Edward Cabello leads his Mindset training from a broad foundation of experience and expertise in the field.

The Mindful Warrior - Edward Cabello

Edward Cabello made his mark as an undercover police officer in the NSW Police Force in the early 90s, where he began his journey into the field of stress management. During a critical incident where shots were fired, he learned first hand the effects of physical and psychological stress. He left the Police Force in 2000 after serving with distinction and garnering numerous awards including a Bravery Medal.

After leaving the NSW Police. Edward was diagnosed with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). At the time, Edward was practicing Internal Martial Arts. This led to a 25-year journey in the study of three very rare forms of Chinese martial arts: Tai Chi Chuan, Hsing-I and Ba Gua, allowing him to fine-tune his ability to deal with stress. These practices also led him to research the latest the discoveries in the area of Mindset Dynamics. He started with one simple question; Why do some people succeed while others don't? 

He is now recognised as a dynamic, authentic speaker, and a leading authority in the field of Stress Management, Peak Performance and wellness. Currently studying Kundalini Meditation, Edward continues to study  Mindset Dynamics, exploring the power of breath energy and the focused mind, where he continues to push the boundaries of mind management.


Edward has worked with thousands of clients from companies like AMP and Citigroup, and in particular with business leaders who have lost the balance in their lives. He works on a one on one basis, or in group sessions, with his main goal to help people attain health, happiness and success in all areas of life.

Edward has led workshops on:

  • Stress management and Peak performance
  • Inspiring leadership
  • Dealing with change in the workplace.

Committed to working with young people, in particular with youth in Juvenile Detention. In 2008, Edward developed a programme called Turnaround, incorporating fitness, health activities and mentoring. In 2010, the program saw its first graduate, a young man able to re-enter the community, who is now employed and in a stable relationship, making a positive contribution to society.

Edward’s legacy is to plant a seed of health and wellbeing into the minds of the next generation of entrepreneurs so that they can truly enjoy the fruits of their labour.

His motto is “ there's no wealth without health ”.


Why your workplace should be mentally healthy.

Medibank Private commissioned research* has found that healthy employees are three times more productive than not-so-healthy employees. These unhealthy employees take nine times more sick leave than their healthy counterparts.

Beyondblue has gathered statistics that demonstrate that 1 in 5 Australian employees are likely to experience a mental health condition at some point during their working life. Untreated depression results in over 6 million working days lost each year, a huge burden on employers.

From a financial viewpoint, the cost of stress on the Australian economy is up around $10 billion per year, however PWC research** shows that $2.30 is the return on investment for every $1 invested in creating a mentally healthy workplace.