The Four Stages of Thought’. ‘The Four Stages of Thought’ describes the progression of Thought Processes, and the way in which we can actively work with our more turbulent thoughts to reach a place of stability.