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Here you will find various articles on life coaching, stress management and happiness.
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Is your mobile taking over your life? Is it always with you and do you constantly check it for messages and updates? Can you leave work behind or do you check for work emails in the evenings and weekends? If your smart and mobile tech is taking over then this video will help you.
I thought I’d share this useful article and video from Business Minded, which gives some guidance on how to manage stress levels when things don’t go according to plan or as you’d expected. I hope you enjoy it!
It was great to help the University of York’s Student Recruitment & Admissions Team with some stress management tips for visiting GCSE students.
Had a lovely morning helping Emerald Publishing kick-off their Wellbeing Week with a session on managing pressures and challenges at work.
I had a great time last week with the lovely people at Carers Leeds where I delivered a workshop on managing stress and finding time to look after yourself.
I recently contributed to an article for Lufthansa, which shares a few ideas on practicing mindfulness when travelling for business Many of my clients travel regularly for business and sometimes find that aspects of travel can lead to additional pressure, stress or fatigue – they’ve found that investing in a few “mindful moments” can be …
My latest tip helps you to develop the ability to refocus and calm your mind during busy, stressful or overwhelming days.
My latest tip helps you to feel calmer and more confident – in only 2 minutes!
A great tip – learn to be kinder to yourself and you’ll increase your resilience, feel better, improve your performance and progress to your goals faster. Here are some lovely exercises which will develop your supportive side, improve your self-compassion and reduce your self-judgement.
We often forget how important and valuable we are – especially when life and work are hectic. I wanted to share some thoughts I’d had on the value of you as a colleague, employee and person – and some ideas on how we can all contribute to creating a more meaningful and happier workplace.