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Working together – Group work on Earth: Part 1
We work as teams and groups for much of our working lives - why is it important to consider the way our teams and groups function? Is it possible that the way we work in teams or groups has a wider impact than we realise?
Exhaustion a modern day plague
For our June 2015 Audio of the Month we have chosen to look at Exhaustion a modern day plague. Why are so many of us sick and exhausted when we are naturally made to work joyfully 12 to 15 hours a day?
Self-care at work makes sense, why is it not common practice?
No one at work ever tells us NOT to take care of ourselves at work, and, we all know that it is needed. Why then is self-care not consistently practiced in workplaces?
Let's challenge the time tyrant
The best stress management tool is creating an honest working environment where good relationships create motivation and quality productivity.
Farewell dear coffee
A self-care experiment to explore the effects of caffeine and how I realised that my body actually doesn´t love coffee the way I thought it did.
On the topic of food and diet
As we are forever evolving – so too should our relationship with particular foods change.
The state of our work today
What is the state of our work today? How healthy, and joyful are we at work? What are the issues we face in our workplaces today?
Michael Benhayon, Glorious Music – interview part 2
Michael Benhayon of Glorious Music shares his approach to producing music, his awareness and commitment to the energetic quality of music, and how his working life and his music are inextricably linked.
Michael Benhayon, Glorious Music – interview part 1
Michael Benhayon of Glorious Music shares about performing live, his musical background and how he produced 6 Albums in 4 years while simultaneously working full-time and leading a rich family life.
Recording studio life – Finding the 'magic'
A place where ‘magic happens’, the recording studio is where artists or band's aspirations are fulfilled and distilled into ‘musical gold’. The truth in most cases is much less flattering.
My choice to slow down at work: Pure gold
Can slowing down at work actually make you more productive? This true story shares a very different experience of the results of slowing down.
Workplace design – well-being at work: people or profit first?
Workplace design and the rise in global absenteeism – are incorporated ‘chill-out zones’ and ‘well-being spaces’ missing the point?
Are you fit for life – Part 1
What does your fitness level mean to you on a daily basis? Are you actually fit for life? Is there another form of fitness we have yet to discover?