“He has still not answered my email”, “She again criticized my idea during the conference call”, “Why I am not invited to this meeting?”… Often, our emotions will ride very high, very quickly: sadness, fear, angriness, hatred and grudge.
What happens then? Generally, we react while stilling being submerged by emotions (often not felt consciously): the angry reply with n+1 and n+2 in copy, withholding information, cutting communication, even wishing to quit one’s job or a bit of “sabotage”… Good bye efficacy, productivity and professionalism… Continue reading →
What a shame! Thanks to a recent Nutella advertisement in France I learn that “Nutella has its fair place at breakfast, as part of a balanced diet.” What? I may have misread? I admit, my eyesight is getting worse… OK, I read the advertisement again… and still, it’s indeed written word by word… Continue reading →
Le Directeur Financier est ferme : « Non, cela est beaucoup trop cher, impossible d’autoriser cet achat ! ». Le Directeur Marketing argumente : « Mais cet investissement est très important ! Notre produit sera encore plus beau, attractif et intéressant ! »… Une discussion typique lors d’un comité de direction, vous connaissez ? Continue reading →
Adapting new lifestyles, removing unhealthy food items for our diet, sticking to healthy choices over time, integrating them in our daily routines, – all rather straight forward – and still, most of us, never get there. We find all the (wrong) reasons and excuses for staying put where we are. Hence, are we really ready for change? Continue reading →
“Where do get your protein from?” is probably the most frequent question a vegan gets asked. Interestingly, we never discuss the appropriate amount of daily protein-intake, nor health issues associated with hyper-protein-diets. Protein is still the key nutrient we worry about. Continue reading →
Published in OM Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine (www.ommagazine.com), January 2017, p98-99.
A daring new paradigm in health. Stefan Lehner explains how we can improve our health and wellbeing – and other areas of our life – by making better, more conscious choicesContinue reading →
It must have been years that I came cross the statement “thrive, not just survive” with regards to health and wellbeing – even though I cannot remember, who said it… What if, we would feel not just “OK”, “quite good” and “everything all right”, but we felt really energetic, at ease and physically very fit?