These three reilience tips are highly unusual but all tried and tested. They make it simple to get started and they can have a HUGE impact.
There are many reasons why anxiety can attach itself to your job or career. We live in a time of high expectations and job-stress. Here are some ideas to help you bounce back.
The effects of conflict are damaging. If you care about your quality of life then you should be able to feel confident about dealing with conflict.
My new approach to stress management means participants 'get it' quickly and easily. Learning by doing – with few words and no theory – is more effective, more fun, and unavoidably beneficial.
Healthy workplalce culture has to be worked at and maintained. I often come across staff who blame the managers, and managers who blame employees. The fact is, everyone is responsible for their own behaviour, and it all conributes to the culture. The thing to remember is that rudeness and lack of consideration are toxic to any relationship, and work is no exception.
The impact of too little sleep may seem obvious. After all, we all know when we are tired, don't we? Well, no, not always. One of the sneaky effects of accumulated sleep-loss is that we stop recognising the signs. Sleep debt builds without us being aware of it.
The idea that to be successful you must not take a break, you must push yourself hard, permeates westernised cultures. But that's not resilience.
We all know the importance of routine for quality sleep. But some of our habits around bedtime have unintended, negative, affects.
This is different from HAVING a purpose. That's big picture stuff which is OK as far as it goes, but less likely to influence the here and now. Acting with purpose is not quite the same as having a purpose. For one thing, it has more immediate impact, so you get to see the results more quickly.
It doesn’t take much to upset out sleep patterns, but equally, it doesn’t take much to restore healthy sleep,