It's a new year and time to look forward and seize the opportunities that 2021 will bring. What better way to do that than making sure your mind and body are ready for the challenges ahead. Criticaleye members reveal the health and wellbeing tactics that keep them resilient and balanced.
Featuring commentary from:
Michele Faull, former CFO, Coventry Building Society: A real driver for me in my personal and professional life has been to know that what I do is making a difference.
Wasil Haroon, Senior Relationship Manager, Criticaleye: Remember to laugh every day – as Lord Byron said, “it is cheap medicine”.
Tea Colaianni, Chair, SID, Watches of Switzerland: I try to stick to a daily routine, so I get some fresh air and movement and I also start and finish the day doing the same things.
Richard Shoylekov, Board Mentor, Criticaleye: I stay focused on the work and do it the best way possible in the circumstances – address the particular problem and what I can actually do.
Louise Chaplin, Partner & Head of Board Practice, Eton Bridge Partners: Everybody looks at lockdown through different lenses and it’s important when thinking about our situation to remember the bigger challenges others face.
Gareth Llewellyn, former CEO, DVSA: Escapism! I find books that take me to a very different place are great for my mental health.
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