CEO Inspirations

Climbing the top of the ladder of a successful business doesn’t come with knowledge...



Climbing the top of the ladder of a successful business doesn’t come with knowledge and skill alone. Success comes with a holistic approach: balanced work and life dynamics. Socially isolated people lack social networks, and do not meet or talk to their families or friends often. Social isolation can happen to individuals of any age, but the complications increase when it occurs at the workplace.

A inspiring tips from world renowned CEOs will push you towards better health:

Be an early riser

The benefits of waking up early have been told repeatedly but we always fall for the snooze button. Indra Nooyi, the CEO of PepsiCo,wakes up at 4 a.m. and gets a lotdone before the sunrises. Waking up even an hour earlier than usual will give productive results.

Take physical fitness seriously

Apple CEO, Tim Cook can be seen in the gym every morning. Working out not only helps you stay fit but is also a great stress buster.

Walk before bed

Never go to sleep with your mind full. Charlie Silver, the CEO of Algebraix Data, swears by his 30-min stroll before bed, which relaxes the mind and helps him sleep better.

Eat Green

Steve Jobs focused a lot on his diet, which consisted of fruits and vegetables. Avoiding meat can ease your digestion, helping you feel light and fresh.

Don’t Multitask

As fruitfulas it sounds, doing more than one thing at a time decreases your productivity and adds to the stress, says Laxmi Mittal.

Steve Jobs focused a lot on his diet, which consisted of fruits and vegetables.

Learn to say no

As a crucial advice for mental health, Tom Friel, former CEO of Heidrick & Struggles, emphasises on the importance of saying no, leading to a positive mindset.

Deep Breathe

Take a minute and breathe a little deeper. It surprising how many CEOs across the globe practice yoga for overall health. From diabetes to hypertension, the drawbacks of success are kept in check with breathing exercises.


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