Self Talk & Performance

Self Talk & Performance

Have you ever considered the impact of self talk on your performance? Words are powerful. More so when you’re under pressure. We take a look at the correlation between self talk and performance.

How To Succeed Without Burning Out

How To Succeed Without Burning Out

When you feel like you’re running to stand still it’s easy to fall into the trap of doing more to clear the decks. Working longer hours is detrimental to your health and your performance. What if there was another way? One rooted in data? Here’s how to succeed without burning out.

Why Feeling Lonely at Work is Bad for Health & Bad for Business

Why Feeling Lonely at Work is Bad for Health & Bad for Business

Workplace loneliness and employee performance are inextricably linked, yet feeling lonely at work remains beyond the scope of most wellbeing programmes. We rarely consider loneliness or how organisational culture could be exacerbating the problem. Feeling lonely at work is more common than you might imagine. We take a deep dive into the research around why…

How to stay fit whilst travelling for work

How To Stay Fit Whilst Travelling For Work

How to stay fit whilst travelling for work is an eternal conundrum. Endless hours, preparing for travel, long flights, different time zones and lack of exercise equipment can all make it tough to keep in shape. Remaining healthy when travelling for business is, sometimes, a task of herculean proportions. Little wonder, Richard Defrank from the…

Why Spending Time In Nature Will Increase Your Productivity

Spending time in nature will increase your productivity (yes, really). We spend most of our time indoors, at work, on our laptops, glued to our tech, commuting or watching TV. There are multiple health benefits associated with time spent outdoors. We all want to be more productive, nature just might give you the helping hand…

Discover Your Circadian Rhythm to Optimise Your Performance

Discover Your Circadian Rhythm to Optimise Your Performance

Research from the world of sports psychology demonstrates how circadian rhythms impact the performance of elite athletes. How about the rest of us? These daily rhythms govern your body, brain and ultimately, your performance. We take a look at how to use your circadian rhythm to optimum performance.

The World Health Organisation has now classified burnout as an illness. We take a look at how to overcome the burnout epidemic.

Overcoming the Burnout Epidemic

For the first time ever, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has recognised workplace burnout as a diagnosable condition, adding it to the  International Classification of Diseases. If you’ve ever ever experienced burnout, you may be left wondering what took them so long. We take a look at how to overcome the burnout epidemic.

Understanding the science of habits is the key to cracking the habit code. Here's how to start hacking the Habit Loop with Mindfulness.

Hacking the Habit Loop with Mindfulness

If you’ve ever tried to make or break a habit you’ll know that it’s less than easy. The key? Understanding the science of habits. Once you’ve cracked the habit code, you can begin to manipulate it to create the kind of habits that you can be proud of. Welcome to the habit loop.

We all want to be liked. What's wrong with that? Here's why being too nice is bad for you.

Why Being Too ‘Nice’ Is Bad For You

We all want to be liked. What’s wrong with that? When ‘Sorry’ is your favourite word and you find yourself constantly apologising for the misdemeanours of others, it’s time to revisit ‘nice.’ Here’s why being too nice is bad for you.