Like the famous Bill Murray movie “Groundhog Day”, you may be in a position where the repetitive nature of life at the moment is stifling.
In the film Phil Connors (Bill) wakes to the same day time and time again through fluctuating states of anguish and contentment.
Or maybe you are...
Happy Wednesday Folks!
Here’s a positive little article for you on this hump day
Did you hear the one about butter?
I can’t tell you – you will only spread it
Shawn Achor is a positive psychologist whose research shows that success in the workplace...
Sometimes our busy brains can work against us.
Being aware of these three mental blindspots could be a productivity game changer for you.
There are only 3 simple things which I recommend to kickstart your day on a positive note. Only choose one to begin with...
To get the blood flowing and energy going it is a great idea to incorporate some form of movement into that morning routine. As little as 3-5 minutes could help....
A good night's sleep starts way earlier in the day than you expect.
There are four simple actions you can take during your day to improve sleep that night.
It's easier to replace an old unhealthy habit with a newer and healthier one rather than going cold turkey.
Giving up cigarettes for example, it's a good idea to put in a new habit like stretching or grabbing a healthy tea when you would have usually gone for that fag at 11.00 or 16.00.
Take Time Off: Sometimes it's impossible to see the wood from the trees when you are immersed/disengaged from your daily life. By continuing to POWER THROUGH you will exacerbate things. Clear some time to get in a better headspace whether it's taking a few days, weeks or months away from...
I will be running a series of short articles on burnout - what it is, how to avoid it and how to recover from it.
Let's begin with a definition:
Burnout is a state of physical, emotional and mental exhausation as a result of prolonded stress. You will notice it by feelings of overwhelm or as if...
Here are some potential reasons why a lot of people are reaching a point of exhausation and have to take an enforced break.