Without doubt real value will be measured by how well your perform on a new ‘4P’ Bottom Line of People, Planet, Purpose and then Profit.
I cannot tell you how many times I have heard “but you seem so happy. You don’t act like your depressed.” And that? That may be the most dangerous part of having a “functional” illness. It makes you feel crazy, ashamed, and alone.
As we question conventional ways of measuring success, the redefinition of the Good Life have become a public conversation. Happy people are more productive, engaged, creative and focused and productivity is said to increase by 40-50% in service and creative fields.
Body ideals, to which we all aspire, have always existed. The rule is simple: the more difficult the ideal is to achieve, the better – whether it be the 18th-century’s rounder forms or the 1950s’ wasp waist. So today’s skinny ideal is not a new phenomenon – the problem is that it won’t go away. Studies show that today’s models weigh 23% less than the average woman, as compared to ‘only’ 8% less 25 years ago.
Unily has released an in-depth report analyzing the key trends and issues shaping the workplace of tomorrow. The report, ‘Future of the Workplace 2030+’, has been co-created with the globally renowned futurist Anne Lise Kjaer, a regular on the TED Talks circuit and best-known for the ground-breaking book The Trend Management Toolkit. The report also draws on expertise from global brands such as L’Oréal, Shell, and Mars.
You know the types. Their ego walks in the door before they do. They love talking about how good they are, what they have achieved with little or no level of self-awareness.
The 5 AM Miracle is a podcast dedicated to dominating your day before breakfast. It is designed to help you bounce out of bed with enthusiasm, create powerful lifelong habits, and tackle your grandest goals with extraordinary energy.
If you’ve already found your perfect work-life balance, good for you. But if you struggle with juggling work and personal life, there are some steps you can take to give your wellbeing a boost.
After a long day at work, the first thing most of us want to do is hop on a couch and mindlessly watch TV, but in fact, there is so much more to relaxation than that.