Category: Work-life balance
The stress marathon is a story that lots of us share. We’ve always correlated success with relentless hard work. And we’ve never questioned that correlationRead More
Good communication both up and down the hierarchy improves workplace productivity. Adam Robertson, guest writer for Movemeon, lists the 6 reasons why.Read More
How to use our recovery system in order to ensure that we are fit and powerful stress sprinters, rather than overwhelmed stress marathon runners.Read More
Job change generates stress. But not all stress is created equal. If acute stress is the sprint, then chronic stress is the marathon.Read More
Starting your own business after you lose your job might at first seem like a difficult move. However, according to the founder of Readybrain, it is an ideal one. Click through to find out why and how to establish your own firmRead More
5 tips to help you make the most of being a consultant- the illustrated version of an earlier article on getting the most out of consulting before it gets the best out of youRead More
Why does joining a start-up make sense as a career change? Why leave something conventionally secure like teaching? Because of the impact & responsibility.Read More
There is no doubt the world of startups is a very attractive one. There’s just one problem – it tends to be quite a risk.Read More
If you’re anything like me, you look back at your years as a student and think “wasn’t I in great shape then”?
Yes, i drank a lot more beer. But I also had a lot of time to exercise and play the sports I enjoyed.
Finding it increasingly difficult to stay motivated about work? Julie provides advice on how to stick to your goals and use a mentor to stay on courseRead More
You are not alone if you are finding Christmas periods more nerve-wracking than joyful. To help, we have gathered 10 tips to help you maximise your productivity at work, so at least your workload doesn’t add to the festive stress.Read More