Monthly Archives: December 2016

  • How To Stay Calm In A Busy Office

    8 Meditation Techniques For Peace Of Mind And Improved Productivity In The Work Place


    Tom Von Deck is the author of Oceanic Mind – The Deeper Meditation Training Course. He learned meditation at a young age in the 1980’s. Tom allows practitioners to create the customized meditation solutions that they are most compatible with as unique individuals. He also provides all the tricks of the trade that make meditation a whole lot easier for busy people and everyone else. In this blog post, Tom explains 8 techniques that will help us keep a cool head when everyone around us is losing theirs.

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  • How To Organise Electronic Files And Emails

    Much of the information we handle these days comes in electronic form. And there's usually a lot of it. Which is why it is important to keep our heads above the electronic flood and implement a system which keeps our data organised. And even though we're still a long way away from a completely paperless office, most of us still struggle with developing (and sticking to) non-paper filing methods that reflect the technological advances of these modern times. Our inboxes are full—the folders on our PC desktops are in disarray. But it doesn't have to be this way. Organizing our email and electronic files can be quite simple and setting up a a functioning and reliable filing system on our workstations can be done with just a few easy steps.

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  • The Eternal Debate Over Work From Home Mums

    Kim Masters is a writer who works from home. She's also a devoted mother. In an article on the US website 'Parenting', she takes a look at the eternal debate over whether or not mothers who work from home are guilty of neglecting their kids. And she comes up with some remarkable insights into the so-called 'mummy war.'

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  • Creating The Perfect Office

    It could be said that how we behave depends on where we are. But according to psychologist turned writer, Dr. Christian Jarret, there's much more to it than that.

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