Dolphins would be a lot better at working from home than we are 🐬 They can live in two worlds at once: at night they keep one eye open and one side of the brain alert, the other eye closed and the other side of the brain asleep. We now continually shift back and forth between […]
Wellbeing and Mental Health
The notion of the triple bottom line — financial, environmental, and social — and “ESG” are now part of the vernacular. ESG investing — strategies that hold companies’ accountable for their environmental, social and governance impact — grew to more than $30 trillion in 2018, boomed in 2020, and could reach $50 trillion over the
A mí también me asusta la idea de vacunarme contra el coronavirus. También soy escéptica en cuanto a la rapidez y la tecnología con la que se ha desarrollado. Yo también dudo de cuánta experiencia tienen realmente los llamados expertos. Y estamos todos extenuados, como corredores al fin del maratón, solos, cansados, con la parte
The next year President Nixon appointed a Special Consultant who convened a bipartisan White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health to “put an end to hunger in America for all time.” More than 2,700 private, public, and academic sector participants huddled over three days to submit thousands of recommendations to 5,000 attendees. Within two years,
The term “tragic optimism,” allegedly coined by Holocaust survivor and psychiatrist Viktor Frankl, evokes the ability to find meaning and purpose and maintain hope despite grief and ache. It feels very hard these days. Although we cannot measure online decibels, the world seems to be shouting-and we are shouting back, both online and in person.
We are learning to live in a low-touch society. There are two dictionary definitions of the verb “to touch.” The first is physical. Under that definition, low-touch means physical avoidance. The second definition is “to have an effect on” or “make a difference to.” The less we do of the former, the more we must