Do you remember the first time you worked from home?
The relief of not having to commute. The freedom of organising the day as you wish to. The pleasure of being home “early” and spending more time with your family.
Just a year ago, the Wall Street Journal headlined: “ The Most Anxious Generation Goes to Work “
Later in 2019, a report tragically announced that in the U.S, two-thirds of employees feel burnt out at work.
Do we need more to say that anxiety at work deserves to be…
The other day, a friend asked me how I get over all the little challenges that now make up most of my day. I answered before I could even blink.
“It takes leading with confidence. Even if at times doubt becomes… your default state!”
In the U.S., about two-thirds of full-time workers experience burnout on the job.
I wish we could start the year on a more positive tone. But that shocking news should be the wake-up call you need to take well-being at work seriously.
On the 1st of January 2019, it was a misty morning in London.
I sat for my first meditation of the year. I made sure I would be warm enough. Lightened up a candle. And closed my eyes.
Anchor. The word flashed in my mind in a millisecond.
It’s that time of the year…where everything is about goals (and reindeer!).
Career goals, life goals, business goals and, of course, resolutions.
There was a time, not so long ago, where I lived by goal setting — and told others it was the way to go.
But I have to…
I can honestly say the people I meet in my life belong to two groups.
In reality, they face the same exact challenges.
So many people raise eyebrows when I float the idea in conversation. Discipline, a rigid thing, way too austere to match the creative and innovative world we know.
But discipline is one thing I’ve learned to appreciate over time.