Be More Resilient at Work — Even in a Pandemic


resilience /rɪˈzɪlɪəns/ noun the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. Are we born resilient? Or do we build resilience over time? The most resilient of us somehow cope with life’s little crises, surviving setbacks without breaking a sweat. The rest of us need to work on our resilience skills more than ever.  Most people who work […]

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Pandemic Procrastination Could Be Affecting Your Health


Are you always putting things off until tomorrow? Procrastination — the act of postponing or delaying a task — happens to the best of us, and it could affect our mental and physical health. People who procrastinate have higher stress levels and experience lower well-being, say scientists. And delaying deadlines could increase the risk of chronic illnesses […]

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Are You Suffering From Zoom Fatigue Like Us?


A new pandemic is sweeping the world — and it’s called Zoom fatigue. Symptoms include: Deleting the app from your iPhone (and re-downloading it again). Copious amounts of eye-rolling when you log in.  A distaste for the color blue, the color white or anything that reminds us of the Zoom logo. Tiredness, anxiety and burnout.  […]

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