As we move into another challenging year, it's important to strengthen mind and body. Criticaleye members discuss their health priorities and hopes for 2021.
Featuring commentary from:
Michele Faull, former CFO, Coventry Building Society: A real driver for me in my personal and professional life has been to know that what I do is making a difference.
Wasil Haroon, Senior Relationship Manager, Criticaleye: Remember to laugh every day – as Lord Byron said, “it is cheap medicine”.
Tea Colaianni, Chair, SID, Watches of Switzerland: I try to stick to a daily routine, so I get some fresh air and movement and I also start and finish the day doing the same things.
Richard Shoylekov, Board Mentor, Criticaleye: I stay focused on the work and do it the best way possible in the circumstances – address the particular problem and what I can actually do.
Louise Chaplin, Partner & Head of Board Practice, Eton Bridge Partners: Everybody looks at lockdown through different lenses and it’s important when thinking about our situation to remember the bigger challenges others face.
Gareth Llewellyn, former CEO, DVSA: Escapism! I find books that take me to a very different place are great for my mental health.
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