Burnout doesn’t just happen to us. It builds gradually – we ignore the early signs, keep pushing through until our body and mind can’t handle it anymore. Burnout is the consequence of continued exposure to stress which result in physical and mental exhaustion. Now, stress isn’t always bad for us. We need some stress andContinue reading “The 7 Stages of Burnout”
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It’s Not the Journey or the Destination… It’s the People…
American essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson was quoted as saying “It’s the not the destination, It’s the journey” and over the years this has a been a useful reminder that the pathway to our goals is where we should be focussing our energy, celebrating and appreciating each step along the way. Recently I’ve been thinking aboutContinue reading “It’s Not the Journey or the Destination… It’s the People…“
Wearing a Mask
Wearing a mask become the new normal for us over the last few years, but when we refer to wearing a mask, we’re not always referring to the physical mask worn as a protection from Potential physical illness, but the metaphorical mask worn when someone is experiencing emotional distress.
People can make us or they can break us, whether that’s in business or our personal lives. This is one thing in life you can guarantee…along with death and the tax man! I’ve taken this life class, the one where you discover what people can really do to you, the result being I pretty muchContinue reading “People!”
The fear of FEAR!
FEAR can be crippling. It can stop us achieving our full potential, it can stop us still in our tracks. FEAR has the ability to determine whether we fail or succeed. It holds the keys to our destiny and seems to control us in a way that is unbeatable.
But is FEAR actually real, or just a belief in our own minds?
How to PERFORM with Grief
We all have to perform in life. Performance isn’t just reserved for those on a stage, in a boardroom or in a sporting stadium, it’s something we all have to do to get through each and every day.
Performing with grief is tough, but we can help ourselves to embrace, manage and live a life full of love.