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Ways You Can Help Your Teen With Their Mood Swings

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Discussed below are a few ways through which you can help your disturbed or reckless teenagers and restore stability in their lives.

Introduce proper structure at home: Though your teen might respond aggressively to the idea of having to adhere to rules, nonetheless you need to enforce them. Seek help from a business motivational speaker in that area as teenagers require proper structure so that they may be disciplined. For instance you need to make them understand the importance of being punctual and you can do this by making them eat their meals and hitting the bed at proper timings. The more disciplined they are the less reckless they’ll be.

 

To re-establish balance in your teen’s life, you need to enforce a proper structure at home!

To re-establish balance in your teen’s life, you need to enforce a proper structure at home!

Decrease the time they spend in front of the television. Studies confirm that the violence and unruly behavior that is usually shown in movies, video games or TV shows influence a teenager’s emotions drastically. A business motivational speaker in their speech will also tell you that spending inordinate amount of time watching TV impedes one’s brain development. So to avoid the consequences limit the time your teens spend in front of the TV.

 

Help them develop healthy eating:  Food does have the ability to impact our emotions. When the diet is based around healthy, nutritious foods, it will help your teen with their mood swings and improve their mental, physical and emotional health. Teach them about healthy eating by being a role model and adhering to a good diet yourself.

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Bring Structure to Your Day; Maximize Your Productivity in the Workplace

Structure and organization are vital to maintaining productivity in the workplace.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance

We have very busy lives. It can be tough to juggle all of our commitments during the year; work, friends and family, and we have to be careful to make sure that it doesn’t get on top of us. Making plans will have two main benefits that will ultimately lead to you maintaining productivity in the workplace.

Fewer Distractions

One of the main reasons why we get distracted is because we are worried about other things that need doing. We may be getting stuck in our job when we suddenly realize that our children have a parents evening coming up, or we need to do the shopping. Rather than carrying on working, we start to think about how we are going to fit other activities into our busy day. By making a plan, you are able to devote time to each activity, meaning that productivity in the workplace is maintained and your workflow is not disrupted.

Targets

We work best when we have a target to meet, and whilst we do have deadlines for work, these could be months in the future. It is very difficult to motivate yourself to do the job now when it doesn’t need to finished for a long time. However, by planning your time, you impose deadlines on yourself; you have to complete the job, otherwise you won’t be able to go to the football match on the weekend. Setting targets is key to ensuring that you retain productivity in the workplace. Structure your day and productivity will follow

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