MICRO-ACTIONS FOR BALANCE AND PERFORMANCE.
Brilliant things happen when we take action.
We are Fifth Corner Inc. – creators of the YOU platform.
YOU helps knowledge workers reduce stress and achieve a balanced state of high performance. We do it through personalized micro-actions and light coaching.
Based on research. Made for busy people.
Because organizations don’t change.
Small steps for a happier, healthier you.
In 1 minute per day.
WHAT ARE MICRO-ACTIONS?
All research on behavior change comes down to the same thing – sustainable change works best in small steps. Micro-actions help you turn knowledge into action, take the first step (and the second, third, fourth…), and form sustainable, new habits.
Because the small things truly matter.
The goal: A balanced state of high performance
We often put all our focus on either balance or performance. But truly exceptional performance doesn’t exist without balance – that’s what allows you to sustain it over time. And great performance is meaningful and rewarding in a way even the best free time cannot provide.
This is the true future of work.
Psst. For health care
We’re developing a pioneering solution for scalable, preventative health care for knowledge workers.
If you’re a Mehiläinen client in Finland or if you simply want to learn more, contact us at [email protected].
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