There was a time when meditation and yoga were stereotyped only as an aspect of “alternative lifestyles,” assumed to be “hippy-dippy” activities for zen-fixated people chanting “ohm” and eating restrictive diets.Continue reading
In the next in a series of guest blogs, we’re looking at morning routines and how they can help to improve wellbeing. Mental health and well-being is a prominent issue in the modern workplace, with HR and management placing an increased focus on this. April marked National Stress Awareness Month and as such, we’ve taken a […]Continue reading
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Personal Development, Mindfulness, Meditation, Mind Mapping, Productivity and Walking with Mark Huggins, MD and Owner of Corporate DramaRead MoreContinue reading
In another in our series of guest blogs, Keyleigh from Club Woodside shares an infographic to help you with meditation. Meditation – perhaps you’ve seen people meditating in a yoga class. Or maybe you’ve even tried it yourself once or twice, and just thought, “I’m not sure what this is all about”.
I’ve known Penny for years and when I heard that she was just about to publish a book about Virtual Leadership, I knew I had to get her on to the show! She is all about helping people with tricky projects, though she says that she hasn’t entirely cracked her own productivity, organisation and wellbeing – but then who has, frankly! Read MoreContinue reading
Laura Willis is unusual as a guest on the podcast as she absolutely doesn’t work from home – now! She has started a business borne out of feeling overwhelmed with her previous worklife working from home, all about switching off from digital, being more mindful and finding balance in life alongside all the digital distraction.Read MoreContinue reading
Meditation, Crossfit, British Military Fitness and Fitter Food from Amanda Alexander of AmandaAlexander.comContinue reading
Stress is an interesting dichotomy. On the one hand we need some stress in a positive way to enable us to perform at our best. Think actors and sports people or maybe someone about to give a presentation. Without a level of positive stress they will probably not perform at their best.