Don’t let procrastination affect your health and wellbeing

Research shows that 95 per cent of us procrastinate to some degree. The good news is that you’re not born a procrastinator.

Procrastination is a habit. Like all bad habits, it can be replaced with a better one, once we understand and learn to overcome it.

Written for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read More >>

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5 Habits of Highly Productive People

If someone were to tell you that to be more productive every day, you need to do less, you might not believe it. List-making and copious amounts of coffee definitely won’t get you too far. Reaching your level of ‘peak productivity’ isn’t just for sportsmen and women, it can be achieved by anyone who is disciplined enough to create new habits.

Written for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read More >>

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5 Ways to Boost your Mind-Set Mojo

Learning to embrace the highs and lows of both our professional and personal lives is all part of life’s experience. Whilst there is no replacement for hard work and perseverance, when it comes to achieving what’s important to us, keeping our mindset in a flexible place is hugely important.

Take on the 20 minute challenge every day for a week and notice how much more energized you will feel!
Written for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read More >>

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5 ways to Flourish with Grit and Resilience

By changing habits and integrating new practises into our lives, we can help ourselves to not only bounce back from challenges, but to also move forward with more hope, creativity and strength. Increasingly, psychologists are finding another characteristic that is a significant predictor of success and well-being. It is not social intelligence or good looks or even physical health. It is grit!

Resilience Series 6 written for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read more >>

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The Science behind Physical Resilience

Exercise helps the mind in several ways, especially given the fact that the brain is a physical organ. When we’re facing a challenge that’s psychological, it can be easy to assume that the solution must start with a mental focus. Yet, sometimes, the most effective solution is to switch our focus to the physical and be more confident that a change of mind will follow.

Resilience Series 5 written for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read More >>

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7 Proven ways to Boost Mental Energy

Enhanced willpower, confidence, focus, creativity and of course resilience, can all result from an increase in your mental energy. So understanding what contributes to unleashing it and how you can integrate more of it in your life, is definitely worth a read. All you need is seven minutes to discover seven proven ways to boost your mental energy.

Resilience Series 4 written for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read more >>

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5 ways to Increase Emotional Resilience

Many of us know the term ROI (Return on Investment). When it comes to your own resilience and motivation, it is important to considerwhere you spend your energy to achieve the greatest return – let’s call it Return on Energy Investment or ROEI. Positive steps towards strengthening your emotional resilience will pay dividends in your positivity, energy levels and motivation.

Resilience Series 3 written for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read More >>

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Discover and Unleash your Strengths

When we do something that we enjoy and we are good at, we naturally feel energised and true to ourselves. We also feel more resilient. Focusing on one’s strengths has been linked to many positive character developments, including the ability to develop the ‘resilience muscle’, become more positive, confident and able to develop better relationships.

Resilience Series 2 written for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read more >>

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Facing Life’s Adventures with Resilience

Think of resilience like an ‘emotional muscle’ that can be strengthened before, during and after you face a challenge in life. Research consistently shows that Resilience is a process that can be learnt and not a trait that cannot be changed. Learn new ways to become more resilient in your life and commit to making positive change.

Cass Coulston, Founder of Beacon Consulting, created a Resilience series for B Positive magazine, a National health and wellbeing magazine, based in India. Read more >>

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