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How strategy (or lack of) impacts wellbeing at work

Author: Mike Jones

I've learned through personal experience and working with so many other businesses how heavily strategy impacts wellbeing and performance.

Put simply, a strategy is a plan set forth to achieve a goal.

Some people love plans, some people hate them, but in business, plans are essential, especially if we value our wellbeing.

Let's look at two important facts:

  1. Most of us are taught from a young age that hard work leads to success and are therefore very hard workers.

  2. In any business, there is a never-ending list of things that can and should be done at any time.

When we combine these two, it's no surprise that two of the most common barriers to wellbeing for professionals are

  1. A lack of time

  2. Stress and overwhelm

If we want our employees, teams and businesses to thrive, we have to make time for prioritisation through strategy, and we have to plan for wellbeing.

About Mike: Mike believes that a structured pathway to health and happiness is the solution to individual, business and global challenges. Mike was never made to feel good in the schooling system, experienced poor management in military and burn out in his first business. Seeing these problems were widespread Mike Co-Founded Better Happy to help other business owners and employees achieve their visions faster with health and happiness.

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