Archive | August, 2011

Burnout: 10 phases and their symptoms

In my previous article, I discussed the three main areas of concern regarding burnout. In this article, I am dealing with the different phases of the burnout process and related symptoms. Next time, I will describe what happens during these phases at work and, lastly, in the fourth article, I will discuss a holistic approach […]

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The story of Grand Constance

I consider myself very fortunate to be associated with the majestic Groot Constantia wine estate, the oldest wine farm in South Africa, dating back to 1685. You can imagine my excitement when I received a phone call ten years ago as a 28-year-old maverick winemaker to inform me that I had landed the job as […]

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Cooking Classes

GOOD FOOD DIET COOKING STUDIO FOOD IS GOOD – BUT GOOD FOOD IS BETTER WELLNESS COOKING CLASSES Do you want a healthier lifestyle but without sacrificing delectable food? Or are you looking for a WOW! dinner party menu that is both nutritious and indulgent? Or have you run out of mouth-watering healthy food ideas for […]

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Gluten-free Cooking Classes

GOOD FOOD DIET COOKING STUDIO FOOD IS GOOD – BUT GOOD FOOD IS BETTER GLUTEN-FREE COOKING CLASSES Newly diagnosed as gluten-intolerant? Coeliac disease? No idea where to start? Do you want a healthier, gluten-free lifestyle but without sacrificing delectable food? Have you run out of great gluten-free food ideas for your family? Want to plan […]

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Seven ways to clarify explicit contracting

We all contract with people every day as we depend on others to help us achieve our goals. This includes asking an employee to do something, contracting with a service provider to deliver goods or services, or asking colleagues to make a decision. What do you need to know about contracting in order to manage […]

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