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Wellness and Prevention for Isolated Jobs

Wellness and Prevention for Isolated Jobs

Isolated workers with unstructured jobs are at risk for a variety of bad habits that can sometimes lead to health complications. Structure and routines can help.

Making Decisions Is a Life Skill

Making Decisions Is a Life Skill

Decision-making is a skill with identifiable steps. While big decisions can cause feelings of anxiety or dread, try a 10-step process that may lead you to an easier decision and a better result. 

Overhaul Your Morning Routine

Overhaul Your Morning Routine

Don’t slug through a morning routine that barely gets you out the door. Small tweaks to your morning routine can pay off big dividends including improved health and more excitement about goals. 

The Work Addiction Scale

The Work Addiction Scale

Workaholism is not an officially recognized disease process, but those who work too much are more prone to depression and anxiety disorders, and these are real treatable illnesses. 

Up Your Self-Discipline

Up Your Self-Discipline

Improve self-discipline by practicing empowering behaviors that become reflexes to drive you in a more rapid pursuit of your goals.