Social connections and relationships are one of the key aspects when it comes to our wellbeing and happiness. We humans are inherently social beings, independent of our culture, age, socio-economic background, or personality traits in terms of being an introvert, extrovert, or ambivert. Our emotions get triggered and influenced by the people we surround ourselves with and we thus feel the direct impact of them on our mood and mental state.
December is fast approaching and most of us, if we haven't already started, find ourselves in the yearly rabbit whole of Christmas gift shopping. And if you are anything like me, this period and task always feels a little draining… What would the suitable gift for your special someone be? What have you been giving last year? And what would a great sustainable gift be? Something that really brings value and doesn't just clutter our homes without any real purpose?
In our modern-day society, success seems to be measured by what we have done, created or accumulated. As a result, many of us chase career titles, social status or money. Influenced by others around us, and often by the media, we tend to believe that success can be found in material possessions, status, and a life filled with luxury—surrounded by our materialistic culture. We relate this definition of success to happiness and yet, accumulating those things does not make us happier. On the other hand, when we don't achieve those things, our life is not considered a success—judged from the
From work emails to everyday to-do lists, typing has become the chosen method of writing for most things in our lives. Advanced technologies have become so prevalent in our daily routines that they have almost replaced some of the most traditional activities, like handwriting. Fast and convenient, the entire digital process is quick and simple. And yet, even in this digital age, many leaders see keeping a notebook and pen at hand critical, not solely to write down ideas in the moment to refer back to later.
Do you feel like you’re not being productive enough? That you’re not reaching the goals you set up for yourself? Not utilising your time properly and kind of just… wasting your time? Well you’re not alone. Organizing and being productive is something most people struggle with. Proper time-management and really making sure you’re setting the right conditions for yourself to succeed is close to impossible. But we’re here to tell you that it’s not actually impossible. There are techniques, structures, and guides to reach better productivity and enable yourself with the right tools to make the most of your time and