Bang a Nasty Job Off

Bang a nasty job off
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Part one in our dealing with procrastination series

I would hazard a guess that most, if not all of us, procrastinate on a regular basis. One way to overcome procrastination is to “bang a nasty job off” (BANJO), in the words of my friend Emjet Hassan. Brian Tracy calls it “Eating a frog for breakfast.” The idea is that we do our most difficult task or tasks first thing in the morning.

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Interview about mental health with Suffolk User Forum on Radio Suffolk

Radio Suffolk interview on mental health.
Sam in the Green Room at Radio Suffolk waiting to be interviewed about mental health.

On Tuesday evening I had the privilege of being interviewed on Radio Suffolk’s Tuesday Night Takeover show about mental health with Jon Wright and Suffolk User Forum. I spoke of how my spiritual and Buddhist practices have helped me to overcome depression. Katie Mottram from Emerging Proud and author of Mend the Gap talked about the link between spirituality and mental health. Listen now. You can hear Katie at about 1 hour and 17 minutes and I’m on after that at about 1 hour and 40 minutes, along with Linda talking about Mindfulness.

Turn off your phone

Turn off your phone

How often do you turn off your phone? Or at least turn off notifications? I find there are two benefits of doing this. Firstly, I am much more productive. Secondly, life is much more peaceful.

Try Easier

Try easier

Yesterday I left work early as I felt tired and tearful. I went to bed at 9 pm, determined to wake up feeling better and raring to go. Inspired by my ex-flatmate Lottie, I’ve been challenging myself to do Hal Elrod’s Miracle Morning (more about that in a later post) over the last couple of days. I set my alarm for 6.30 am, determined to have a successful day three.

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