“But only recently, I felt like I’ve needed to engage others to help me in my professional and personal life. People to mentor me. Life coaches, if you will. For anything troubling on a deeper personal level, there’s always therapy. But I, like many others, are navigating an uncertain future in our industry…”
“When I noticed some people hitting it harder than ever I decided to jump in and have a chat with these guys…nothing heavy, just checking in and seeing how everything was going.” – Nick Miles from Lucky Duck Club in Brisbane
Raj Nagra from BBO quotes Mike Tyson who was once the most feared man on the planet: “Fear is just like fire; it can be useful if you know how to use it. If not, you’ll get burnt.”
Incorporating exercise into your daily routine has been proven to positively impact mood while decreasing levels of stress, anxiety and depression, says Bartender Boxing Organisation Founder, Raj Nagra.
“When you have situations like this, this is where really interesting sort of flash evolutions happen, especially socially,” says Daniel Noble from Old Mate’s Place.
It’s hard to believe that what we’re already in our fourth year at the Bartender Boxing Organization. We love the great sport of boxing. It provides us with what we think is one of the most effective vehicles to support better mental and physical health for people in our industry.