In this week's Expert Insight, we catch up with Emma Heptonstall, aka The Divorce Coach. Emma helps clients navigate their way through, what can be, one of the most stressful and emotional experiences we can face. If you are looking for some clarity at such a difficult time, then read on.
It's not just binge drinking louts whose lives have been ruined by alcohol. There has been a rise of middle-class professionals who have succumb to the devastating effects alcohol can have, if abused and used for the wrong reason.
How many of you dream of telling your boss to stick his job up his arse? Who would give up a pay rise to bitch slap that annoying colleague? Or, perhaps you just feel tht there is more to life than sloggin your guts out for a pay cheque. Here we list the Top 5 reasons why you should quit your job.
Ice baths, hot yoga, float tanks, the list goes on. We are always searching for the latest bio hack that is going to help us perform at our optimum levels. Be that physical performance, sleep, or recovery. However, often we find that it’s the simple things have the greatest effect.
The biggest piece of advice right off the bat, is to address your diet and alcohol consumption. It might not be what you want to hear, but it’s imperative that you do. Bad foods create bad habits. A poor diet causes a catastrophic mix-up and confusion in your brain functionality.
Damian King - the founder of Impact LIfestyle kicks things off this week with a guide on how to effectively hack, your way to a more productive and relaxing holiday. Allowing you to return feeling refreshed and able to jump back into your normal routine without experiencing the dreaded Holiday Hangover.
In this week's 'Top 5' we explore and divulge the most craved and sought after sexual desires that us men secretly, and not so secretly for some, desire in the bedroom. When the sexual chemistry disappears from relationships, many men choose to explore a more adventurous and somewhat perverse experience with or without their significant other.
There is no denying that getting up 30 - 60 minutes before you need to shit, shave and shower has its benefits. The "Power Hour”, as I like to call it, sets you up for the day and allows you to prime yourself for a monster gym session and a productive day in the office.
Overwhelm is a word that rarely exists in the male vocabulary. It’s often found in many different guises; stressed and swamped are just two words used to describe the feeling of overwhelm by men. Yet neither really have such a profound effect on our reality or impact our mental state as much as overwhelm.
A guy with a hairy back who doesn't give a flying fuck about it? Someone who can sink ten pints, fart the national anthem, and then requests extra chili sauce on his kebab at 2am? Maybe that was the case back in the 70's and 80's, but it couldn't be further from the truth nowadays. Or could it?
It's perfectly normal to encounter factors that weaken employee motivation at your workplace. And the need to ensure and enhance employee productivity is something that has to be present if everyone's goal is success. Boosting work productivity and therefore quality in your business results in increased customer and employee satisfaction
Who the hell came up with this load of rubbish? I suspect a supplement company who were looking at ways to flog their wares. Namely protein powders, meal replacements, and energy bars. Back in the 90’s and early 2000’s supplement companies would have you sprinting to the nearest water fountain
As a man “overwhelm” is a word that rarely crops up in conversation. We often use other words to describe the feeling - stressed, pissed off etc and I truly believe that this is part of the problem. If we fail to pinpoint and acknowledge a problem then the problem is unlikely to go away.
The City is changing and so should you if you want to stay competitive and ahead of the curve. The change is happening in many industries not exclusive to the City. We no longer see shirtless builders with their arses hanging out, fag in mouth wolf whistling at woman.
When we think of ego the majority of us instantly think of it as a bad thing. Egotistical, vain, and narcissistic are words that often spring to mind. All perceived as negatives by societal norms. But if we look at it from a different perspective we could describe ego as confidence, self-assured and