When business problems are keeping you up at night, you need to find a way to let them go. Here are a few ideas.
UK’s small business owners are struggling for motivation in the face of financial stress, lost time with their families and their own emotional and physical health.
At the end of a working day we all feel tired but if you are finding that you are often close to exhaustion then there may be some hidden reasons for this.
Whether it is Newton and the apple or Fleming and mould or Roentgen and the X-Ray, ground breaking results are gained by intelligent people being conscious of their surroundings and applying a new perspective to observations.
We’d all like a little more time to ourselves, right? Whether it’s a few extra hours to cater for the demands of a busy family or just some more time to relax or enjoy the finer things in life, the ability and freedom to use more time in the way we want is desirable.
Somewhere between the banks of wildflower hedges my mobile signal vanished and there I found Preseli Ventures; a true retreat.
Deciding whether to talk with your boss about a mental health issue is a really tough decision and with one in every six workers being affected by conditions such as anxiety, depression and stress every year, it’s an issue that employers need to take seriously.
The impact of workplace stress should not be underestimated, it accounts for 50-60% of lost working days according to the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, resulting in poor performance, difficulties retaining staff, and an increased risk of accident and injury.
Nearly a third of UK employees feel unsure about who to talk to or where to find help or support regarding metal health issues. In addition, nearly 40 per cent find it hard to talk to or open up about their mental health to anyone, according to new research