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Put your healthy anxiety to good use

| Feb 3, 2019 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

Put your healthy anxiety to good use

Some time ago, I asked an exceptional psychologist friend of mine the main reason why people would come to see her for treatment. Even before I could even finish the sentence, she affirmed in matter-of-fact fashion “Anxiety, of course, César!”. Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as fear or worry, that can be mild or severe. Mild anxiety, such as low levels of apprehension, mild muscle tightness and doubts about your ability, may actually improve your performance.  Anxiety levels on this low end of the spectrum may actually motivate you to...

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Money will buy you happiness if…..

| Jan 28, 2019 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

Money will buy you happiness if…..

I’m sure you’ve heard this saying before, “money can’t buy happiness”.  People who know me well enough know that I’m not a big fan of blanket statements or speaking in absolutes, and this certainly applies in this case.  Research suggests that money can actually buy you happiness if you spend it in specific ways. Studies have shown that if you are able to meet your basic needs financially, then the principles that I am about to share with you apply to everyone, regardless of net worth, level of income or socioeconomic status. Recently,...

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The Influence of Ego in High Performance Teams

| Apr 4, 2018 | Mental Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

The Influence of Ego in High Performance Teams

If your ego (the individual concept of yourself) begins to take centre stage, this will hurt you at many different levels both professionally and personally. Find out what what being egocentric and egotistic is and discover ways to keep your ego in check.

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You are out of your Mind

| Oct 22, 2016 | blog-en, Mental Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

You are out of your Mind

Last night I had the pleasure to visit the historical Royal Institution of Great Britain to attend a lecture by Dr. Daniel Siegel, a Harvard Medical Doctor who is now a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine. The topic: The Human Mind – New Insights from Neuroscience. The Royal Institution was founded in 1799 by leading British scientists of the age in an effort to build an organisation devoted to scientific education and research. I was sitting in the same space were in 1856, Michael Faraday postulated to the...

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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

“There is nothing more precious and valued than clarity of mind in order to lead with brilliance and conviction. We need to find a way to disconnect from the incessant busyness that rules our life to allow our mind the time and space it needs to flourish. “

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