Internal Operations & Community Manager at The Wellbeing Project
Isaque Jesus is passionate about international affairs and social impact, with a special interest in strategy, project management, cooperation and development, with academic and professional experience in project management, EU affairs, strategic planning and community coordination in NGO’s.
Isaque was also an international trainer in the areas of Project Management, Decision Making and Sustainable Development, delivering training courses in 4 different continents. He enjoys working in an international and multicultural context with space to share and learn. His motivation to work for a more sustainable and prosperous world is based on the genuine interest in creating positive impact in the global community.
When Isaque is not reading or discussing geopolitics, he likes to take photographs of new places and people, or travelling to world wonders.
– What does inner wellbeing mean to you?
Inner Wellbeing to me means to feel good about myself, my connection with others, with my passions, my work and the surrounding environment.
– How would you define wellbeing in one word?
– Are there any rituals or practices you use to enhance your wellbeing?
Meditation, Regular Exercise, Healthy Eating and Active Communication with others.
– Why is it important that we prioritise individual and collective wellbeing?
Wellbeing is an individual and collective journey. One must prioritise this inner-external journey (inner for individual and external for collective – wellbeing), as it is the engine of our interactions, passions, paths and ultimately one’s legacy. It is very difficult to create a positive impact in the world without taking into consideration individual and collective wellbeing.
– Do you have any favourite books, podcasts, or articles that you believe support, promote, or educate on wellbeing and related themes?
Books: Think Like a Monk – Jay Shetty | Principles – Ray Dalio.
Podcasts: Impact Theory – Tom Bilyeu | On Purpose – Jay Shetty.