How Grid can help early career researchers achieve more and strike a better balance between all they have to do.
We use emotional intelligence to navigate the world, relationships, everyday situations often without realizing it. Here are practical ways to improve.
Do you know that over 60% of students say their wellbeing and mental health has declined ‘since the start of the autumn term last year’, according to ONS report? Moreover, recent student interviews highlight other core issues: from climate change to job insecurity and social inequality, young people are anxious and tired. We are saddened…
We’re thrilled to announce that Magdalena is presenting the Grid approach at the Columbia University Coaching Conference.
Some people get stuck in daily routines that tire them out or fail to nourish their wants and needs. Are you one of them? We know that making changes is a daunting thought – perhaps even more so when you’re unsure of what needs changing in the first place. That’s why we came up with…
Let’s set goals that are wise as much as smart, goals that serve us and the world well, goals that give us greater freedom and health.
Overcome home and workplace struggles and a loss of momentum by prioritising goal setting as a habit for life with The Grid.
Find out how to achieve professional success by turning your ideas into action with the Grid time management method.
Learn how to prevent academic burnout with one piece of paper: our Grid time management method is all you need. Read an academic’s tips here.
Time management for PhD students is key. Read on for tips on how to organise a week of study, work, self-care and career.