I first heard Scott Dinsmore’s TED talk a few years ago, and it remains one of my favourite and most inspiring talks. Titled: ‘How to find work you love’ introduced to me life changing perspectives. Not only applicable to the workplace, as the heading might suggest, but beneficial to my life and how I approach it. Other than being relieved to learn I wasn’t alone, he offered an easy to understand framework, as well as three take-aways that brought about positive change to my life.
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Exercise with achievable goals is a great place to start for those of us, especially that feel a little behind on the achievement platform. Knowing I can comfortably run 5 km has had a far greater effect on my emotional health than I ever imagined. I feel a winner!
I care about my physical health, but I care even more about my cerebral health, and as I watch older folks battling with dementia, I am very aware how real the disease is. If I am going to live longer, I would like to put in the work to keep cognitive decline at bay.
As a young, eager to impress, marketing executive in my early twenties, I recall my surprise when a senior manager announced he has never worked on a Sunday and never intends to.
My sleep troubles began in my early thirties. In my 40s, I realised the severity of my sleep disorder. I found myself crying at unexpected times, until finally, I hit rock bottom and had to make a change. Here is what I learnt.
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