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Focus Time –  Maximise your Attention and Performance

| Sep 4, 2015 | blog-en, slider, Workplace Wellbeing | 0 comments

Focus Time –  Maximise your Attention and Performance

Focus Time is one of the 7 daily essential mental activities that we need to expose our mind to in order to optimise our brain and perform at our very best.

Focus time is the time that we generally devote to our job, occupation or main activity, when we closely focus on tasks in a goal-oriented way, and when we take on challenges that make deep connections in the brain. (more…)

Time-in : Find the Clarity you Need to Lead

| Aug 28, 2015 | blog-en, Mental Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

Time-in : Find the Clarity you Need to Lead

Time-In is one of the 7 daily essential mental activities that we need to expose our mind to in order to optimise our brain and perform at our very best.

The overwhelming and relentless pace of today’s business, makes it very difficult to find the right equilibrium. As responsibilities and demands increase, the key to success is to stay grounded and to face new challenges with clarity and resilience. This is why it is crucial to give our minds “Time-In”. (more…)

#1: Sleep your way to success

| Aug 27, 2015 | blog-en, Physical Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

#1: Sleep your way to success

Sleep time is one of the 7 daily essential mental activities that we need to expose our mind to in order to optimise our brain and perform at our very best.

Sleep is a vital process which is essential for our biological and psychological balance. Sleep plays a critical role in restoring, repairing and rejuvenating our body as well as strengthening our immune system. Good quality sleep allows us to clear the stressors from the day before and has a significant role in emotional regulation, learning consolidation and memory processing. (more…)

Learn How to Deal With Stress Effectively

| Aug 21, 2015 | blog-en, Mental Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

Learn How to Deal With Stress Effectively

Stress is affecting our lives in more ways that we can imagine. If the environment in our professional and personal lives is repeatedly triggering the stress response in us, our physical, mental and emotional health will gradually deteriorate.

At the cognitive level we may experience memory problems, inability to concentrate, constant worrying, seeing only the negative, poor judgement & anxiety. (more…)

How to Achieve Personal Transformation

| Jun 19, 2015 | blog-en, slider, Workplace Wellbeing | 0 comments

How to Achieve Personal Transformation

My guest appearance on the Amit Kainth show discussing how to achieve professional, physical, social, financial and community wellbeing.

 

Eating at your desk will negatively affect your work and your health

| Mar 23, 2015 | blog-en, Physical Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

Eating at your desk will negatively affect your work and your health

Do you find yourself regularly eating at your desk? If you are part of the 67% of office workers that do so, then you need to be aware of the consequences of this unhealthy habit.

Some people see food, as just a functional aspect of their lives. Mindless eating extends beyond the office desk, I see it all the time….people in the morning gulping down a piece of dry toast or pastry and a cup of coffee on the way to work, or eating a quick bite on the way to a meeting. It appears that for quite a few us, eating just gets “on the way” of seemingly more important things. (more…)

Partnership with Mindfulness Peru

| Mar 19, 2015 | blog-en, slider | 0 comments

Partnership with Mindfulness Peru

It is with a great deal of excitement that I announce the recently formed partnership between myself and Mindfulness Peru, an organisation led by expert psychologist Ana Loret de Mola and internationally renowned chef and coach Brisa Deneumostier.

Ana is a highly-regarded psychologist who is now pursuing a master’s degree on Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) at the University of Oxford. MBCT has proven to be very effective form of therapy to treat a wide range of physical and mental conditions which include depression, chronic fatigue, pain, and several types of disorders.

Brisa is a master chef, environmentalist,  communicator and a coach conscious coach. She studied in the Culinary Institute of America in New York, and she has had formal training in traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda) in India. Brisa has worked in a string of world-class restaurants such as Noma in Denmark and resorts in the Middle East and has also taken her cooking talents to monasteries in Asia, the Canary Islands, Europe and many other parts of the world.

I have already incorporated Ana’s and Brisa’s experience and knowledge into the corporate programmes and personal coaching sessions that I now offer. Our hope is that our joint work can bring balance, joy, peace, creativity and ultimately happiness to those whom we are fortunate to serve.

The Formula to Enjoy your Job : S = T + S + K

| Mar 6, 2015 | blog-en, slider, Workplace Wellbeing | 0 comments

The Formula to Enjoy your Job : S = T + S + K

There is a fairly simple explanation as to why over 80% of workers around the world feel disengaged in their jobs. Most of them are not using their strengths at work.

If your current role doesn’t play to your strengths, it is very likely that at some point you will become disengaged. Disengagement not only leads to boredom, but also could have harmful effects on your health and life expectancy. Disengagement quite often manifests its presence in our mind-body system as depression, stress, anxiety, migraines, blurred vision, digestive problems, physical pain and dozens of other conditions, so disengagement is something that you have to take seriously. (more…)

How Your Boss Affects your Health and Relationships

| Feb 20, 2015 | blog-en, slider, Workplace Wellbeing | 0 comments

How Your Boss Affects your Health and Relationships

According to the latest “Time-Use studies,” which provide information about how people spend their time, who they spend it with and how they feel at various points throughout the day, one major finding from this research is that, for most people, the person they least enjoy being around is their boss! According to the study, most people actually prefer doing menial chores and cleaning the house than to spend time with their boss.

Most people overlook the massive influence that the boss-subordinate relationship has on our engagement at work, our physical, mental and emotional health and overall wellbeing. (more…)

 César Gamio - Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist - CesarGamio.com
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César Gamio - Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist - CesarGamio.com César Gamio - Executive Life Coach - EMCC-EIA - CesarGamio.com
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