Founders solve problems, so when James' mental health was the problem he looked for a solution.

Founders solve problems, so when James' mental health was the problem he looked for a solution.

James Routledge, founder of Sanctus, is encouraging us to talk about mental health - so that's exactly what we're doing on this podcast.
As James correctly states, we all have mental health. James Routledge is founder of Sanctus, and author of "Mental Health at Work", a book that will be released next week, on the 30th September. Here we get a very honest insight into James' journey from would-be tech entrepreneur to author - with bumps along the way.

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