Category: Stress management

Self-management, Stress management

6 practical methods to master the art of apologizing and feeling guilt-free

April 26, 2021

Via: Entrepreneur

As human beings, we know that the act of apologizing for our mistakes is one of the most difficult to do, because people feel that they show their vulnerability to the mistakes made. In truth, reality shows that he is […]

Self-management, Stress management

Facing the Fear of Thought Leadership

April 15, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

I remember reading some writing advice once (though I cannot remember who said it — ping me if you know) that said: when writing you should aim to make yourself laugh, make yourself cry, make yourself feel something, and you’ll […]

Administration, General organization management, Self-management, Stress management

What Does a Sleep Deprived Employee Cost Your Small Business?

April 13, 2021

Via: Small Business Trends

Sleep deprivation among employees can cost a business, dearly. The extent to which workers starved of sufficient sleep has on businesses was explored in an infographic compiled by sleepare, suppliers of beds and mattresses. The infographic is based on data […]

Self-management, Stress management

Why the Next Billion-Dollar Idea Could Be Lost to the Mental Health Crisis

April 2, 2021

Via: Inc.

Innovation has long been a buzzword that gets every entrepreneur, venture capitalist, or big dreamer excited. Every company is looking to bring more of it into its operations. But there is a looming threat to innovation and creativity, beyond Covid-19, […]

Customer relationship management, General organization management, Self-management, Stress management

Be a Goldfish

January 28, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

I was recently asked what three traits I think are most important for someone in customer service to have. I’d like to broaden the topic to anyone dealing with someone else’s problem or question, be it a customer or another […]

Self-management, Stress management

How To Cultivate Indifference To Criticism

December 14, 2020

Via: Forbes

If you are putting yourself and your work out there, not everyone will like it. Not only will some people not like it, they will tell you and others how much they don’t. Anyone who has ever done something worthwhile […]

Self-management, Stress management

Have You Got “Pandemic Fatigue”?

December 7, 2020

Via: Business 2 Community

All around the world, people are living in a bubble. It’s not the kind of “bubble” that allows you to meet up with someone else regularly regardless of local social distancing restrictions. Instead, the bubble in which we all find […]

Self-management, Stress management

5 Signs You Need to Work on Setting Boundaries, According to a Psychotherapist

November 17, 2020

Via: Inc.

Success has always depended on the ability to set boundaries. Or as Steve Jobs famously put it, “focus is about saying no.” Now during the pandemic your sanity may depend on setting boundaries too. With many of us juggling home […]

Self-management, Stress management

It’s Time We Really Talk About Workplace Anxiety

September 29, 2020

Via: Inc.

Full confession: Over the last 15-plus years of my career, I have struggled mightily with anxiety. Sometimes, it’s a minor nuisance — slightly increased irritability, butterflies in the stomach before weighty presentations, a jittery angst that makes it difficult to […]

Self-management, Stress management

The easiest way to start meditating is now in… Snapchat?

July 20, 2020

Via: Mashable

While bringing your attention to your breath and softening your gaze in the newest place to meditate with Headspace, you might — in the parlance of mindfulness — “notice” something: Your friend’s Bitmoji reassuringly bopping in a tiny bottom corner […]