OK so I love creating social media updates, newsletters, posters, eBooks... Pretty much anything which can be circulated to hundreds (or thousands), of people which are going to help them overcome mental health difficulties. As I am sure you will agree - even more than loving the creative process its awesome when you find out that people are reading, and sharing them! Last week I received a lovely email from Ghergich & Co. (an American content marketing company), who said they read, and quite enjoyed our 'Workplace Stress - Not in my organisation' blog post. Not only that they have created an awesome infographic which covers some really great tips to which will not only help get your stress levels under control, but can also aid you in spotting the signs of stress in your co-workers.
Our company was founded back in May 2014 in order to empower everyone to have the confidence to support those around them who may be having a difficult time. In order to achieve this we're regularly discussing the hugely detrimental effect stress has on a persons life. We also do our best to give advice, support and training to individuals, businesses and schools on how to reduce the impact of stress. So of course when they asked me to blog, and share it I jumped at the chance (well once I had a peak and checked that it was any good!). Scroll down to see it for yourself, and to read a little more about all the points when you get to the end there is a link to the site. Happy scrolling!
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If you have got something you would like us to look at, and maybe blog about let us know by sending us a quick email to - email@example.com - just make sure its relevant to our company or we will have to politely decline. Have an awesome rest of your day - Katie.
Katie Woodland - A developmental, and holistic psychologist who specialises in educating and empowering individuals, business leaders & school teachers to remove mental health as a barrier to success.