It’s back to school time here in London so it's a great opportunity to pause for a moment to check in on where you are with your approach to healthy living and make any changes that will guarantee Grade A results for the future.
To save you some time here are a few ideas that have been making a big difference to those we’ve been working with recently along with some motivating resources:
A simple top tip to fast-track healthy living results
Instant feel-good actions: 7 quick wellbeing wins
2 inspiring books you should read
2 super speedy workouts to boost your energy
Get stuck in and share the advice with your team...
Top tip to fast-track healthy living results: why wait to feel great?
If you’re already aware of the lifestyle changes that would make the biggest difference to how you feel, perform and enjoy life, take action today.
Getting started won’t be any easier tomorrow, next week won’t be quieter and next month will not present the ideal opportunity you've been waiting for.
Do something right now and by this time tomorrow, next week and next month you’ll be well on your way to achieving your bigger picture healthy living goals.
If you're not sure how to get started, here are...
7 things you can do immediately that will boost physical energy and mental fitness. Pick one for today and one for every day of the coming week.
Eat the first of 5 daily pieces of fruit and veg
Take a break
Practice deep breathing to focus your mind
Sit / stand with good posture
Take a walk
Schedule a 10 minute workout
Books we’ve loved recently
These books are packed with masses of strategic and practical advice - we've picked out a couple of points on how some of the content can help with wellness and performance. If you read the books, let us know how they help you and your organisation.
Alive at Work
The neuroscience of helping your people love what they do
Daniel M. Cable
Applications for wellness: individuals and teams are keen for success so let’s be creative about how we work (and live and teach and coach and train) to create engagement where there’s resistance and motivation where there’s frustration. Focus on developing a sense of purpose and passion at work (and with living a healthy life).
The Leading Brain
Neuroscience hacks to work smarter, better, happier
Friederike Fabritius & Hans W Hagemann