Performance Matters on Stress
Andrew May It's not as much what happens, but how we bounce back that is most important.
Andrew May Brain and body alike deserve some downtime so you're ready to perform when you need to.
Andrew May Is your first instinct to expect the worst? It's not too late to look on the bright side.
Andrew May Stopping work to have a quick lunch break is the key to having a productive afternoon.
Andrew May A quick siesta daily can make you mentally sharper, and likely to live longer.
Andrew May The most natural physiological function can also be one of the hardest to master.
Andrew May Most of us have done it, but some are more creative - or ridiculous - than others.
Andrew May Minor behavioural shifts can help you to become more productive and satisfied.
Andrew May Being a regular corporate traveller and maintaining fitness aren't mutually exclusive.
Andrew May Expecting nothing less than perfection from yourself can be a debilitating disorder.
Andrew May Can small but frequent doses of fitness training give you more benefit than hours and hours of training?
Andrew May What do racing-car drivers, snowboarders, rock climbers and other extreme sportspeople know about stress that we don't?
Andrew May Bad things happen to all of us, but it is how you respond after the event that really counts.
Andrew May It's a dirty word in the workplace, but stress can be a great motivator if you approach it like an Olympian.
Andrew May Do you remember the good old days when we actually spoke to the people we work with and posted letters using 'snail mail'?
Andrew May Smart people can do dumb and unproductive things when they are overloaded and under constant stress, but it doesn't have to be so.
Andrew May Have you ever had one of those days where you thought 'work sucks and there must be a better way?'
Andrew May Some smart people I know do really dumb things when it comes to their habits - and I am not just talking about alcohol and caffeine.
Andrew May For those who find the stress of travel unbearable, here are some strategies to help you unwind.