Category: Health and Business

Do This 1 Thing to Increase Your Personal and Professional Effectiveness in 2021

Now that 2020 has come and gone (and who hasn’t said ‘Good riddance’?), 2021 offers the chance to refresh our minds and get back on track. You’re not alone if you’ve felt derailed over the past 12 months or so. The pandemic has affected everyone on the planet, and the feeling of loss of control has been felt deep by all.

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4 Proven Habits For Success

The hunt to be more productive is never-ending. More than ever people are searching for tips to be more successful. While tips to hack your time and productivity are catchy and fun, habits are the secret to success. Successful daily habits will bring you one step closer to all of your goals. So move over life hacks. We cover the 4 proven habits for success.

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How to Support the Mental Health of Employees Working Remotely

As we head towards the end of the year, many individuals are feeling the load of stress, anxiety and uncertainty that has built up over time. Many are also bracing for the challenges likely to arise when government support for businesses and individuals ceases in the new year. With all of this in mind, here are a few strategies that your business can implement to support the mental health and wellbeing of employees while working remotely.

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7 Impacts of Email Overload on Psychological Health in the Workplace

One of the main threats to psychological safety is the volume of email that employees are expected to handle on a
daily basis and, increasingly, the workload that results from these new messages. Keeping up with all the new inputs we receive from a wide range of technological devices takes up a lot of our time each day.

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Small Business After Quarantine Lockdown. How to Keep the Lights on

During the lockdown, it was difficult to support local businesses and to adapt, as a business owner, to these challenging times. Unfortunately, nothing will be like before and businesses around the world need to find ways to grow again. Small businesses were the most affected during quarantine, especially because their costs of functioning and operating are high and their resources are limited.

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