Find out how ex-Wallabies player, Clyde Rathbone tackles men’s mental health and running a business, and the importance of having supportive mates you can talk to.

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Every November the whole month is dedicated to raising awareness of men’s health issues, with a specific focus on prostate cancer, testicular cancer and men’s mental health.

Watch our video below with Clyde Rathbone, former Wallabies player and owner of his own small business Karma, talking with David Burroughs, leading workplace psychologist on men’s mental health and being in business.

Clyde shares his tips on how to keep mental health a priority when running a small business, starting with the value of taking time out for yourself. Having played international rugby and now owning his own wellbeing business, he shares his personal insights into the similarities between elite sports and running a business – including the need to switch off and be proactive about asking for help.

For more information and to find out ways you can get involved, visit the Movember website.

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