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How to switch off at the end of the day

- March 28, 2023 3 MIN READ

  You love your family, but for some reason, you are always called away from them and back into work. It appears there is always something that needs to be done. It’s only small and will be quick but needs to be addressed now. And then it takes up the whole evening. Not switching off… Read more »

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5 ways entrepreneurs can avoid burnout

- March 9, 2023 4 MIN READ

  As an entrepreneur and business owner, I understand the risks of working too much and being prone to the risk of burnout. One of the biggest traps of being an entrepreneur is that we love what we do with so much passion that we sometimes forget to take a break, and other areas of… Read more »

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Increase your happiness with these three daily habits – seriously!

- May 19, 2022 3 MIN READ

Research shows that we’ve been experiencing more negative emotions since the pandemic began – surprise, surprise. Organisational psychologist, Charlotte Rush shares three important tips to find more balance and improve your happiness and wellbeing. Humans have a funny way of biasing towards happiness. Research shows that lottery winners are no happier than non-lottery winners one year after… Read more »

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High value vs low value tasks: 5 smart steps to maximise your productivity

- May 16, 2022 3 MIN READ

Are you feeling overwhelmed at the long list of tasks on your plate as a business owner? Focusing your energy on maximising your productivity, rather than endless busywork, is the place to start, writes bestselling author and founder of Time Stylers, Kate Christie. High performers and high performing teams gain their reputation by consistently delivering… Read more »

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Caring for your people is the fast-track to competitive advantage

- February 23, 2022 3 MIN READ

Employee wellbeing is often side-lined as ‘soft stuff’ and has a murky relationship with the bottom line. But in the midst of the ‘Great Resignation’, labour shortages, and Australians reassessing their work life balance en-masse, employee wellbeing is set to take centre stage in the coming year, writes Abby Johnston, strategy partner at Untangld. Here… Read more »