From the category archives:

Well being

Tweet My good friend Nick Williams has recently published a new book called THE BUSINESS YOU WERE BORN TO CREATE. A great read with short chapters ideal for the time challenged. One chapter caught my eye entitled “Maybe you are a renaissance soul?” and he quotes Barbara Winter Author of Making a Living without a […]

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Tweet Can stress ever be positive? Yes according to researchers in the US. Andrew Munro a great writer on “Organisational humanity, business, music and random thoughts” muses on the benefits. While you are there – check out some of his other posts. He writes papers for companies such as Microsoft on the future of how […]

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Tweet My prescription for a daily dose of happiness….

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Tweet The Guardian has a great article on Who needs a CV in Mull? where multi-tasking is a way of life. And the inhabitants wouldn’t have it any other way. Coincidently, Hugh MacLeod, who provided us with many of the drawings in our book also had a grandfather in the Scottish Highlands who was a […]

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Tweet Well this might not surprise us portfolio workers as this is one of the reasons that we have chosen not to have ‘proper jobs’. The research is discussed in a very entertaining article in the online edition of Management Today.

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Tweet Fascinating talk from Professor Philip Zimbardo who conveys how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being. Those of you who love innovative presentations will enjoy the medium as much as the message.

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Tweet This is the subject of a new book by Tom Rath and James Harter containing the results of a comprehensive global study of more than 150 countries examining more than 98% of the world’s population. From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, they obtained answers to  hundreds of questions about health, wealth, relationships, jobs, and communities. They […]

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