Change management systems allow your business to plan and embrace change, rather than waiting and reacting when it comes
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What is Stress? Of course stress exists, but the word ‘stress’ itself is often applied incorrectly. Many people will use it when they have a temporary work overload, whereas in fact stress only occurs when a person perceives (over a prolonged period) that they have insufficient personal resources to cope with a given situation.
Is age just a ‘numbers game’ or is it more of an attitude and mindset? Do we really start forgetting things at the age 50 or is this an excuse for being lazy and not keeping our minds active?
Getting older happens to everybody and it should be seen as a new chapter in one’s life, says Motivational Speaker Carole Spiers.
Instant communication has made us more aware of what is happening, not only in our place of employment but also 24/7 around the world. But does it relieve our stress and anxiety?
And so the 33 miners from San Jose mine in Copiapo, in Chile were brought to the surface after being entombed 69 days and half a mile [624 metres – 2,000 ft metres] underground, imprisoned under tons of rock.
In order to stay alive, they needed to build a community and without this peer group support that gave vital encouragement from the stronger to the weaker, when it was needed, they would never have survived the ordeal.
Workplace stress encourages the lazy option of the fast-food takeaway. This habit works against proper nutrition and a restful midday break, setting up more of the pressures that build up into stress.
The well-built and wide-open roads of UAE are among the most dangerous in the world. Stress training expert Carole Spiers examines conflicting theories about the roots of high-risk driving.
Finding time to smell the roses – a code for good time management, stress management strategies and sensible philosophy. We often need reminding of it by people who have known great tragedy, and overcome it.