The Power of Rituals and Overcoming Difficult Times

Hari Kalymnios Rituals and Routines

I discuss the power of rituals and how to overcome difficult times in this short except from a talk I gave at Watkins Book Store for the release of my latest book – Working Well: What You Need to Know to Live a Longer, Happier, Healthier Life.  We only really have control of our schedule…

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Podcast Interview on JGA Recruitment Podcast | Hari Kalymnios with Nick Day

Hari Kalymnios - The Thought Gym - Working Well

This is an interview on the JGA recruitment podcast which specialises in Payroll, HR and Marketing recruitment. In this episode we discuss what it takes to Work Well again. Grab a copy of the book I talk about here: http://fromaccidentstozero.com/product/working-well/  Use the code ‘HARI‘ for 25% off the online price listed.        

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Book of the Month – April – Working Well: What You Need to Know to Live a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life

Working Well Book

This month’s book of the month is actually my latest wellbeing book – Working Well: What You Need to Know to Live a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life. I’ve written this with a co-author, Andrew Sharman, who is a world leader when it comes to leadership in the health & safety sector with clients ranging from…

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Nerves: How to Get Over Public Speaking Nerves and Anxiety

Getting Over Public Speaking Nerves

How to Get Over Public Speaking Nerves and Anxiety How do you get over public speaking nerves? Do you get anxious when speaking in front of people? Public speaking is the biggest fear out there according to some. Even more than a fear of death. And while I can’t get you to be a brilliant…

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Book of the Month – March – Food WTF Should I Eat?!?!!??

Food Book

Food. It’s a confusing topic. So just WTF should you eat? Well, in my book of the month for March, it’s Dr Mark Hyman’s latest book – Food: WTF Should I Eat. Also known (in US, I think) as Food: What The Heck Should I Eat? If you don’t know of Dr Mark Hyman, then…

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5 Things Every New Yogi Needs to Know

New Yogi

This post is about the 5 Things Every New Yogi Needs to Know before starting yoga. When I started practising yoga several years ago, I must admit there was little thought to it. I was working shifts and yoga seems like the best activity to do after all night up and working. I’d tried running…

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How to Breathe Properly – Book of the Month – February 2018

the oxygen advantage - Patrick McKeown - hari kalymnios

Breathing. The power of breath and how to breath properly. That’s the subject of this month’s book of the month. It gets pretty technical, but it’s an eye opener for you I’m sure. The book is called… The Oxygen Advantage by Patrick McKeown  Breathing. Some of the interesting things in the book are the importance…

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5 Meditation Myths Debunked and Busted

Hari Meditation Debunked Myths

Meditation is everywhere these days. When I started meditating and looking into meditation it wasn’t as big commercially. If you’re not currently a meditator then you need to read this. If you do meditate, then maybe you would like to share this with those that don’t. I started meditating in 2012, after hearing from countless…

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6 Things Every Man New To Yoga Must Know

Yoga for Men

If you’re a man and you’re thinking of taking up yoga, or have just started to, then you must read this. It will save embarrassment, confusion and time.   [1] Eyes Wide Shut Guys – when in down dog, learn to close your eyes and get into the pose. Why? One, to feel your way…

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January Book of the Month – The ONLY Personal Development book you need to read

How Life Works - Andrew Matthews

I’ve been in personal development for some time now, and read countless books. Recently a friend of mine gave me this book and I was surprised I’d not come across it before. Essentially this no-nonsense book gets straight to the point on all manner of how life works questions and topics that are ubiquitous in…

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