Your mental health can play a big role in your mood and how you perform professionally. Over the winter it is common for many people to experience the effects of…
Your mental health can play a big role in your mood and how you perform professionally. Over the winter it is common for many people to experience the effects of seasonal affective disorder (SAD). This is a type of depression that can result in a number of behavioural changes that can affect how you function. This includes having low energy, feeling sluggish, weight gain and overall feeling unwell.
SAD can discourage people from looking for a new job and it could affect how you perform during job interviews. Even though the effects may only last for a few days, weeks, or months, it’s important to take steps to reduce its impact.
Here are some strategies for minimizing the effect of SAD:
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Elizabeth is a sales recruiter that has led and developed multiple top sales teams in Canada in the Automotive, Retail, and Sports Industries. With 6+ years of corporate sales experience, she knows what separates a good salesperson from a great salesperson. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a Specialization in Marketing and Accounting with Honours from the Schulich School of Business at York University.