Better Business, Better Life – Issue 76

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As we head into another week, I take great pleasure in sharing my curated articles, tips & tools in a short read that will hopefully give you a few ‘aha’ moments as well as some laughter or joy. Most of all I hope it gives you pragmatic inspiration & helps you on your journey to doing what you love, with people you love, making a huge difference, being compensated appropriately with time to pursue other passions – #TheEOSLife.

Here’s this week’s business tip, life hack & find of the week… Some of them are original, most are things I have come across in my weekly pursuit of self-improvement & living a better life, through creating a better business. And don’t forget the inspirational quote, which you can download as a wallpaper or lock screen for your phone.

As always, if you find great things that you’d like to share then feel free to email me for inclusion in one of my weekly newsletters. I’m always looking for new & exciting things to share each week. And if you think someone else would like to receive the newsletter in their inbox, directly from my inbox (no newsletter apps used here!) then please let me know –


Are you ready to get strong?

Strong in Six Business Challenge is happening now. This challenge isn’t a six-week commitment. You can jump in at any point and do the things that interest you. You get 6 weeks of free EOS tools too.  

During the 6 weeks, they’ll be covering 6 key components:  

  • Vision 
  • People 
  • Data 
  • Issue 
  • Process 
  • Traction 

If you want to get stronger at one or more of these key components, or if you’re curious and want to give EOS a go, I encourage you to sign up! 


Build in ways to recover from work stress

Stress may be unavoidable in the workplace. But you’ll be better able to handle it if you take steps to recover rather than continuing to power through. If you feel like you’re edging toward burnout, try these strategies. 

  1. Detach psychologically from work. Dedicate time each day to a non-work-related activity. Learn which triggers prevent you from putting down work, and proactively avoid them. For example, if the presence of your phone prompts you to check work emails during off hours, turn it off or at least shut-off notifications temporarily. 
  2. Take micro-breaks. Short breaks, even just 10 minutes, are surprisingly effective. For example, doing a short meditation, eating a nutritious snack, having a pleasant social interaction, or reading an article can improve motivation and concentration, improve your mood, and help you sustain your energy throughout the day. 
  3. Prioritize higher-effort activities. Passive activities such as watching TV or listening to a podcast are only so helpful for recovery. Consider going to the gym, playing team sports, or even going for walks, bikes, hikes, or swimming; research shows that more active activities are more effective. 
  4. Build an environment that optimizes recovery. While they may seem minor, small things like having some plants and natural light in your office can positively impact your sleep quality, perceived stress, and overall health. 
Debra Chantry Taylor


Debra Chantry Taylor

Let’s talk Process!

Have a listen to this Q&A with co-authors Mike Paton and Lisa González about their book, Process! Mike and Lisa talked about why they wrote Process, myths about Process, why Process is necessary and why they decided to write it. 

If you want to buy the book. click here. 



Debra Chantry Taylor

“It is vital that a company’s culture shows a willingness to invest in employee wellbeing with no stigma or penalty attached to prioritizing good health.”

 –Frans Van Houten, Chief Executive Officer of Philips

You can download this wallpaper or lock screen for your phone.


​If you’d like to learn more about any of these tools or would like to find out how I can help you achieve a better life through creating a better business, then book a free Discovery Call with me.

We’ll talk about what you want to get from your business & your life & come up with a plan to do that!

Debra Chantry-Taylor

Certified EOS Implementer | Accredited Family Business Advisor |  Entrepreneurial Leadership & Business Coach | Speaker & Workshop Facilitator