The 10-Code Mindset Stay Alive and Thriving

The 10-Code Mindset Stay Alive and Thriving
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1Module 1
Recorded on: 2024-04-25
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First responders and criminal justice professionals face different types of pressure and stress that just happens to be inherent in the profession. This webinar explores effective tactics for maintaining mental health through easily implemented habits that can be built upon into daily routines.

Leading the discussion is Scott Medlin, who served as a sworn officer for 15 years and a member of the US Marine Corps. He is the owner of L.E.O. Motivation LLC and creator of the rising YouTube channel and podcast, “The 10 Code Mindset”. He also published several books, including “Mental Health Fight Of The Heroes in Blue”, “101 Health Tips for Police Officers”,  and “Truths Beyond the Police Academy”.

Points Scott covered in this session include:

  • The prevalence of mental health issues in US adults, and the even higher risk for first responders which requires a shift from a problem-focused to a solutions-centered approach.
  • The default negative bias of the brain which emphasizes the need to be more intentional in cultivating self-awareness and seeking positive experiences to build resilience.
  • Mindset: How it shapes our reality and how it can be shifted to foster growth and development.
  • Habits: How it exists in our subconscious, its power to facilitate accomplishing goals, guidelines to build better habits, and make it sustainable.
  • A rundown of implementable and sustainable strategies that leverage habits and mindset toward better outcomes.
    • Journaling: A habit with the ability to shape our mindset, gain clarity, and reframe how we see and do things.
    • Meditation: How building this habit can be transformative in shifting our mindset, guidelines on how to practice meditation, and its benefits.
    • Exercise: Its positive impact on both physical and mental health.
    • Sleep: Pointers to improve sleep hygiene and reap the benefits of sleep in terms of productivity and overall well-being.
    • Reading: The type of reading material to consume and how doing so stimulates the mind and fosters personal growth.
  • The importance of not letting your role be your identity, and the pitfalls of doing so.

Topics raised during the Q&A are on:

  • Repetitions required to form a habit.
  • Book recommendations for couples working in criminal justice.
  • Statistics mentioned in the webinar.
  • Leveraging habits to combat addiction.
  • The importance of prioritizing family over work obligations.
  • Maintaining discipline without overwhelming oneself.
  • Overcoming mental fatigue at the end of the day.

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Audience Comments

  • “We need to be aware of our minds and body, we are not perfect. I really like this saying.”
  • “This topic was excellent and I enjoyed the different ways to help with your mental health.”
  • “Love the links for books and real-world concepts of applications of suggestions!”
  • “I almost did not have time to do this webinar but am so glad I did. There was some great information that I think will be very helpful.”
  • “This was much needed, inspirational, informative, and one of the BEST HOURS of my day today!!! Thank You, Scott.”
  • “I loved the energy and knowledge of the presenter. He really kept my attention and interest in the subject matter. Great Job. Thank You.”
  • “The speaker was very knowledgeable in the subject and kept my interest during the presentation.”
  • “The uses of the mind are very underutilized.”
  • “VERY, VERY, VERY, GOOD WEBINAR I THINK WE CAN ALL RELATE TO THIS VIDEO.”
  • “This was a powerful and helpful Webinar. I appreciate the information and openess of the Presenter.”
  • “Scott’s presentation was confirmation for me. I thank him for the information and motivation to get back to those necessary daily habits that increase our positive mindset.”

 

 

 

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