Man’s search for meaning by Viktor Frankel
Meditations by Marcus Aurelius
This book recounts Viktor Frankel’s experience in Auschwitz, the Nazi prison camp, during the Holocaust. Through all the pain and suffering Frankel was able to maintain perspective and conclude that there “must be meaning in suffering.” He reminds us that the meaning of life is to define that meaning for ourselves through action.
The Art of Efficiency: How to Do One Thing at a Time
Although Aurelius was writing for himself, the surviving text is a road map to living a better life. By removing the excess, Aurelius shows us how to rise about distractions to maintain our principles. Rooted in Stoic philosophy, Meditations is practical advice for controlling your thoughts, emotions and actions to remove stress from your life.
8 pieces of advice every young professional should be told
We live in an age when we work more hours and feel more stress trying to get more done. Technology, meant to simplify our lives, saps our attention and steals our time. Has the need for a more efficient operation ever been greater? Thankfully, we can learn to become more efficient at work, individually and collectively. Management consultants […]
Difference between stress and burnout
Everybody has heard the saying, “work smarter, not harder,” but isn’t it hard work just thinking about ways to be smarter? The following eight pieces of professional advice will serve to inspire or revolutionize your strategies for success. Find a person who has the life or job you want Purely as a result of their […]
”The Lost Generation”
Burnout may be the result of unrelenting stress, but it isn’t the same as too much stress. Stress, by and large, involves too much: too many pressures that demand too much of you physically and psychologically. Stressed people can still imagine, though, that if they can just get everything under control, they’ll feel better. Burnout, on the […]
More than 70% of young oncologists in Europe suffer symptoms of burnout
This short but inspiring movie tells us the story about the lost generation. It got us thinking about how we see ourselves in the society today and what the future will look like.
App can recognize stress and depression
Across Europe, more than 70% of young cancer specialists are showing signs of burnout, the largest survey of its kind has revealed. The results, reported at the Congress of the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO 2014) in Madrid, have prompted calls for serious action to address the issue at all levels. “Oncology is an […]
The app, called Student Life, has been developed by researched from Dartmouth College, a private university in the United States. Student Life uses the smartphone sensors to track movement and location, and at the same time records the number of text messages and phone calls. In addition, this app activates regular microphone which is able […]