Find out more about how you can prevent habitual burnout from having too much to do on all fronts and getting sucked in vicious cycles of burnout.
Find out why setting goals in uncertain times is good for how you feel, your decision making, your character and also your spiritual development.
Find out how the Grid creator grids and get inspired about ways in which you can grow your business or independent work in balance with the rest of your life.
Find out how Grid has helped PhD students get on top of their demanding work projects, feel calmer and more in control, and make time for all the things that matter to them. This is Grid magic!
Case Study: How Grid™ has helped Abi Boughton-Thomas beat her compulsive goal-setting tendencies and get more results and health.
Grid is a simple tool that allows me to map out how to take care of my whole being in one place, resulting in peaceful sustainable productivity and satisfying work-life balance.
From Dr. Magdalena Bak-Maier, Grid™ Creator and MTC Founder It’s been close to ten years since I developed the Grid approach to help with work-life balance and to get more organised. I am delighted to feature another uplifting story from a teacher who has retrained to support women to have a positive birth and postnatal…
One of the key problems Grid™ is designed to solve is the challenge of how to get a healthy work-life balance and stop being a slave to work.
The cost of poor mental health in the workplace has increased according to a new report on stress and burnout by Deloitte making Grid™ ever more useful to working professionals, freelancers and students.
News from our first Grid retreat where we work on helping people construct healthy and deeply fulfilling lives that encourage their best expression.
5 ways to nurture emotional connections in your relationships Sometimes the people we love most and, those who love us, can get into a downward spiral in our relationships. We can feel them slipping away in spite of effort to connect better with them on an emotional level. In such instances instead of love being…