Dear Enthusiastic Readers
This month, as I started to pen my introduction, I realized that every single person is multitasking all the time and each one of us want to be independent and be productive members of our family and society. Like attending schools and colleges for education, having to work to earn our living has become an important component of one’s life.
In fact, the place where we work is where we spend most of our time... and it’s almost our second home!
Now, you might wonder what I am trying to imply... it is very simple, our work place has become a home to us and our colleagues are like our family members.
Though most of us belong to nuclear families at home, we live as joint families at our work place.
Our colleagues become as close as our siblings and reach out to us like our near and dear ones, when we need help.
Well our emotions are also controlled and affected by our day at work. A happy day at work keeps us stress free at home. But a stressful day at work can cause us to get annoyed and irritated with our family members, for no fault of theirs.
Don’t you agree? How do we avoid this?
Follow these small practices to make your day easier and stress free.
Whether it is your house or office, make sure it is a happy place by trying to engage yourself and by performing your duties with full dedication and satisfaction.
Try to be happy when you see the growth and progress of your colleagues and company and actively collaborate with them.
Make an attempt to create a positive air around you.
Ensure that you don’t come to work feeling fatigued, and similarly, take utmost care not to fatigue your workers or clients.
Here, at Kauvery, we are blessed to have a positive work environment, which not only helps us to serve our patients with unconditional love but also creates a positive vibe to help our patients recover speedily.
Remember that everyone can exist, but it is important that everyone tries to live their life to the fullest. You can achieve that by balancing your home and work environment.
With these words of advice, I wish you a happy month ahead!
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Dr. Kavitha Sundaravadanam