How to get your mojo back
How to Get Your Mojo Back by Ginni MansbergEvery woman is too busy to stop. How to Get Your Mojo Back is everywomans guide to taking a minute for herself and turning her hectic and stressful life into one that is fulfilling. No life is free from stress, weight problems, relationship worries. But you can break the cycle, get your mojo back and begin to enjoy life again. Written in an intimate, informal, and hugely entertaining style by medical advisor/GP/author Dr Ginni Mansberg (who has seen-and dealt with-it all), this book is like having a very knowledgeable friend to coach you through your mission to re-claim your potential and live the life you deserve. Covers all the key problems areas-work, eating/weight, sleep, relationship, parenting issues, stress etc-offering practical, encouraging solutions.
Intimate, informal, and entertaining style.
Quotes from ordinary women throughout, showing readers that they are not alone in their struggles.
Authors medical expertise/experience clear throughout the book, as is her understanding and compassion for everyday people with everyday problems.
5 Tips To Get Your Mojo Back
24 Surefire Ways to Get Your Mojo Back
We need our mojo--our magic, our very best energy--to run our business, to lead our teams, to talk to our clients, and to be the best leader we know we can be. When we question ourselves, when we doubt ourselves, it helps us do the things we need to do to achieve, succeed and have impact. But a setback or crisis can leave your mojo shattered just when you need it the most. So how can you go about restoring it? Here are six simple options:.
Stop whining. Do something daring. Go on a mini-vacation by yourself, go bungee-jumping, or do something else that makes you step outside of your comfort zone. Wear something flattering. Looking good will help you to feel good. Also, spritz on some perfume or cologne. Engage in an activity you enjoy.
Did your va-va lose its voom? Your edge its steely sharpness? Boomerang not coming back? Mojo not working its magic? First frustration sets in and maybe even a bit of fear. No one wants to be in a place of listlessness and lagging energy. How can you get out of this place?
Six signs you may have burnout
Often feel exhausted and resentful? Discover the six signs you might be burning out, and find out how to get your mojo back. And while most of us can deal with short term discomfort or stress, over time a lifestyle that depletes, rather than revives us can start to have a significant negative impact on our mental and physical wellbeing. And left unchecked, can lead to burnout. How can you tell if you have it or not? And when do you need to step in and take action? While no one expects you to be permanently positive and optimistic, a pervading sense of cynicism about life and work is a big clue that all is not right.