When Lack of Aliveness Burns Us Out More than Hard Work
The remedy for exhaustion isn’t necessarily more rest. It’s being more alive. It’s finding a firm and clear persuasion that what we are doing at any given time is both right for ourselves and for the world.
Our Rhythm is Our Cycle
Why cycle-oriented living and working can help us stay in the flow.
9 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health at Work
Better understanding the connections between work, mental health, and well-being.
Time to Wrap up 2020 (Finally!)
Now, as this year comes to an end, Greta would like to invite you to look back at your experiences and reflect on how you have been serving your wellbeing.
If You Really Listen, What Does Nature Tell You?
Many of us have lost touch with nature. Greta from Recipes for Wellbeing explains how we can re-establish a conversation with Mother Nature.
Are You a Glass Half-Full or Glass Half-Empty Person?
In her second article in "Optimistic October", Greta Rossi introduces a great exercise to foster gratitude and appreciation in a group of people.
Taking In the Good
This year it is hard not to let oneself be driven away from all the bad in the world. The fabulous Greta from Recipes for Wellbeing has an exercise that will help you easily bring out the positive in your life.
The Power of Empathy and How to Avoid Empathy Burnout
How to solve problems by using empathy for each other.
Cultivating Tender Discipline
As September is here, Greta invites you to develop tenderness towards yourself through silence and solitude.
Group-Coaching to Get Your Team “Unstuck”
In her second August article, Greta introduces the "Action Learning Set" – a powerful group-coaching activity to share lessons learned and to foster a safe environment.