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That’s Why they Call it the Blues

| May 14, 2018 | Physical Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

That’s Why they Call it the Blues

Extended exposure to blue light, specially in the evening, originating from our digital devices can be seriously detrimental to our health. If you want to achieve your ideal performance state and safeguard your health in the process, please consider the following recommendations.

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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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4 Smart Eating Strategies

| Feb 22, 2018 | Physical Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

4 Smart Eating Strategies

Nutritional advise is extremely conflicting; nowadays there are literally hundreds of diets being proposed, many of them advising exact opposite guidelines. How should you go about your diet? These 4 smart eating strategies are a great start!

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4 ways to get back to your natural rhythms

| Jan 24, 2018 | Physical Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

4 ways to get back to your natural rhythms

All aspects of your being (body, mind & emotions) are synchronised with the rhythms of nature. If you are out of tune, or out of sync with these rhythms, you will experience stress, strain, pain and discomfort. These are the 4 ways to get back to your natural rhythms.

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Don’t sit on it for too long

| Mar 1, 2017 | Physical Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

Don’t sit on it for too long

Sitting for too long will negatively impact the quality of your work and will inevitably lead to physical ailments of all sorts. Alternating between sitting, standing and walking will help you to increase your energy levels, burns extra calories, tone your muscles, ramp up your metabolism and improve your posture along the way. Learn more here.

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What you need to know about Coffee

| Feb 16, 2017 | Physical Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

What you need to know about Coffee

Coffee is a vastly popular drink – no doubt about that. Citizens of countries like Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands consume 1,252 cups a year on average. If you are a coffee drinker, this is what you need to know about coffee.

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Be careful who you sleep with

| Jan 30, 2017 | Physical Wellbeing, slider | 0 comments

Be careful who you sleep with

Let’s be frank : I have done it, you have done it, and most likely, a lot of people that you know still do it. Neglecting to create a thriving environment in your bedroom will have undesired consequences. Who you sleep with will have a massive influence in your workday and your personal relationships.

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Smart flying: How to Beat the Jet Lag Blues

| Dec 16, 2016 | slider, Workplace Wellbeing | 0 comments

Smart flying: How to Beat the Jet Lag Blues

Do you remember the last time you flew across time zones? The fatigue, insomnia, headache, grogginess, dehydration and the daytime sleepiness that you felt. Jet lag doesn’t need to be an occupational hazard – learn the surefire way of beating the jet lag blues.

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Drunk at Work

| Dec 6, 2016 | slider, Workplace Wellbeing | 0 comments

Drunk at Work

Studies have shown that a few nights of getting only 6 hours of sleep will result in cognitive impairment equivalent to those of alcohol intoxication. Basically, by sacrificing sleep, you will be showing up drunk at work only without the smell of alcohol on your breath.

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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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