The pandemic and ‘covid normal’ world has affected many of us over the past 2 years leaving an unanticipated impact on how we experience life - steeped in fear and anxiety. These negative emotions have affected us in varying degrees: ~ anxiety about our health and the wellbeing of friends, family and colleagues ~ social anxiety ~ social isolation ~ financial anxiety due to employment uncertainty ~ fear of failure This fear continues to be exacerbated by social media, televisi
Recovery is a process. As each new day begins seek out the opportunities for renewal. In challenging circumstances - step quietly into your power, release the need to know 'why' things happen as they do, instead recognise what you may learn. At this point in time - right across Australia people are experiencing distress, overwhelm, disbelief, exhaustion from the destruction of the bushfires. You may be experiencing these feelings right now. You may find it difficult to get up
WHY, WHAT and How Let’s start by asking – why did I open this business, why do I want to be self-employed? More freedom Choose the hours to work Spend time on fun stuff – hobbies, sport, gym, Time with the family, kids, friends Develop a niche Take the time to remember why you started your business – to be your own ‘boss’, for more freedom to act independently, be in control of decision making, control when and how you do things. Are you truly in control? If not, what to do?
How would you rate your wellbeing today? We hear a lot of buzz words and the latest being “Disruptive…” Disruptive technology, disruptive service delivery, disruptive product. What about disruptive thinking? How do you structure your day: Tasks to do – time to do your accounts, undertake stock control, coordinate staff Contact client A, B, C Meetings, agendas, allocate tasks to achieve meeting output , desk work, assemble products, pick/pack/send, email suppliers, follow up o