symptoms of stress

Business Tips: Do You Have the Ability to ‘Let Go’

It is always difficult to ‘let-go’ of what was successful in the past because it means that we may need to modify our vision for the future. ‘Letting go’ in order to adapt to changed market conditions is a necessary attribute of the smart professional. He, or she, knows that nothing stands still for long and that sales and profits are always moving targets.

‘Have you got a minute?’ syndrome

‘Have you got a minute’ syndrome decreased performance and productivity. Be honest – do you tend to interrupt your colleagues for no real reason? Read this week’s blog.

Stressed Out and Firefighting – again!

Do you regard yourself as acting reactively or proactively, the majority of the time? Do you pride yourself on your ‘firefighting skills’ or your planning expertise? Find out how to increase your productivity and performance.

Business Relationships

You can choose your friends but you cant choose the people you work with. Find out how to get on better with those around you.

Retirement and the ‘Knowledge Drain’

Be careful of the ‘knowledge drain’. Retiring employees can bring added value to the organisation, albeit in a different capacity than previously. Their years of insider knowledge about your organisation, your industry and customers could just walk out of the door!

Stressed? Are you addicted to technology?

Do you find yourself waking up at 3 am to check your email or Facebook account? Is your addiction to the internet having a negative effect on your relationships? Do you experience withdrawal symptoms when not on-line?

Making New Year Resolutions Stick

You can give yourself all the excuses in the world for eating badly – you are busy, you haven’t had time to eat properly, you have had a really challenging day either in the office or with the children. However, the one thing for sure that 2014 will bring most of us is that little word, ‘stress’, so let us look at way of how you can reduce it naturally.

Insomniac? Find out how to get a good night’s sleep

People who can’t sleep at night rarely function well the next day. They lay in bed just watching the clock tick by! Sound familiar? Discover some strategies to cope.