“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
albert einstein - theoretical physicist
Buckle up please! There is a situation in the office!
We all face 1000+ distractions per day over various interactions with an ever growing number of people, programs, apps and devices. Funny thing is that most of our distractions are initiated by ourselves.
4. Fast Pace
Impatience and anxiety or a wish to avoid even the slightest delay appeared to be symptomatic of fastlane living according to several studies. Our lives move at such a fast pace that being stuck in traffic is a chance to make a quick phonecall. Leon Kreitzman, author of the book "24-hour society" says: Our bodies have not evolved to operate in a flexible fastpaced 24-hour environment. Constantly living in the fastlane can compromise our overall wellbeing.
7. Losing Time & Focus
From personal experience we can say that point 1 to 6 have often lead us to feelings of 'overwhelm'. What is most important? What is most urgent? Who is most important? When is the deadline? The key to time and stress management is the ability to push the 'pause' button and regain focus.
The average whitecollar worker sits 13,5 hours per day. Researchers have called this "Sitting Disease" because of the effects on our spine, muscles, brain, intestines and its direct correlation to obesity and diabetes.
Our interactions with technology seem to be controling our lives instead of being instruments to enable us control over our own lives. The average adult in the Western world checks his/her phone 149 times per day as a habitual pattern.
5. Overall Complexity
People are struggling to juggle work commitments with the demands of family and keeping up with friends. The more complex and important problems get pushed to the side or postponed because more 'urgent' stimulants are in our faces.
6. Being In The Moment
It seems like we're always analysing the past or planning and working for the future. We are always talking, wanting, or doing instead of listening or simply being.
8. Business or busy-ness?
If you don't have time to come back to yourself at any given moment, it's because you're not in control. And if you lack the tools to regain control, business will soon become busy-ness.
of work-related illnesses are cases of stress, depression or anxiety.
of people feel stressed every day.
working days are lost each year due to stress an anxiety
We believe that success is not the key to happiness but that happiness is the key to success. (If not the definition of success.) Therefore a happier workforce is a more successful workforce. Our aim is to bring health, happiness and teamwork to the office space through the wisdom of yoga & meditation. Our services are accessible for all employees, applicable for all employers and as down-to-earth as it can be.