There are many ways to be successful and thrive. But what foundation are they built upon? Will that success be lasting and feel authentic?
One foundation that’s often neglected is our health. It’s the foundation for being present for those around us we care about, achieving our dreams, and leading with courage.
Because when we close the gap between how we were designed to live and our modern lifestyles, thriving with success becomes a breeze rather than a battle.
Read on to find out how.
I’ve suffered from psoriasis since university. When my doctor diagnosed me, I thought the medicines he prescribed would solve it. But it gradually got worse. And I didn’t know what to do.
When I came across an unconventional approach that treated the root cause, rather than the symptoms, I not only reversed my autoimmune condition, but also created the foundations for achieving success without the burnout.
Read on to find out how.
Are the spaces you work and live in causing you to feel anxious?
Perhaps you have colleagues or family and friends sharing the spaces with you, and unspoken rules are being broken, and it’s creating a simmering anger in you.
Perhaps you’re rattling around by yourself and feeling vulnerable, stuck and isolated.
Read on to find out my five top tips to help relieve your cabin fever anxiety!
When we experience major, challenging events at work or at home that test our resilience, challenge our sense of hope, and call for a response that feels balanced and authentic, how we choose to respond determines how successful we can manage the stress and uncertainty those events cause us. Read on to see how to feel optimistic even in the most challenging of times.
Do you have a colleague that makes you stressed? Read on to find out how I “Name, Tame and Reframe” my stressful colleagues, so that you can stay calm and, more importantly, mitigate the detrimental impact these sources of stress can have you my mental and physical health and wellbeing.
Is your mental health suffering with worry about COVID-19, work, and loved ones? Here’s how to think well and be healthy!
Are you now “stuck” working from home, worrying about your job and weighing up a deluge of medical advice, bombarded by headlines offering sombre news about the spread of COVID-19?
As events unfold in a scary fashion, read on to find out more about how you can protect your physical and mental health and wellbeing.
They will help you be more present and available for those around you who are looking to you for leadership, support and guidance.
If you’re flying for work and want to arrive and perform your best, try these tips in my Fly Well! Blueprint to be wise with your health and wellbeing when you’re flying.
Travelling for work can take its toll. In Part 1, I share the tips I use before a long haul flight, so I arrive ready to perform at my best.
Travelling for work can take its toll. In Part 3, I share the tips I use after my flight arrives, so I am refreshed and ready to pearform at my best.
Travelling for work can take its toll. In Part 2, I share the tips I use during a flight, so I arrive ready to perform at my best.