It’s that time of the year when we look at the calendar and say, “Is it Thanksgiving already?" And that thought leads to considering all the things we have to do. Shopping, cooking and traveling...
We have all experienced a night or two of inadequate sleep, and that might not have any long-term impact on our health. However, when we routinely experience inadequate sleep, it can have serious consequences. So, what’s the best approach to getting a good night’s sleep?
Hear from Sue Beranek, Levelhead’s Director of Communications, regarding powerful insights she’s “gained” from mindfulness practice while trying to “lose” a few pounds. Maybe there’s a helpful tip that will help you with something you’re trying to change, too.
Our digital world provides us with many advantages, such as the ability to stay connected with others, access to knowledge and education, and all sorts of entertainment options. However, as with many innovations that make our lives better, there are unintended consequences. So, how does our tech-saturated world impact our well-being?
We all have the tendency to expose ourselves to information and associate with people who share our view of the world. It’s such a pervasive phenomenon that social psychologists have a name for it, they call it ‘living in an echo chamber’. But, what happens if we step out of it?
There are not many words more dreaded at work than, “I have some feedback for you.” So, how do we break this cycle of fear and begin to turn “feedback” into an ongoing positive and productive tool for growth and motivation?