Behaviours and habits that we employ in our everyday life are most important. In a way, they run our life as pretty much everything what we do is based on a habit or a behaviour we have developed at some point in our life and have a long term impact on our health and happiness….
In today’s world of instant gratification, where we want everything instantly makes us accustomed to instant gratification bias in other important areas of our work.
Constantly giving into temptations can lead to unproductive habits, poor decision-making, anger, stress, overwhelm and impulsive behaviour.
Even though many of us know what it means to be mentally strong, yet in our day-to-day life we get overwhelmed by unexpected changes or sudden life stressors.
The decisions we make in the moment and habits we establish overtime determine our level of resilience in any situation.
How you make tough choices often shapes your workplace decision-making culture. Blindly following your perception of what’s right or wrong can lead to poor or faulty decision-making and sometimes to decision avoidance.
What if your very efforts to find happiness are actually preventing you from achieving it? Everything in our lives from work, for defining success or making a difference, is presided over by some rules we happen to set for ourselves which are often not in alignment with our underlying objective of achieving happiness.
“Success is not to be measured by what one accomplished in life, success is to be measured by what one overcomes while trying to succeed.” – Booker. T. Washington How do you respond to adversity or when things don’t go to plan? Do you become aggressive or do you disconnect from life and hide? We…