You’re tired, tense and just want it to be over. It’s the early hours of the morning, you are nearly there and then suddenly the screen goes blue.
We’ve all been there (at least, those of us of a certain age) – and probably too many times to remember. The blue screen of death was seriously bad news. Back in the day, it took forever to reboot.
Enter David Bradley, the creator of ‘ctrl-alt-delete’, a little shortcut that kick started the system in no time at all. It gave your computer a totally fresh start.
At ‘Art of Brill’, we do the human equivalent. The modern world is awash with pressure, stress, and overwhelm. Look around and you’ll see people fuelled up on caffeine and sugar, hoping to make it to the weekend or their next holiday. If you’re not careful your own body and brain can reach overload and it’s blue screen time.
We have a series of short, sharp workshops that acts as a personal reboot: ‘Mojo’, ‘Why-Factor’, ‘Bouncebackability’, ‘Strengths’, ‘Be Brilliant by Doing Nothing’ – all quirky, fun and energising. And then there’s our Rolls Royce of reboots, our 3 day re-set button that restores you to ‘good as new’.
To find out more about ‘ctrl-alt-delete’ for managers email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here for the Personal Leadership Programme at Champneys Springs Spa in Leicestershire.
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