Are you an employer?
Interested in the wellbeing of your staff?
Stress affects our ability to function optimally!…..
Then everything suffers, it doesn’t discriminate
We are typically in one of two places lacklustre no enthusiasm pushing on kind of stress or aggravated amped up go go go type of stress. Science now shows us more than ever before. WE have the ability to change, improve, upgrade! Our mind-body connection. How we respond to life is within our control, but not without self -awareness!
Life will always throw us challenges, that is never going to change. Having a choice in how you respond is the only part you can change.
We already have all we need, our science-based simple practices show us how to get beyond our mental-emotional challenge.
Our stress level often accumulate over time. A bit like the story of the frog in hot water. If you have a pot of boiling water and were unkind enough to drop a frog in it he will jump right out, there’s too much of a contrast, self-preservation will kick in, thankfully! But if you were to put a frog in cool water and raise the temperature incrementally, sadly, he won’t even notice until its too late. Stress is like that on our system it leads to all kinds of health issues, burnout, breakdown or worse. The effects are far-reaching and although we have highlighted the cost to the workplace, the destruction in other areas of our lives is terrible also.
You don’t have to wait for a big problem to learn the practices in fact, prevention is far easier than the cure. Simple scientific and can be life-saving
Whether you often feel overwhelmed, indecisive, anxious, frustrated, flat or stressed there is a way to change that, learn to recognise emotions as the messengers they are.
Here are some of the costs to the workplace. Sadly the personal cost is much more.....
4.1m working days
87% of employees
54% work outside contracted hours
1.5 bn is the cost
85% think employers
1 in 4
We show you how to be resourceful …..even in a complete s*** storm
What people have said…
“Once you know, you can never not know who you truly are”