Tips, advice and musings to help you develop your skills
Many entrepreneurs look for inspiration in their management styles – from books, seminars and blogs.
There are so many articles with advice on how successful people work – tips on how to organise one’s time, how to delegate, how to make decisions and how to lead others – but what do these individuals do on their time off?
Are their weekends filled with different activities than the rest of us? Learn More
Every year, employers have the same problem, how to top last year’s Christmas party.
When you were younger, you may not have thought about your health.
You likely did not need to exercise because you were running between classes, and on the weekends you may have played rugby with your mates. Learn More
If you are one of the many professionals who barely make it home for dinner, and often spends weekends at the office, you are aware that this lifestyle leaves very little time for personal errands. Learn More
Despite a European directive that mandated to regulate maximum work hours, many Britons are still spending the majority of their time at work. While some employees are compensated for their time, others are not. This leaves some workers struggling to meet their professional and personal needs. Learn More
Even positive ‘glass half full’ people like me can get down on occasions. Despite our best laid plans things can conspire against us, leaving us demotivated and even depressed.
These memories of times of trauma in our lives (where we have felt intense negative emotions and ‘pain’) tend to fade much slower than positive feelings. As a result of this when things do go wrong we automatically remember other negative experiences and this adds to our current state of mind.