Many people have probably heard the term “positive psychology”, but know little about what it means in practice. Positive psychology aims to find ways to make life better for people, and ensure they’re the most mentally healthy person they can be.
Health, Mind & Body
Making time to listen to listen to music can be one of the most enjoyable and effective ways that you can improve your health and wellbeing.
When was the last time when you were in active listening mode? It is a skill that requires practice and self-awareness.
Let’s look at why confidence is not the only key to a woman’s success.
Which parts of your life would you like to simplify? And how best to do it?
Whilst becoming a parent is the most incredible experience, it’s a wonder why no-one ever tells you how it really is?
It all starts with self-awareness…understanding ourselves. Really thinking about what am I capable of and what do I want to achieve.
Good things come when professional women are given the opportunity and structured support to balance their family and work commitments.
There are a lot of things that need to be remembered and done. There is always so much to do. And despite having full days of getting through so many emails, meetings, decision making and more –there is a feeling of treading water and going nowhere fast as opposed to swimming towards the goal. Sometimes you just need to stop and breathe…
To find balance, it takes consideration, identification of purpose, and knowing who you are, to find it.
Returning to work is challenging and requires a big adjustment for you and your family. However, with careful planning, open communication and the support of a strong network of friends and family, it can also be an exciting opportunity to regain your professional identity and continue on your career journey.
Follow these three simple steps, which if practiced daily will reap life changing benefits, reducing anxiety and stress and increasing your wellbeing.
Adele was determined to find a role that would give her the flexibility she needed to be a mum whilst advancing her career. Here’s how she found it.
Sustained High Performance today is driven more by emotion than competence and the key to understanding this is Emotional Intelligence
Our careers will command a large portion of our adult lives and yet very few of us will have a special folder labelled ‘career planning’!
This post on Facebook resonated so much with our audience we wanted to share it on our blog for more to read. It is powerful, inspiring and very true.
I’m a part-time working mum so I’m in the office only a few days a week. On my work days, I’m in charge of the daycare pick ups. I’m going to assume you’re good at math and you’ve probably done the calculations by now, but what this means is that my time at work is pretty limited, tightly scheduled. And when I’m there I want to make it count.
Women are amazing, strong resilient and capable of so much more than they think – but what holds them back is exactly that – how they think.
When life is busy, the easiest thing to give up is time for yourself. This holiday season, as you give gifts to others, also find the time to do something for yourself that you enjoy.
All of these breaks in careers, are actually just life momentarily taking precedence over career. They all add something really cool to who we are, what we know, and what we can do