Category: mindfulness

Are you taking care of your mental health?

May 14, 2019 by

Did you know that May is Mental Health month?  This is an opportunity to take stock of your mental health and consider how you are, what is working well for you and what you can do to improve or prevent mental health issues.

Categories: Balance, happiness, Inspiration, Life Coach, Meaning and purpose, mindfulness, Sara Redman, Self awareness, stress, Wellbeing

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Conversations that Count

March 19, 2019 by

One of my favourite things  is working with leaders on having the Conversations that Count.  This is not just about constructive feedback but also about giving recognition.  Most leaders struggle with these conversations. Some may find it easier to give recognition but shy away from constructive feedback, others don’t like giving recognition but are comfortable […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, happiness, Meaning and purpose, mindfulness, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness, Wellbeing

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Coming Clean…

January 24, 2019 by

It is mid-January as I write this now and I woke up this morning to return to work with genuine fire in my belly. I noticed in my morning meditation that I actually feel lighter and more centred than I have in years….and of course it is a truly welcome, blissful feeling.  I was curious […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, happiness, Meaning and purpose, mindfulness, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness, Wellbeing

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The power of assuming positive intent

October 10, 2016 by

Until recently, I would have never considered myself one to assume that the actions of others were driven by negative intent. Yet if anyone – especially someone at work, were to say to me “we need to talk,” I would find myself filled with worry, racking my brain to think of what I might have […]

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Why being kind is taking off

September 28, 2016 by

  Recently, I was running a team building session for one of our clients, and we did an exercise that may normally have resulted in a winner and a prize. I decided to do something different, and instead gave every participant a ‘prize’ but with one proviso – they needed to give it to someone […]

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Closing the stress cycle

April 06, 2016 by

I had been eagerly awaiting my Easter break. Not because I wanted time away from work (I love my job!), or because the anticipation of what my husband had gotten me as an Easter treat was just too exciting (Cocobean chocolate), but because I was heading away bushwalking for three days. Although I love my […]

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Why taking a break is super important

March 23, 2016 by

With the Easter long weekend upon us, it is a great time to pause and check in on our own state of wellbeing. On a scale of 0 -10 where 10 is optimal wellbeing where do you sit at the moment? The latest Australian Psychological Society Annual Stress and Wellbeing Survey has found 35 per cent of Australians are […]

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Reducing the negative effects of multitasking – 9 helpful tips

January 09, 2015 by

Multitasking has become a common part of life for most individuals. Workers spread themselves thin by using numerous communication channels, technologies, and devices somewhat simultaneously.  Focusing our brain on one specific task has benefits, but the one task focus situation is becoming less common in many job situations. Accuracy and analytical ability are significantly important […]

Categories: Corporate Wellbeing, High Performance, mindfulness, Personal accountability, Personal Development, Uncategorized, Wellbeing

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S.T.O.P. + take a step towards Mindfulness.

February 18, 2014 by

We live much of our lives on “automatic pilot” rather than being awake to the present moment. We are constantly distracted with fantasies, memories, hopes and fears about what is going on rather than seeing the direct, immediate reality of our experience and fully engaging in the present moment. Use this S.T.O.P. exercise to bring […]

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