Inspiration inspiration

Inspiration inspiration

Inspiration can be hard to come by.  Everyone has moments in their life, in their work, or even in their day where they feel a desire to do something but just don’t have the answer to that question burning inside of them.ir-leasing.ru Inspiration can be yours though, and all you need are the tools to give you a fresh outlook on the world you find around you. Here are a couple of tips that you can use in your daily routine to mix things up — Read more →

Something mean to say? Please keep it to yourself

Something mean to say? Please keep it to yourself

I was browsing Twitter the other day and found a really interesting image with the quote: “Your opinion of me is nothing to do with me, that is your business, not mine” Personally, I thought this was a really good summary of exactly how we should respond when people say negative or hurtful things about us . The reason it resonated with me is because it is so true. Opinions are exactly that, opinions. No one thought or comment will have any solid fact behind — Read more →

Scotland’s happiness

Scotland’s happiness

A new version of Bank of Scotland’s Happiness Index has been published, with Fife being the area of Scotland where people say they are most happy replacing last year’s winners, the Highlands & Islands (where we are, our offices are just out of the image above!) Rachel Bright, Bank of Scotland’s head of customer service, said that the report highlighted increasing happiness across Scotland as a whole – although apart from some small changes across regions there were no major shifts in happiness among different groups — Read more →

Dear Students and School Leavers

Dear Students and School Leavers

In England and Wales today, the final batch of grades will be handed out for GCSE results as A-levels, Standard Grades, Highers and Advanced Highers were all confirmed earlier in the month. I can remember myself from a few years ago how stressful the anticipation for the arrival of the results is. Then when you finally get the email, text or certificate in your hands, how although you are worried about opening it, you really just want to know what you may well perceive to — Read more →

Do UK businesses do enough for their employees?

Do UK businesses do enough for their employees?

There are already mountains of evidence that modern working life is tougher than ever – with the stresses and anxieties of the workplace meaning that more and more workers are needing extra support to be at their best. Companies haven’t always been on top of their game when it comes to looking after their employees, but slowly and surely there has been an acceptance that for businesses it’s not just about what workers can do for them, but what they can do for workers. The — Read more →

Being happy at university

Being happy at university

The new term is almost upon us for the new university year and more than ever it’s going to be a busy one – with a record number being accepted to institutions across the UK this year. But although the excitement of Freshers’ Week will provide a fun welcome to students in the coming weeks, that’s when the hard work really begins as the courses start and the deadlines and assignments pop up more and more often. Being at university can be incredibly stressful, and — Read more →

Beating on the job boredom

Beating on the job boredom

Everyone has one of those days at work where nothing is of interest, or where there’s nothing to do, from time-to-time.  It’s natural, whatever line of work you’re in – even if you’re Barack Obama and run a country – there’s no way that each and every day can be just as exciting and stimulating as the last, and sometimes that will leaving you looking like the US President does in the image above. I want to share with you some inspiring tips that you can — Read more →

Making your own power hour

Making your own power hour

It’s not a revolutionary concept, but what I want to flag up to you today is the power of the hour. You’ve got just 24 hours in a day, and likely spend 8 of them working and should be spending as many as 8 of them asleep – so you’ve only got 8 left to yourself. Finding time to learn new things and make positive changes in your life is tough, but here’s a thought:  why not take 20 minutes from each of these three — Read more →

The Strong and the Tough: Personalities Poles Apart

The Strong and the Tough: Personalities Poles Apart

Are you strong, or are you just tough? There’s a huge difference, you know. You can tell a tough person from a strong one from a mile away, because mental fortitude shows in behavior and attitude, granted you know which signs to keep an eye on. The tough and the strong are poles apart on the human personality continuum – and here are a few cues to help you tell the two apart.   Tough Talk the Talk, Strong Sate on Silence Toughness is a — Read more →

Getting the most out of online training

Getting the most out of online training

FeedMyHappy’s online training can have massive benefits for your employees as they get involved in bettering themselves with our courses, but we have a few tips that we’d like to share about how you can help them make the most of the experience: Set aside training time Give your employees a set amount of time that they’re allowed to use for training, preferably away from their usual desk.  This means they can get into the most receptive frame of mind for learning and can use — Read more →