A destination for those who want to navigate their way to a better future, Sylo Magazine’s mission is to answer life’s most difficult and pertinent questions.
From improving your finances and managing your mental health to developing better relationships and career opportunities, Sylo promises to do exactly what it stands for -- to help you ‘Sort Your Life Out’ (SYLO).
Do you feel stressed, tired or just numb to the mounting pressures of everyday life? If so, you might be going through burnout.
But what do we mean by burnout, how does it affect us, and what should we do about it to help ourselves, our family, friends or colleagues who might be suffering from it?
In this episode of the Sort Your Life Out (SYLO) podcast, I speak to two mental health experts to get all the answers to your burning questions. Tune in now to hear from:
Dr Rachel Morris, a GP, executive and team coach specialising in resilience in the workplace. Rachel taught General Practice at the University of Cambridge for some twenty years, before branching out into coaching. She is the founder of the Shapes Toolkit for stressed-out doctors, and podcast host of ‘You are not a frog’.
Chevy Rough is a wellbeing and performance coach, the self-proclaimed ‘Wellbeing CEO’ on Instagram, ambassador for the men’s mental health charity CALM, and star of BBC documentary Mind Over Marathon, where he coached ten people with mental health issues how to run the gruelling London Marathon.
Listen to the episode now to get a practical guide to beating burnout, to learning about the crossovers with stress, depression and anxiety, and how relatively simple things like breathing, exercise and maintaining your energy flow can help. We also tackle how managers can spot the signs in team members, and why you need to throw your new year’s resolution straight in the bin...
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Living With Loneliness
Do you feel lonely, or know someone that is? Do your relationships, or communities, make you feel adrift from society? And is the Coronavirus pandemic impacting your way of life?
If so, you’ve come to the right place. It’s time to Sort Your Life Out!
Hi there, I am Doug Drinkwater, journalist and editor of Sylo Magazine, and in this episode, I speak to three experts leading the charge with loneliness. In today’s episode, we explore:
What do we mean by loneliness?
How is it different across different sexes and generations?
How do we address functional and chronic loneliness?
Spotting the signs in children
The importance of community
Tune in to hear all this and so much more from our three speakers:
Amy Perrin, CEO of UK loneliness charity Marmalade Trust.
Louise Goulden, founder of intergenerational social enterprise The Together Project
Manuela Barreto, Head of Psychology, Professor of Social and Organisational Psychology, University of Exeter
Join me for the conversation - and please follow, rate and share! Thank you.
Improve Your Emotional Resilience
Do you feel low, anxious or depressed? Are you worried about the future given the current situation with Coronavirus? If your answers are yes or even maybe to any of these questions - then you’ve come to the right place!
Hi there, I am Doug Drinkwater, a journalist and editor of Sylo Magazine, and in this first episode, I speak to three incredible experts to find out the answers to some burning questions, including:
What is emotional resilience?
How can we develop emotional resilience through COVID-19 and beyond?
What techniques and skills can we learn to reduce our anxiety, panic and stress?
How can we stay adaptable through a crisis? What’re the differences in emotional resilience between adults and children?
To what extent is it possible to live your life ‘on pause’ during a lockdown?
Tune in to hear all this and so much more from three speakers, with remarkable personal and professional expertise in this area. I am joined by:
Simon Wheatcroft, an ultramarathon runner and technology consultant who happens to be visually impaired. The first blind athlete to run a marathon solo and unaided through the use of haptic (meaning touch) technology.
Dr Harry Barry, a GP and best-selling author of books such as ‘Emotional Resilience: How to safeguard your mental health’, ‘Depression: A practical guide’ and ‘Anxiety and Panic: How to reshape your anxious mind and brain’, amongst others.
Dr Sven Hansen, founder of The Resilience Institute, the global leader in resilience research, training and measurement Come on, join me now - I guarantee you it will be worth it :)