We spend a lot of our time trying to impress other people (or even ourselves) in various ways. We’ll build a career that we may not love and buy items that we don’t necessarily need…
I am a professional speaker, and that has me on the road a lot – for business. So, dedicated vacations can be very difficult to find time for. However, since I do have to take business trips why not use that time in a multitasking way — work and respite combined?
Stress can be a big part of being a manager or CEO of a company. Many people rely on you from employees to customers and even stockholders. That stress can sometimes develop into anxiety and depression.
Starting your own business is not exactly a walk in the park. You need resources, a clear plan of what you want to achieve, and the ability and willingness to work hard, day in and day out, whether or not you feel like it.
Wait, what? Isn’t your life perfect? Well, welcome to the club! In fact, the brutal truth of the matter is that no one’s is. Although that probably doesn’t make you feel that much better. However, there are some strategies that will.
The words “peace” and “divorce” do not appear to go hand in hand. But when you are getting divorced and you are going through the trials and tribulations of emotional turmoil, financial difficulty…
Do you keep finding that you get into work, check your emails and then all of a sudden it’s lunchtime, and you’ve done nothing? Where does the time go and are you making the most of the time you have?
Whether you’re handling demanding clients or rushing to meet tight deadlines, the modern workplace can feel stressful and hectic. For business owners, creating a peaceful atmosphere is a challenge of every day.
All of us would love to have more working hours in the day. Whilst there may not be the opportunity for more hours in the day, it might be possible to make the most of what you do have.
Many men believe that they do not have to take part in self care. There’s a perception that to be strong means to be without emotion, and this means that feelings get swept under the rug rather than being openly dealt with, eventually leading to a very low quality of life.