How about adjusting your sitting posture right now?

How about adjusting your sitting posture right now?

Sitting at a desk for a long period, we tend to crane the neck, hunch forward the shoulders and round the back. Studies indicate that sitting up straight increases self-confidence and alertness. It also supports proper breathing and a healthy spine.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I pay special attention to my sitting posture keeping my spine long and straight.

Who will you listen to actively today?

Who will you listen to actively today?

Active listening invites you to go beyond the words. It suggests to take note of the body language, the facial expression and the tone of voice. Active listening shows respect, builds empathy and creates trust.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
During conversations, I focus on the speaker and do not interrupt.

How about closing your eyes…right now?

How about closing your eyes…right now?

Most jobs are now performed in front of a computer screen and it is very easy to get tired. For an immediate refresh, close your eyes for a few seconds, then let go of all the muscles around the eyes. The University of Surrey scientists even say that shutting eyes frees up brainpower!

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I practice instant relaxation, closing my eyes a few seconds, several times per day.

When will you experience grounding today?

When will you experience grounding today?

Hustle bustle of life may easily leave us anchorless, “floating” with no strong connection with self and the “here and now”. Grounding ourselves, pressing our feet on the ground while standing tall and breathing deeply enables to quickly tune back. Re-aligned, we can move forward with serenity.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I take every day a moment to ground myself, keeping calm and feeling strong.

Which relationships will I nurture today?

Which relationships will I nurture today?

Relationships – at home and at work – require our sustained attention and care. A 75-year longitudinal study from Harvard Medical School (The Grant Study) concluded that the quality of our relationships has the greatest positive impact on our sense of fulfillment.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I put time and energy to nurture relationships that matter the most.