Being a parent is the hardest job in the world, we have no training & no manual, pick your battles and keep the communication open, and remember this pressure is far different to what we went through at their age.
Sometimes it’s not about the goal, it’s about everything that makes them happen. Being solely focused on goals means we ignore the hidden costs associated with progress towards them, which in turn means that our goals don’t get the full support they deserve and our resilience is undermined.
It’s hard for anyone to give 100% if you are spending some of your energy trying to be something you are not. Unfortunately, many of us are trying to fit into a view of what we should be at work. Read how to cultivate an environment of respect and psychological safety so people can be themselves.
Jason Wyse from Silkworth Charity Group talked about addiction in the workplace. He highlighted: Policies around drugs and alcohol can become a tick box exercise, but knowing what’s in it is very important. Drug and alcohol policy is intrinsic with wellbeing it’s not always visible but it’s happening. We can’t Read more…
The reality is that how we feel and think about the world around us directly affects our mindset and all aspects of our life. Learning to tune in to our thinking and using simple techniques to make sure our thinking is accurate means less stress, and a lot less grumpiness.