If you want to be an active, energetic person, that is successful in your business, there is an essential key factor that will really help you achieving those goals you have set to yourself: a good night sleep. This may just sound common sense, but there is actually loads of new research coming out that evidences the benefits of regular seven to nine hour sleep. Even though everyone knows about the need of a full night sleep, unfortunately we are still trying to get rid of a strongly entrenched trend in society that for decades has confused sleeplessness with vitality and high performance, particularly in the corporate cultures. Who doesn´t know (or hasn´t identified with) the ambitious person who works all the time, sleeps five to six hours a day for weeks in a row, and is addicted to cups of coffee (the world’s second-most widely sold commodity, after oil) ?
How Trusting Your Gut Can Increase Wellbeing Huffington Post "Some of the signals that the gut sends to the brain are important to wellbeing," says Michael Gershon, M.D., author of The Second Brain and chairman of the department of anatomy and cell...
Lets face it, feeling motivated is perhaps one of the most difficult things you could ever do. If it were so easy, everyone would be making progress and achieving their goals they’ve set out to achieve.
You know the type. They can't work with others. They're negative, volatile, and often disruptive. Some people call these toxic employees "bad apples."
Another way to think of them? "Hurricane" employees because the damage they cause extends far beyond themselves.
Michelle K. Duffy, a professor at the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota, says that hurricane employees can affect each organization differently. But, in general, they have the ability to "destroy the social fabric of the organisation by creating friction, drama, tension, and hostility among other employees".
The "Invictus" movie was inspired by a true story of South African President Nelson Mandela. One of the most loved part of the movie was a poem by William Ernest Henley narrated by Nelson Mandela named, "I am the Master of my Fate; I am the Captain of my Soul"!