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Recovering from Burnout

Burnout is a state of physical and emotional exhaustion. It can occur when you experience long-term stress in your job, or when you have worked in a physically or emotionally draining role for a long time. You can also experience burnout when your efforts at work have failed to produce the results that you expected, and you feel deeply disillusioned as a result. You might be experiencing burnout if you feel: Every day at work is a bad day.... read more

The 7 Cs of Communication

  Think of how often you communicate with people during the day. You write emails, facilitate meetings, participate in conference calls, create reports, devise presentations, debate with your colleagues… the list goes on. We can spend almost our entire day communicating. So, it stands to reason that communicating clearly and effectively can boost productivity. The 7 Cs provide a checklist for making sure that your communications are well... read more

5 Steps to Embrace Your Loneliness

Loneliness is something most people try to avoid. But being alone is an inevitable part of life. It happens to everyone at some time or another. It is important to be able to separate solitude from loneliness and to understand what is behind your feelings so you can embrace being alone. 1. Work Out the Root Cause of Your Fear of Loneliness Some scientists believe loneliness is a basic emotion on a par with fear and anger. Being part of a group... read more

Performing Under Pressure – Confidence & Optimism

The book Performing Under Pressure  found people who perform under pressure harness what they call COTE: Confidence, Optimism, Tenacity and Enthusiasm. Confidence Confidence for most of us is believing we have what it takes to succeed. It’s not ground-breaking to say that having confidence that you can perform is critical to performing under pressure. However, the people who do it best practice at building their confidence levels so that... read more

Performing Under Pressure

We all experience moments of pressure; where we must deliver the goods or suffer the consequences – it’s all on the line. These days we seem to face more and more of these situations on a daily, weekly and monthly basis than ever before. Everything seems like it’s do or die. The authors (Hendrie Weisinger & J.P. Pawliw-Fry) of the book Performing Under Pressure wrote this book for a very important reason – to give us... read more

5 Important Details for Developing Rapport

  Let us look at the basics of developing rapport with others.   In a nutshell, what it takes is to ask questions, have a positive, open attitude, encourage an open exchange of communications (both verbal and unspoken), listen to verbal and unspoken communications, and share positive feedback.   Here are important details on each step: 1. Ask Questions Building rapport is similar to interviewing someone for a job or it can be like a reporter... read more

We do Skype Appointments

Is distance a problem? If you live in another city, state, or country (yes, we do have overseas clients), we offer appointments via Skype or phone.


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