How to find confidence and adapt to another change
Manage your emotions, remain positive and adapt to another change
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We’ve all had a significant lack of outdoor nature recently, and it’s been difficult for many of us. Maybe you’re still in lockdown, or you’re starting to be able to travel outdoors a little more. In any case, we are strong advocates of bringing the outdoors into your homes and creating a plant sanctuary.
The phrase ‘life-changing’ can conjure up all kinds of emotions –excitement, anxiety, a feeling of being overwhelmed. When we think of changing our lives we often default to big, drastic acts that we hope will bring about 360 degrees of change. But that’s not always what we need. Nor is it often achievable. There’s no better way to set yourself up for failure than by aiming for unrealistic, unachievable goals in an attempt to effect change.
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Whether it’s choosing to eat an extra slice of cake or deciding to apply for a new job, our emotions affect everything we do. If we are to live life to the fullest and approach our daily tasks in a positive way, we must care for our emotional health.
How do we let our emotions work for us, instead of against us? The secret to enjoying more satisfying relationships could lie in cultivating your emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence, or EQ, has been a popular topic in the self-help and personal development world for a while, but what is it? And can it be learned?
As the old saying goes, your thoughts do affect your actions, and harnessing the power of positive thinking can help you live your best life. When you live and breathe a positive attitude, it trickles into your day-to-day routine, your relationships and your career. While changing your mindset is a little daunting, it can be as simple as having a positive thought of the day. If you need helping hand, we’ve got seven steps towards positive thinking, to help you along the way.
Summer is a great time to reflect on the positives from your year so far -and to explore how you might build on these to make life even better for you and those around you.
We will start with a disclaimer: we are not athletes. But we want to share what the Bach Team is up to to lift our –at times –low mood at home during the lockdown in the hopes that it will help you too.
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In this climate, work smarter, not harder and most importantly... be kind to yourself.