At Class of Hyde, we put great focus on the mindset for success. I am, personally, a huge advocate for supporting the development of young people’s mindsets whilst they have incredible neuroplasticity. Class of Hyde aims to support our young people for the best chance of a successful and happy future. However, I also acknowledge that for some young people, developing the mindset for success and a vision for their future may feel like a huge leap from where their mental health may currently be feeling. As Class of Hyde develops, I aim to include conversations surrounding mental health, by talking to those who volunteer with mental health charities, and to those who have experienced mental health challenges, to share their stories with young people. I know for some young people, the very best achievement they may be presently aiming for is getting through the day. I understand that everyone is at different points in regards to their mental health, and although some of the mindset development topics may seem like a stretch, they may not always feel that way. I am not medically trained nor a mental health practitioner but please know that at Class of Hyde we never wish to overlook those who are in different places with their mental health, and as Class of Hyde develops we will endeavor to incorporate lots of different conversations to support those at different stages. Now, of course, I am not implying that if you are experiencing any type of mental health challenges, you cannot develop the mindset for success in whatever career, lifestyle, or future you desire, everyone should have just as much opportunity to develop the skills for success in their chosen career and the conversations may encourage different skill development. However please know that I, and many of those who I am interviewing acknowledge that there will be young people listening, reading, or watching, thinking this feels like a million miles from how I feel, or can even contemplate feeling. You would be surprised by the number of successful people who have had those thoughts and feelings too. None of us are professing to offer mental health advice, however, we will endeavor to keep at the forefront of our minds, the different places young people can be in terms of their mental health when producing our content. But I wanted to share a message from us, you do not have less of a chance of success than anyone else.