Branding is very important for any company. Having that recognition of a logo and a specific look and feel is key for clients when it comes to building trust as well as building an organized, professional reputation to set you apart from your competitors.
Keep calm while you tackle your to-do list.
If you’re worrying, “I have so much to do and not enough time,” you’re not alone. With the holidays approaching, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed by mounting work and the pressure of hosting and gifting.
With more stress and less sleep, usual everyday interactions don’t come easily. You might snap at anyone who asks you for something, wish to wave a magic wand that clears your mountain of tasks, and run (literally) from your desk to where you need to go—yesterday I ran into my yoga class late and flustered, while everyone relaxed in shavasana. Sigh.
Movement is medicine.
I caught a bad case of writer’s block in April. My creative spirit was dim, and I was desperate to get my mojo back. When a friend asked me to join her on a 127-kilometre hike, I initially said, “no,” because I should have been brainstorming stories. When my partner said, “go, it will give you inspiration,” I was reminded of the power of nature to rejuvenate creativity. I set off into the Australian bush: each step became an inquisitive spark of new content, wouldn’t it be cool to write about how sport can help us thrive in our lives?
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Six strategies for success.
With three games left in the season, my women’s soccer team won the league and claimed first place with a 13-point lead. It might surprise you that last year we were a losing team. We’re a skilled bunch who strategize, play our positions, and strike hard, but that’s not why we became a winning team. We won this year because we overcame our self-doubt and built self-belief. On and off the pitch we practiced three things consistently: communication, connection, and confidence.