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Unplug to Recharge: Navigating the Hyperconnected World

Feeling the strain of constant connectivity?

If you’re struggling to disconnect and feel as though your resilience is being tested, you’re not alone.

In our fast-paced, tech-driven era, the benefits of connectivity come hand in hand with increased stress and cognitive overload.

The fear of missing out (FOMO) and dwindling productivity plague many of us, leaving us feeling overwhelmed and disconnected from ourselves.

Here’s a short video I recorded to help you manage your energy and stay resilient.



It’s Not Just About Meditation

But fear not; disconnecting doesn’t have to mean sitting cross-legged in meditation for hours. As highlighted in a recent podcast episode with mindfulness coach Luke Doherty, finding activities that bring joy and allow us to switch off is key.

Whether fishing, knitting, or even building Lego kits, these pursuits offer a sanctuary from the digital noise, signalling to our subconscious that self-care is a priority.


Turning Words into Action

So, here’s your challenge: identify your mindful escape.

What activity brings you joy and allows you to recharge?

Once identified, carve out time in your schedule to indulge in this activity regularly.

Prioritise your well-being not just for yourself but for those you lead and love.

And remember, a refreshed leader is an effective leader.


One More Thing To Do Right Now

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Until next time, keep looking after those you have the privilege and responsibility to lead.

Your coach,

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