• BLOG | Happiness in the News: 3 Positive short stories

    While COVID-19 has shut down a substantial amount of economic activity in 2020, it has done wonders for our planet. Our reduced movements have caused the biggest carbon crash ever recorded. Emissions this year will fall by four to eight percent to about two to three billion tonnes of carbon. Lockdowns have also reduced the global electricity demand by about twenty percent according to the International Energy Agency which is predicted to have an overall six percent reduction this year compared to last year. This difference is equivalent to losing the entire energy demand of India! People are [...]

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    BLOG | Bhutan – Gross National Happiness

    Bhutan is a small and mostly Buddhist nation tucked between China and India with a population of about 800,000. It spreads across the Himalayas with 70 percent of its land coated in forests. To deter low cost tourism, Bhutan requires visitors to spend upwards of $250 USD per day per person making it a highly regarded destination among discerning travelers. A huge attraction of Bhutan is its perceived focus on peacefulness which is reflected in its laws.In 1972 the king of Bhutan introduced the concept of “gross national happiness” (GNH) as an attempt to live in a way that’s [...]

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    BLOG | Why I Like Being Happy: My Journey of Teaching Well-Being and Resilience

    One of my first happy moments in my memory was as a child around 6 years old, walking down to the beach through a very steep path towards Porthmore Beach in Cornwall. It was an arduous journey in English weather but extremely fun times with friends at the beach as a young boy. It’s these memories of joy that inspire me to teach well-being. Well that’s part of the truth and perhaps the other part I share another time!I graduated from Cambridge in 1995 and it was difficult to get a job. Barings Bank had just collapsed with it's rogue trader but I was very fortunate to find employment[...]

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    BLOG | The Philosophy of Happiness

    Some 2,000 years ago the Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle famously stated that “Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence”. It’s one of favourite quotes of all time!We might all agree that our purpose of life is not just to live, but to live well. So, if there is a desire to be happy and an ability to be happy how can we pursue happiness, our well-being for ourselves and others? Since the dawn of time philosophers have been pondering just that - what it means to be happy and how we can experience this sometimes elusive yet [...]

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    BLOG | Top 10 Tips to Choose a Coach

    For whatever reason, you decide to use the support of a coach. It doesn’t matter if it’s for achieving more assertiveness in the office, avoiding toxic relationships, or becoming more productive, efficient and growing your business. Whether you’re looking for a life coach or an executive coach, the first rule is time. Give yourself the time to understand your needs and explore your possibilities. Don’t rush it: because finding both a good coach and finding the right coach, like many other things in life, will most likely take a little bit of time. When I look at the [...]

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    BLOG | 50 Shades of Coaching

    Approaching Coaching can be confusing. At times there may appear to be as many types of Coaching as there are Coaches themselves! So aside from deciding what the topic or outcome of coaching is most relevant to you or your organisation, here are a few of the most important modalities that coaching takes in our 21st century! But first let’s distinguish Coaching from certain other interventions:Coaching has many similarities with therapy. They both address difficulties at home or in the office. They both focus on behavioural change. And they both explore our subjective experience. A good [...]

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    BLOG | Why Do You Need a Coach?

    In today’s fast-changing economies, the demand for developing our workforce skills, knowledge, and productivity grows more and more valuable. In the last few decades our social, economic and political structures have changed dramatically. As complexity and economic rivalry makes each and every industry and business more competitive and aggressive, employers and employees are simply being asked to do more with less. For the same reason, we’re all so exposed to stress and anxiety that dealing with the daily professional tasks or personal matters has never felt so heavy. The good [...]

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    While Millennials are more aware than other generations, their mental health continues to decline. This generation, defined as those aged 24-39 in 2020, is experiencing a health shock fueled by mental health difficulties. These alarming trends are driving new responses to meet the needs of these unique young people and help them cope given the current circumstances. Mental health awareness is not the main problem with this cohort. They have much less stigma regarding mental health and are receiving more education on the topic. Sometimes referred to as the “therapy generation” and [...]

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    Mental health awareness is a cornerstone for removing the stigma around mental disorders and helping us all work through them better. I’m using a comprehensive A-Z approach to review some of the most common human issues as we embrace our struggles to approach our mental health with acceptance, education and positivity.Panic Attacks are intensive waves of fear that come out unexpectedly and can be both debilitating and immobilizing. You might feel your heart pounding, shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness and trembling in your body. They can appear differently in activity, intensity [...]

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