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Why leaders’ response to the pandemic has fallen short

| Apr 4, 2021 | Professional Wellbeing | 0 comments

Why leaders’ response to the pandemic has fallen short

There is a significant divide between what leaders think their companies are offering in terms of employee support and how employees think and feel about it.

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How to strengthen someone’s immune system with an emoticon.

| Mar 29, 2021 | Physical Wellbeing | 0 comments

How to strengthen someone’s immune system with an emoticon.

Social interaction is so hard-wired in us that isolation tricks our body into thinking it’s in danger if we’re on our own for too long. This results in the activation of the fight-or-flight response and our body turns off some of our antiviral defences. It just takes a voice message, a text, an email, or even just an emoticon to help someone be less exposed and debilitated by the experience of loneliness.

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A simple 4-step process to transform limiting beliefs into empowering beliefs

| Mar 12, 2021 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

A simple 4-step process to transform limiting beliefs into empowering beliefs

How we manage our limiting beliefs has a profound impact on our development. Follow this simple yet effective 4-step process to build empowering beliefs.

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Workplace wellbeing : Going beyond doing something nice for your people.

| Mar 3, 2021 | blog-en, Professional Wellbeing | 0 comments

Workplace wellbeing : Going beyond doing something nice for your people.

Good leaders never stop working on the workplace wellbeing in their company, because they understand that investing in employee wellbeing is not just about holding a health fair in March, a webinar in June and Yoga sessions on Friday mornings.

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Fed up with the restrictions? Redesign your evening and create lasting memories.

| Feb 6, 2021 | Emotional Wellbeing, Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

Fed up with the restrictions? Redesign your evening and create lasting memories.

If you are feeling dull, bored and a bit jaded with all the restrictions that have been imposed on your life, welcome to the club! But rather than sulking, there are things that we can do during this time that could give us joy for a lifetime.

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What you should know about Vitamin D

| Jan 28, 2021 | Physical Wellbeing | 0 comments

What you should know about Vitamin D

Vitamin D plays a vital role in bone maintenance and growth, but when it comes to other health conditions, like respiratory tract infections (e.g. COVID), the jury is still out.

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How to get your mojo back after being off work

| Jan 20, 2021 | blog-en, Professional Wellbeing | 0 comments

How to get your mojo back after being off work

Have you noticed how getting back into “work mode” after you’ve taken some time off can be surprisingly challenging? Don’t you worry, you can quickly regain your productivity and focus if you follow these tips.

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2021: It’s a Mindset Game

| Jan 12, 2021 | blog-en, Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

2021: It’s a Mindset Game

Our 2021 mindset will play an essential role in our growth, development and success this year. Therefore, we need to reconcile the events of 2020 in a positive light by asking ourselves a number of questions.

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Inner peace is at your beck and call

| Aug 24, 2020 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

Inner peace is at your beck and call

Inner peace must be one of the most universally sought after states of being. However, most of us are looking in the wrong place for it. When I ask people what they want out of this experience we call life, most of the answers include health, happiness and inner peace. Inner peace must be one of the most universally sought after states of being. However, most of us are looking in the wrong place for it. Lasting inner peace is not something you’ll find once you finish a project, start a relationship, find a job, or solve a problem. The sense...

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Even if nothing changes, if you change, everything changes

| Aug 18, 2020 | Emotional Wellbeing | 0 comments

Even if nothing changes, if you change, everything changes

It’s mesmerising how a subtle shift in how we perceive a given situation can change what we say, do, or feel about something.   Reflextion of the week: “Even if nothing changes, if I change, everything changes”   Do you remember the last time you were upset at something someone said or did? Can you recall the emotion you felt? Was it anger, frustration, dismay, disappointment, indignation, or something else?   Now I invite you to review the same incident, but from the perspective of the other person. What if this person was going...

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