Healthy Performance

Create the best possible conditions for you to stay mentally prepared for a hopefully long and good working life. With Healthy Performance, you will find that you become better at focusing, taking mental breaks and prioritising your tasks. This will increase your attentiveness and boost your energy.

It is difficult to predict what challenges lay ahead, but one thing is certain: you will still be you. It is important that you create the best possible conditions for you to stay mentally prepared for a long and good working life.


Healthy Performance test

Take the Healthy Performance test and find out how good you are at focusing, prioritising and taking mental breaks. We also provide a training programme to make it easy for you to get started.

Take the Healthy Performance test

Guides and Podcasts

Listen and follow the guided training sessions, developed specifically for Healthy Performance by experienced mental coaches. Find them in our podcast series “Sunde stemmer” (in Danish only) in your podcast app, or listen to them here:

Listen to the guided training sessions

Mental overload

The brain was not designed to process the volumes of information we receive today. Research shows that our ability to stay focused has deteriorated over the past 20 years. It also shows that while we are at work, we are mentally off-task for about 47% of the time.

When we are unfocused, we become less efficient, we make more mistakes and our ability to prioritise is significantly weakened. This also reduces our wellbeing. When we are distracted, we tend to become stressed and less happy.

Learn more about Healthy Performance

Healthy Performance consists of three areas: focus, mental breaks and prioritisation. In each of these areas, we offer mental training exercises that can help you become a better version of yourself.


Many of us have trouble maintaining focus and being mentally present. This affects our quality of life and our performance. Fortunately, it doesn't have to be that way. You can train your brain to handle challenges in order to optimise your performance.

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Mental breaks

Some people consider taking regular breaks a “luxury”, but in fact breaks are an effective and simple way to improve your concentration and boost your mental strength.

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If we fail to prioritise our tasks, what often happens is that we try to multitask to get more done. However, research indicates that the brain is incapable of coping with two demanding tasks at once.

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