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28 01, 2015

Why You Should Move To Reduced Workweek

January 28th, 2015|

The benefits of moving to a reduced workweek are multifold, starting with healthcare, reduced stress, Increased happiness and productivity coupled with the chance of being employable in the next decade.

23 10, 2012

How to Be Happy @ Work | Stop Doing These 10 Things

October 23rd, 2012|

Happiness--in your business life and your personal life--is often a matter of subtraction, not addition.  Aristotle said "Happiness depends upon ourselves". Consider, for example, what happens when you stop doing the following 10 things: 1. Blaming. People make mistakes. Employees don't meet your expectations. Vendors don't deliver on time.So you blame them for your problems. But you're [...]

1 08, 2012

Got A New Boss Again: What To Do?

August 1st, 2012|

It is a well-known fact that established teams experience “transition pains” under the leadership of newly appointed managers. The stress levels go up, and both the parties use moves and countermoves to outwit each other. New managers, insecure in their roles, often seek absolute compliance to orders from their subordinates, particularly in their early days. [...]

20 06, 2012

How to Forgive

June 20th, 2012|

It’s hard to forgive. The hardest part is not knowing where to start. We know that we should forgive those who have hurt is. Not necessarily because they deserve to be forgiven but more for our benefit. Forgiveness leaves the past behind and allows us to move on once and for all. This post will [...]

20 06, 2012

Want to stay on track with your New Year resolutions?

June 20th, 2012|

Last week I met up with a former client who I had not seen for some time. He was disappointed with himself because, although he had set himself some career goals for the New Year, everyday stuff had taken over and he had done absolutely nothing about them.  I persuade him that all was not [...]

20 11, 2011

Getting Back To Work Painlessly After Long Leave

November 20th, 2011|

Returning to work after a long leave is not always an uplifting experience. The mind and metabolism are likely to have adapted to a more leisurely pace, and one may have taken active steps to dissociate from work pressures during the period of leave. This is especially true if the period of leave has been [...]

5 11, 2011

How To Manage Stress And Regain Well-being

November 5th, 2011|

Without doubt, wellbeing is the ultimate objective of human existence. Paradoxically, we often wind up surrendering well-being in order to earn money, and then spend a major part of the earnings in attempts to regain it. These efforts are invariably fruitless - so why do we do it? More often than not, the only real [...]

10 09, 2011

Do You Have Healthy Work-Life Balance?

September 10th, 2011|

Are you married to your job? Have your family, personal hobbies and social life taken the back-seat? For how long has this state of affairs been going on? If you do not have a healthy work-life balance, chances are that your stress-levels are on the higher side. You may be able to detect some of [...]

1 08, 2011

Tips To Create Time And Harness Energy

August 1st, 2011|

Life for corporate employees has become so hectic these days that if they blink, they may miss something potentially important. It is almost impossible to be fully present in the moment with someone constantly on the phone, the report on the desk and the unanswered email in the inbox. Today, employees’ attention is divided among [...]

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