Learn 7 Key Ways To Re-Engage With Your Work When You Feel Burnt Out

We work on average 40 hours a week however there are individuals who exceed this amount averaging 50 plus hours a week. Research shows that burnout affects service professionals more and more.

According to The World Health Organisation burnout is an “occupational phenomenon”. On the 28th of May 2019 burnout was included by The World Health Organisation in the revision of The International Classification of Diseases. Although burnout is not classified as a medical condition it is nevertheless diagnosed officially as a non negligible condition, which results from chronic workplace stress.

I know that you are passionate about your work however you feel stressed out and overwhelmed by the demands it puts on you.

Enduring long working hours has the following consequences:

  • Feeling drained at the end of a working day
  • Not seeing the end of the dark tunnel
  • Not being able to control your time effectively
  • Not being as productive as you would like to be
  • Running on empty...
  • Being...
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Learn One Powerful Way To Improve Your Work-Life Balance

It is estimated that we spend our time every week on average:

  • Working 40 hours
  • Sleeping 40 hours

But do you know that you have 72 hours to spare every week or on average 62 hours if you count travelling time to work and back.

In view of the speed of life and the quality of life you want to live, it is important that you spend wisely the remaining 72 hours you have available every week.

Do you wake up happy or have you been complaining a lot recently about what is not working in your life? If you have been complaining about certain aspects of your life it is time to take the Life Balance Assessment so that you can improve the quality of your life and find peace.

I would like to share with you in this blog article the benefits of the Life Balance Assessment and how you can improve dramatically your work-life balance. 

The Life Balance Assessment is a simple and powerful tool which lets you:

  • Evaluate where you are in your life right now
  • Assess your satisfaction with your...
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3 Quick Ways To Reduce Your Stress Levels

In his book ‘The Stress Cure’ Patrick Halford demonstrates the stress epidemic in a health survey his company carried out with more than 55,000 participants. His health survey revealed that 72% of the participants felt stressed, while 66% experienced frequent anxiety and tension.

If you are reading this article you might be suffering from high levels of stress.

Albert Einstein said that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results . With this quote in mind for positive change and in order to reduce stress you must be willing to do things differently.

Where most people get stuck is that they keep doing the same things that do not work over and over again. Thus, they cannot reach different results or experience any improvement. As you read this blog article you must be willing to do things differently in order to increase your well-being.

Which brings me to the first quick way to reduce stress:

  1. Identify your stressors

A stressor is...

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Life Balance Review

You probably made the resolution at the beginning of the year to create more balance and harmony in your life.

  • How are you progressing?
  • Are you on course or off course?

We are now more than half way through the year and I believe that now is a good time to review all of the practical tips I have shared with you this year on The Everyday Life Balance Show to date so that you can create more balance and harmony in your life.

You will find below what I have shared with you.

The purpose of this article is to help you review  the various tips you can apply so that you can experience positive results and achieve your goal.

You have learnt so far:

  • How asking yourself the right empowering questions can transform your life. For example, a very empowering question is "How can I..." instead of "I can’t."
  • Why changing your perception matters when you want to create more balance in your life. When you change the way, you look at things the things you look like change.

  • The...
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Celebrating 100 Episodes of The Everyday Life Balance Show

Hurray...

Thank-you for celebrating episode 100 of The Everyday Life Balance Show.

I would like to thank-you personally for subscribing to the Everyday Life Balance Show and for listening to the show every Monday.

Since its inception, The Everyday Life Balance Show has gone from strength to strength. It grew from the idea to help as many people as possible learn ways they can experience and enjoy more balance in their life on a mental, physical and spiritual level.

I remember the first time I launched and how long it took me to get the first episodes out there from a technical view point. Today, I am glad to say that it is much easier and this came with practice.

My commitment to you has always been to get weekly episodes out and I have done so without fail except during the Christmas period when I usually have a break.

I am very happy to announce that to date there has been more than 4,500 + downloads of The Everyday Life Balance Show since I launched the first episodes back in...

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