Martiquet helps leaders embrace the incredible potential of gatherings as a memorable way of creating human connections. He is passionate about promoting psychological safety, social bonding, and fun to improve mental health planet-wide. He has recently returned from a multi-country tour where he truly whetted his skills as ‘The Party Scientist'. Jacques believes that journaling is the secret to progressive incline in one's well-being and that deep talk can lead to the type of relationships we all crave.
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Effect on Emotions
- I don't get upset at myself and angry at myself for experiencing depth dips in my state and I accept that I am not to blame. I can't blame myself for my emotional experience.
Thoughts on Breathing
- I take conscious breaths throughout the day. And I find that that helps me be less absent-minded. And it helps me be more receptive to human experiences to trigger ideas. So yeah, one breath at a time throughout the day, especially when those difficult triggers come up. The Party Scientist
- Bullying happens during adulthood as well. When I was in high school, I was really short. I was an excluded kid and it was not a safe environment to be yourself. That's what blows my mind when our brains are in critical development. That's when the quality of our relationships and friendships and connections with others are the least secure.
- So if we really want to fix these intractable problems in society, we need to address the quality of relationships that are present in children and in teenagers.
- So I'm gonna give you an example that actually happened recently. So 2021, I'm just coming out of a business partnership with two of my co-founders. And one of my co-founders, he's like a brother to me, we went to a festival, I brought him on to the main stage of a festival.
- They're in my men's group, two of these men are brothers to me. And they plan their first ever retreat. They don't invite me. They don't explain why they haven't invited me. And then they asked to use my speaker for the retreat. And they invited people who they're not even friends with.
- It really hurt like, I haven't experienced that level of hurt. That's the greatest form of ostracization I've experienced because it was people I trusted, people who I thought were my best friends.
- Essentially, they had no idea. They were totally incompetent. They had no intention to be malicious.
- How could mindfulness have helped? I think it's more conscious empathy or conscious forecasting of other people's feelings that would have been helpful. The Party Scientist
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