Why We Sleep – Matthew Walk – Book of the Month

Why We Sleep Matthew Walker

Sleep. Why we sleep and why we should really prioritise this activity. That’s the subject of Matthew Walker’s book. A sleep scientist who spent four years (in between research) writing this book.  This book makes a strong a compelling case for why we should take sleep seriously. Sleep depreciation makes us susceptible to a whole…

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Simple Productivity Hack You Must Employ!

Hari Kalymnios - Productivity

A simple productivity hack for you today. Everyone wants to be more productive, and this strategy is one that I used in coaching many times to help people think about how they complete their tasks.  Everyone has their own systems for being more productive and completing their tasks. However, I feel this productivity hack (if…

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Weird Sh!t I Own – Part 2

Cool Stuff

Some cool stuff to own.

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Sleeping Better When Travelling – Hotel Hacks for You

Sleeping Better at Hotels

I’ve been travelling a lot the last 6 months for work. Mostly nationally but some international travel too. And while I’m still figuring out the best systems to put in place, one thing that is usually a priority for me to sort out (as well as my nutrition) is sleep.  Sleeping well when travelling is…

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Weird Sh!t I Own – Part 1

I have lots of weird and wonderful things at my house that I forget others would find weird. So I thought I’d do a little series on them. I’m always on the hunt for things that can help improve my life in some small way. Some work, some don’t. The things I’m going to share…

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Biological Versus Chronological Ageing

Biological versus Chronological Ageing - Hari Kalymnios - The Thought Gym

Biological Versus Chronological Ageing. Do you know that you have a biological age as well as a chronological age? And that a young biological age is ultimately more important than your chronological age?  Chronological Age Your chronological age is simply how long you have been around for. How many years on this planet. It’s the…

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Just Read It – Book of the Month October 2018

Shoe Dog - Phil Knight - Hari Kalymnios - The Thought Gym

Just read it. That’s what I say. My book of the month for October 2018 is one I read while in Cyprus over the summer. One of a handful of books I’ve ever read that I call ‘un-put-down-able’!  Seriously.  It’s called Shoe Dog. It’s the story of the early years of NIKE. The athletic and…

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Getting Things Done – Easily

Productivity - Hari kalymnios - the thought gym

Getting things done easily at work or elsewhere. It can be a chore. I remember when I used to work in the corporate world that getting things done, getting permission, especially if they were to change long held processes or ways of doing things was a definite challenge.  Even if it would benefit the organisation.…

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Front Loading Nutrition – How to Be Healthy While Eating Unhealthy Food

Frontloading - Hari Kalymnios

What is Front-loading? I’m often asked whether I eat healthy all the time. Good nutrition. The answer is emphatically – NO! I like my junk as much as the next person. I eat crisps, chocolates, biscuits, chips and cakes especially. Granted the cakes and chocolates will be vegan and gluten free, but still not the…

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Reasons to Stay Alive – Book of the Month September

Reasons to Stay Alive - Matt Haig - Hari Kalymnios - The Thought Gym

This month I want to share with you a book that tackles a serious subject. That of mental health. I had read one of Matt Haig’s books in the past. A fiction book which I really enjoyed. This book is somewhat autobiographical. It details the author’s own struggles with anxiety and other mental health conditions…

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