It’s LGBT UK History Month and Black History Month in the US, so learning to be a good ally is crucial. But do we need to be more than just an ally? Or is it enough? Author Ta Nehisi Coates says: “I don’t know that white people need to be ‘allies’ so much asContinue reading “Ally: Is it better to be an ally or an advocate?”
It’s Time To Talk Day on February 4. We know that talking about mental health can feel awkward, but it doesn’t have to. And this year’s event might look a little different, but at times like this open conversations about mental health are more important than ever. So reach out to someone old, new, orContinue reading “Connected: Taking the ‘Time To Talk’”
January 18th was Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a day where we reflect on the big man himself. And very few people commanded the respect that he did. MLK stated: “We must learn to live together as brothers or perish together as fools”. At the moment, we’re living virtually together at work, and sometimes itContinue reading “Respect: Would you rather be liked or respected?”
Blue Monday is on the third Monday every January, and it is considered the most depressing day of the year, and I’m sure it’s even worse in 2021. Made by Sky Travel’s PR department, it’s apparently the day when the financial pressure of the Christmas just passed hangs over us most, the weather is atContinue reading “Happiness: How to find joy on ‘Blue Monday’”
It’s the beginning of the year again and for some reason, the idea of innovation and creativity always comes to the fore. It’s a topic that gets a lot of pickup from disparate backgrounds. For me, creativity has always been about being artistic, so trying to be innovative in tech has been a bit ofContinue reading “Creative: Where do good ideas come from?”
We’ve just entered a new year, and hopefully new beginnings after we’ve had a pretty abysmal 2020. And with new year’s come the dreaded resolutions, which apparently 43% of Brits would have only kept for one month according to a 2015 ComRes poll. So how do we stay organised and on top of things inContinue reading “Organised: Can you stick to new year’s resolutions?”
This week is going to be particularly tough for many, even if we were not in a pandemic. Loneliness can be a terrible feeling at times, which tends to be heightened during the holiday period and it’s something everyone has to deal with at some points in their lives being social animals. So how doContinue reading “Self-Compassion: Are you lonely this Christmas?”
Holidays are challenging for some at the best of times, with difficult family ties or even loneliness, and it definitely doesn’t help that there may be enforced isolation now. And some are continuing to work during this time, whilst others are now looking for work. So how does resilience help in these instances? Thanks toContinue reading “Resilience: How do you survive a COVID Christmas?”
Are you unconfident because of fear of failure? Hearing from some of the experts and reading the best books such as Mel Robbins’ The 5 Second Rule, Dr Susan Jeffers’ Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway and Jenn Sincero’s You Are A Badass. Helping you to become confident as well!
How are you assertive? Speaking to the experts and reading the best books including Damon Zahariades: The Art Of Saying NO, Jennie Miller and Victoria Lambert’s Boundaries, and James and Claudia Azula Altucher: The Power of No.