As we fantasise about hitting the brakes this festive season to spend time with our loved ones, and to relax and recharge, some of us may be struggling to pedal through the rocky terrain of year-end fatigue.
With life coming at us from all directions, even the most dedicated of us are bound to be experiencing some level of physical and mental exhaustion.
And you’re not alone. In fact, the month of October has been dedicated to Mental Health Awareness in South Africa, with decision-makers recognising work stressors as a key contributor to mental fatigue.
But for those on the edge of the burnout cliff, what can be done in the last few months to prevent the imminent fall?
Tim Cordon, Chief Operating Officer, Middle East and Africa for the Radisson Hotel Group, shares the importance of prioritising your wellbeing, the necessity of establishing a healthy work-life balance, his love for cycling and how it could be a sweet escape for your soul.
For many professionals, professional progression and growth rests heavily upon their ability to work hard, often sacrificing personal time for the advancement of their careers. But most professionals will agree that there is something about being in your twenties that makes you feel like you should be holding down a job, studying a PhD, buying a house, writing a novel, travelling the world, pursuing twenty different hobbies, going to the gym eight days a week as well as adopting two dogs and cat. New entrants into the working world may feel […]