Apr 192016
 

Kendrick Mountain from SnowbowlResearchers say the ‘success syndrome’ could explain why your best employees are quitting
Researchers assert that a steady increase in collaborative work is undermining organizations’ performance. Essentially, the more valuable you are to the company, the more demands get placed on you. This article interviews one of the researchers about how this process typically unfolds and what can be done to prevent it.

Science Says People Who Enjoy Being Alone Are More Likely To Be Successful
Although success is something we all hope to achieve, it can be a real struggle. You might think the extroverts of the world have the best shot at achieving their life goals, but science disagrees. A tendency to enjoy your alone time over socializing can actually help you achieve ultimate success. Learn why.

Tap your holiday stress-busting super power: Breathing
This strategy isn’t just for holiday stress, it’s also for the everyday stress you experience. Training yourself to breathe properly can reverse the negative physiological responses that stress creates. It reduces physical tension, promotes mindfulness, and helps you rest, which gives you more resources to handle the day-to-day grind.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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