If the sun disappeared, animals, plants and people would die. Without the sun, plants couldn’t make nutrients and all living things on the planet would starve. And without sunlight, our bodies couldn’t make the Vitamin D we depend on to live healthy … [Read more...] about The magic of Sunlight
Tony Crabbe is an international consultant and business psychologist who has written a really useful book “Busy” - how to thrive in a world of too much. It’s become one of the top 3 leadership books in 2016 and been a best seller in a number of countries. … [Read more...] about Busy – how to thrive in a world of too much
We all know the feeling of losing our keys, or walking into a room only to realise we don’t remember why. At work, we may lose focus, doze off in meetings, or forget important tasks. These instances can occur more frequently as we age, and can be … [Read more...] about How do we fine tune the brain?
All ships need assistance coming into ports. Local pilots bring boats in as they have specialist knowledge in areas such as port movements, tidal streams, how wind affects certain areas, the use of tug suits to help the ships come along side. Pilots go … [Read more...] about Dedication and determination
Dan Lawson sees many people in search of happiness, as a mental health counselor in New York. Many of us are doing things that may bring us pleasure but don't make us happy. People want to be happy but they are not sure where happiness comes from. … [Read more...] about Is happiness just a side effect?
How do organisations support their executives, managers and teams, when handling change and managing stress. Sue Firth is a business psychologist who looks at the relationship between “the way people think and the way they behave”, and has brought this … [Read more...] about Handling stress at home and at work