Fighting Temptation

Fighting Temptation

We have all done it. You feel that urge for something sweet and then once you open the packet, you find you just cannot stop. The feelings of fullness are not even enough to stop you from putting the pack away and then before you know it you have eaten it all! The more I look in to it, the more one phrase specifically comes up as being key to overcoming this challenge: self-discipline. Therefore, if you are like me and you are not good — Read more →

Being brave at work

Being brave at work

Everyone shows courage in some way. Whether you are a child on your first day of school or an adult who is faced with some big decisions at work. Courage is one thing that everyone needs in life, but did you know that by being courageous you can also be a better employee? However, as a leader or manager you should also be able to tolerate those so called “silly” questions or avoid giving a member of your team trouble for daring to make a — 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 →

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 →

Messages from the Sporting world

Messages from the Sporting world

Euro 2016 and Wimbledon are just some of the sporting events that finished in dramatic style last weekend with injuries, tough decisions, hard games and interesting competitors. The exciting part of all this was that in every event you were left gripping on to your seat with eager anticipation as to how each would be concluded. What all of these events also have in common is the notion of never giving up. It could be said that this is an essential life lesson for us — Read more →

Judgement

Judgement

A key step towards happiness.Как штукатурить потолок Most of us are judgemental everyday to a certain extent. Using our judgement helps us to assess different situations and different people. It can determine our likes and dislikes and our opinions. However, many judgements can be harmful, both for us and others around us. Holding onto judgements of the people in our lives can be detrimental to making connections and feeling compassionate. One way to combat feelings of judgement is to learn how to become a more — Read more →

Autonomy

Autonomy

Something I think about a lot is the point of my own existence. I realise that is a pretty heavy way of starting a blog post. I am also aware I am not the first person to struggle with this notion – which actually makes the struggle all the worse; the idea that my own thoughts echo those of thousands upon thousands of people who have lived and died before me is slightly disconcerting.Чесотка I remember reading a novel at university that stayed with me — Read more →