Four Ways to Reduce Your Stress and Recover from Burnout

  What is stress? Stress is your body’s way of responding to a demand or threat. When you feel under threat or in danger—whether it’s real or imagined—the body steps up a gear with an automatic process known as the ‘fight, flight or freeze’ reaction. This is also known as the stress response. Your eyes widen to…

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Are you over working ? Here is your plan to regain your life.

What is over working? “If I just work late this week, I’ll get on top of the work situation…..” How many times have you said that? If it’s most weeks, there is a good chance you are over working. Working longer hours doesn’t mean all of those hours are equally as productive and now in…

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Is Your Working Environment Contributing To Stress & Anxiety?

Work Related Stress 15.4 million working days were lost to work-related stress between 2017-2018, according to a report by the Health and Safety Executive, which demonstrates that the recognition of World Mental Health Day and International Stress Awareness Week shown by businesses in the UK in recent months is for very good reason. Potential stressors include issues around…

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Calling All HR Professionals!

As April is Stress Awareness Month we asked HR expert Nina Mayler to write this guest blog for us: Calling all HR professionals! Are you feeling the stress of carrying a heavy employee relations caseload? Take the weight off your plate this month… As we see signs of early Spring with bouts of sunshine and slightly…

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How to Bounce When the Menopause Comes Calling!

When I started the Discover Your Bounce business venture in 2010 I threw myself into it, only to suffer a stroke through stress three months later. I share my whole story in my book, Rescued By The Coastguard and through my keynote speeches. I now mentor entrepreneurs and managers who have set out on their…

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