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It’s that time of year again where everyone who is involved in the personal development arena starts preaching about the best way…often new way… to improve our lives this year. I am no different although I do hope to give a slightly different, albeit not a new, perspective on this interesting time of year. Here is my g…

The Apprentice has started and after its first two episodes it is already challenging us here at Calm HQ. Every Reality TV series that has a great concept has a challenge; that being to live up to it’s original promise while not being exactly the same each year. If the format remains the same then other things need to…

Here at Calm People we work in a lot of organisations of all different sizes. When talking to delegates about stress there is always one theme that evolves in almost every workshop. When we talk about the sources of their stress on major source of stress is The Boss. For us it is too easy to just agree and join in the…

Note: This article was written for and previously appeared on Busines Matters Magazine website Britain is basking in post Olympic games glory. The best medal haul for 108 years and tables are being produced showing our world standing for medals per head of population, millions invested or even as a factor of our GDP. W…

Nick Kyrgios has further burnished his reputation as the bad boy of the Pro Tennis Tour in Cincinnati by smashing 3 racquets on the court during a match where he lost in 3 sets to Borna Coric in a 2nd round match. The explosion came during the break after the first set when he had narrowly lost a tie break. Kyrgios sat…

Here at Calm People we are happy to share another guest post by way of an info-graphic from Study Medicine Europe. Accompanying this is an article on How To Study Effectively which students of any discipline may find useful.

Site note – Calm People contributed towards a post on the site linked back here a month or so ago. A large amount of the work we do is around relationships and we thought a different viewpoint from the normal one we express was worthwhile hosting. I’d like to place on record my thanks to Kafe for proposing and writing…

What the EU Referendum result means for the UK only time will really tell. What is clear to me is that we have been given choice, of which, 73% of us who could choose actually chose to join the democratic process we were invited to join. In doing so 52% have chosen for us to leave the European Union. Those are the bare…

A short note about the impact for me , and I think many others, that the death of Jo Cox has had on politics. In the world of anger management, it is well known the effects that our criticisms and judgements of others have on the relationship between us and them. To recap quickly, when I am judging someone I am not rem…

What lessons for anger management and general calmness could the referendum on the European union membership hold for us? If David Cameron had known the impact that calling a referendum on our membership of the European union would have on his party, society in general and certain individuals would he still have called…