Tune in to this inspirational talk from Tina Seelig, as she explains how taking three key risks will increase your luck and your chances of success
Health and wellbeing does not exist in a bubble. When our physical or mental health go off track, we have to get to its root cause, looking upstream towards our home and work environment.
If you’re aware that you could be hiding your light under a bushel, or you’re consciously choosing to keep a low profile, read on for some proactive steps to help you to move out into the spotlight and fast-track that path to a fulfilling career.
Who would you go to if you’re looking for self-improvement advice or guidance in your life? Perhaps a friend, family member, your boss or your colleagues. These are all people who can provide valuable insight or direction, but there’s a fundamental flaw. Even those who know you best only know you in specific contexts, which…
Work, at its best, can be inspiring, fulfilling and enjoyable. But if you’re not exactly in your dream job, and you’re unhappy in your career long-term, work can become a daily burden, a real chore that leaves you living for the weekends and holidays to escape from the drudgery of your job. If the latter rings…
Alexander Wagner takes us inside the economics, ethics and psychology of doing the right thing. Join him for an introspective journey down the slippery slopes of deception as he helps us understand why some people deceive and others value honesty.
Cast your mind back to school, and you will probably vaguely recall careers advice which may have reinforced long held ambitions, put to bed some unrealistic goals, or opened your eyes to completely new and previously unexplored prospects. But there is one job title that every one of us should have been told was our destiny. In fact, the business cards and job description should have been printed and handed out there and then. Job Title: CEO, My Career. Job Purpose: Proactive Career Management.
Meet the quarter-life crisis. Younger sibling to the mid-life crisis, it is aged about 25 to 35, & characterised by feelings of confused uncertainty and a wildly absent sense of purpose or identity. Our blog expands on the concept, with advice on how you can identify your purpose and emerge happier and more fulfilled.
‘The circumstances of our lives may actually matter less than the sense of control we feel over our lives’. Rory Sutherland explores how the power of re-framing our circumstances can be the secret to happiness and fulfillment.
At FindMyWhy we believe that, given a choice (and most of us have one), everyone should ‘choose happy’. Our latest blog explores some common reasons behind why human nature so often allows us to settle for second best, when there should be very few barriers in the way of complete fulfillment.