Mindfulness for Millennials – Interview with Dr Audrey Tang

Mindfulness is an increasingly popular buzzword in the university and business sphere. Although a relatively unexplored area; practising mindfulness in its various forms can improve our wellbeing and help us build resilience for day-to-day stresses, among other benefits. I had the pleasure of catching up with Dr Audrey Tang, author of the recently published ‘The Leader's Guide … Continue reading Mindfulness for Millennials – Interview with Dr Audrey Tang

Tempering Your Inner Boss

I was neither a fan of superheroes nor comics when growing up. I was blissfully ignorant for 22 years. Comics and all things superhero were for boys; crafts and all things princess were for girls. Say what you like about stereotyping, I was happy. I then met my now husband, and my 'super-education' began. For … Continue reading Tempering Your Inner Boss

Cycling Without Stabilisers

A mentor of mine recently commented on the style of a mentor/mentee relationship. Mentors enjoy guiding their mentees and showing them the ropes. But long term, they expect their mentees to champion them! Once that have passed on the tricks of the trade; they expect not to be constantly contacted with the same requests, rather … Continue reading Cycling Without Stabilisers