So many things to do, so little time. Or is it enough time, so little energy? It’s easy to feel as though you’re on a treadmill with everything at work and in the rest of your life demanding more attention and action on your part.
Most jobs require their employees to manage their emotions in the workplace. Most of us have had the impulse to yell at our boss, whine in a meeting, curse at a co-worker, or even burst into tears on occasion—but we typically don’t, because we don’t want to get fired. In addition to squelching such impulses,
The latest in sleep science is clear: No matter how self-motivated you may be, you need a good night’s rest to perform to your highest potential. Nitun Verma is a Stanford-trained sleep medicine researcher and cofounder of the health care company PeerWell who took to Reddit to answer users’ questions about getting a perfect night’s sleep.
Top women in tech explain what they do to prepare for the week. I want to start this story with an apology. Recently, I profiled several leaders in tech who explained what they do every Monday morning to start their week. The article was a big hit. Yet, without even thinking, I made the mistake
The 20 most popular TED talks ever are likely to make you question just about everything. What does it take to be happy? How do you motivate the people who work for you to do their best? How do you know what is and isn’t real in the world around you? You may think you
When researchers attempt to chronicle the movement of ideas about the Earth’s surface, there are a few ways to go about it. One is to look at the the mass movements of large groups of people. Another is to examine the lives of influential individuals. A new study, published July 31 in Science, combines the
“Never continue in a job you don’t enjoy. If you’re happy in what you’re doing, you’ll like yourself, you’ll have inner peace. And if you have that, along with physical health, you’ll have more success than you could possibly have imagined.” —Roger Caras
Achieving a better work-life balance is essential to maximising and enjoying your time both in and out of the office. According to the HSE, 39 percent of all work related illnesses in 2013-14 were caused by work stress, depression or anxiety. This can cause early burnout amongst us careerists. But we can take steps to