Super 6 2022

August 1 – October 31

Flex your well-being superpowers, share what helps you thrive and inspire your colleagues with stories, tips and encouragement. Many winners will be chosen. Only a few can be the Super 6.

Meet the

Super 6 2022

Well-being superheroes will be chosen each month, August – October. Share a super story that showcases your commitment to well-being — and you could be a Super 6!

Get Started

Share a Super Story
Give a Super Tip
Be a Super Fan

Share a Super Story

Share an inspiring story about how you are thriving and making your well-being a priority.

It could be about an AECOM resource or program helping you thrive at work, someone or something that has inspired you to make a positive change, one way you have improved your well-being at work or at home, or anything about how you are working on your health, happiness and overall well-being.

If your story wins, you will be a Super 6.

Join to Get Started

Once you join, you’ll get a personal link to enter the challenge.

If you've already previously registered an account on WellBeingAtAECOM.com, click “Send Me a Login Link” below to have your personal link sent to you.

Give a Super Tip

Share a tip about a well-being resource or activity that has helped you be well and thrive. It can be a tip in any area of well-being: physical, financial, emotional, social, intellectual or planet.

If your tip gets the most likes, you will be a Super Tip winner.

Join to Get Started

Once you join, you’ll get a personal link to enter the challenge.

If you've already previously registered an account on WellBeingAtAECOM.com, click “Send Me a Login Link” below to have your personal link sent to you.

Be a Super Fan

Earn WELLwins by sharing stories, tips and encouragement. Even if you don’t have a story or tip to share, read and react to your colleagues’ stories by liking them and commenting on them.

The more WELLwins you earn by participating, the more chances you have to win in the Super Fan Raffle.

Join to Get Started

Once you join, you’ll get a personal link to enter the challenge.

If you've already previously registered an account on WellBeingAtAECOM.com, click “Send Me a Login Link” below to have your personal link sent to you.

Stories & Tips

Filter by well-being topic

Filter by type

Story 0
Australia
Paul Hanslip

My WFH journey started with really positively and making sure I had adequate work life balance. WFH has some great attributes if used correctly. The more it be… Keep reading

A Story from Paul Hanslip

From Australia on October 4, 2022
Emotional Well-Being Physical Well-Being Social Well-Being
Share

My WFH journey started with really positively and making sure I had adequate work life balance. WFH has some great attributes if used correctly.
The more it became normalised I forgot to take time for myself and ended up sitting for long periods of time and before I knew it my wife and child would be returning home and I hadn’t left my office.
I have since reminded myself to take moments throughout the day where I can recharge, rest, and relax before hitting the emails again.
This is me on my steps with my puppy scratching himself.
Look after yourself.

Sign in to reply to this story

Tip 1
Vikrant Soni
New Zealand
Vikrant Soni

If no one invests in you, invest in yourself. if no one believes in you, believe in yourself. Even if you don't see the results right away. Keep showing up until you do see the results. Add a comment

A Tip from Vikrant Soni

From New Zealand on October 4, 2022
Share

If no one invests in you, invest in yourself. if no one believes in you, believe in yourself. Even if you don’t see the results right away. Keep showing up until you do see the results.

Sign in to reply to this story

Tip 1
Vikrant Soni
New Zealand
Vikrant Soni

Three things to remember: 1) Kill tension before tension kills you. 2) Reach your goal before goal kicks you. 3) Live life before life leaves you. :) Stay blessed all. Add a comment

A Tip from Vikrant Soni

From New Zealand on October 4, 2022
Emotional Well-Being Financial Well-Being Intellectual Well-Being Physical Well-Being Social Well-Being
Share

Three things to remember: 1) Kill tension before tension kills you. 2) Reach your goal before goal kicks you. 3) Live life before life leaves you. 🙂 Stay blessed all.

Sign in to reply to this story

Tip 3
A L
United Kingdom
Anna Lavender

Don’t judge the lifestyles or customs of others if different from your own. Listen to opinions you don’t agree with. Don't always assume your views are correct and other peoples are wrong. Add a comment

A Tip from Anna Lavender

From United Kingdom on October 3, 2022
Emotional Well-Being Intellectual Well-Being Social Well-Being
Share

Don’t judge the lifestyles or customs of others if different from your own. Listen to opinions you don’t agree with. Don’t always assume your views are correct and other peoples are wrong.

B D
India
Bhumit Dosi

Great one, you should be always open to other customs and opinions.

Sign in to reply to this story

Tip 5
A L
United Kingdom
Anna Lavender

Replace 'I cant and I wont' with 'I can and I will' Add a comment

A Tip from Anna Lavender

From United Kingdom on October 3, 2022
Emotional Well-Being Intellectual Well-Being
Share

Replace ‘I cant and I wont’ with ‘I can and I will’

E D
Romania
Elena Danila

and is working all the time, you can and you will succeed

B D
India
Bhumit Dosi

Good one!

Sign in to reply to this story

Story 9
Australia
Dominik Wegrecki

"Good Food does not only fill the stomach, it fills the heart too." I decided to make sourdough bread at home to teach my kids a few life lessons: 1. Save mon… Keep reading

A Story from Dominik Wegrecki

From Australia on October 3, 2022
Emotional Well-Being Financial Well-Being Intellectual Well-Being Physical Well-Being Planet Well-Being Social Well-Being
Share

“Good Food does not only fill the stomach, it fills the heart too.”

I decided to make sourdough bread at home to teach my kids a few life lessons:

1. Save money, do it yourself.
Sometimes you can make good food at home. All you need is the will and the ingredients. Sourodugh bread can be very expensive, so why not take the time to make it yourself from scratch.

2. Tradition is best
Novelty is great and convenient, but the best things are those that have stood the test of time. Sourdough originated in Ancient Egypt, so it’s thousands of years old and yet people still go crazy for it.

3. Making healthy food is also fun.

4. Plan before you act.
Making bread is fun, but getting the proportions right is important.

5. All good things take time. Patience is a virtue.
Waiting days to make the starter from scratch, and hours for the dough to rise takes patience. Sometimes you can’t fast-track, you just need to wait.

6. Everything tastes better if you put some love into it.

M M
Australia
Mariana Marcano

Great story Dominik! Bread looks delish

E P
Australia
Eresha Perera

Looks great Dom!

B D
India
Bhumit Dosi

True.

E D
Romania
Elena Danila

Indeed, home cooking food is the best and food cooked in slow motion is the tastiest 🙂

L F
United States
Leanne Fisher

Great story, Dominik! Thank you for sharing.

S M
United States
Samuel Martin

Great activity! Especially since in incorporates several of our well-being pillars. Thanks Dominik!

Sign in to reply to this story

Tip 7
J S
Ireland
JanieB Smit

Remember we all differ and to someone else you embody wisdom. Share and enrich someone else's day at the same time, be open to receiving their wisdom in return. Add a comment

A Tip from JanieB Smit

From Ireland on October 2, 2022
Emotional Well-Being Intellectual Well-Being Social Well-Being
Share

Remember we all differ and to someone else you embody wisdom. Share and enrich someone else’s day at the same time, be open to receiving their wisdom in return.

B D
India
Bhumit Dosi

Great tip. Will surely try to adopt this.

Sign in to reply to this story

Send me an access link

Enter your email address and we will send you a personal access link.

Please enter a valid email.
Or

If you're here for the first time, welcome! Click below to join.

Join Now

Join

Are you an employee or the spouse/domestic partner of an employee?

Only AECOM employees and their spouses/domestic partners may register for an account.

Your Information

Sorry, an unknown error occurred.

Please enter a valid AECOM email.

An AECOM email address is needed to verify eligibility.

Please enter a valid AECOM email.

Please enter a valid email address.

This field is required.

This field is required.

* Indicates required field.

Your first name, last name (if provided) and location will show up on the AECOM Community Feed. No information will be shared with the AECOM community unless you authorize it.

Please correct errors above

Your Information

This information is completely private and will be used only to evaluate and enhance the well-being platform.

Please correct errors above

Your Settings

We’ll help you make your well-being a priority by sending you periodic emails about helpful well-being topics, tips and resources, including ways to stay connected to your colleagues around the world. You can always change these options in “Settings” by clicking on your profile image.

Almost there!

Great news: you're registered and ready to participate in the AECOM well-being community! Now just check your email and follow the link there to activate your account and log in to the site.

Scroll to Top