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5 Types of Negative Self-Talk and How to Stop Them

We like to think we’re optimistic, positive people. After all, no one wants to be considered a grump. Besides, isn’t that what we’re taught from the time we’re children, to smile and think the best of those around us? In truth, we don’t always quite hit the mark. We might mean to be positive, but those negative thoughts have a way of creeping in, especially if we’re tired or anxious. Strong emotion has a way of derailing us, as do the negative... read more

6 Ways to Deal with Critical People

Constructive criticism is fine, but some people who are so relentlessly negative that they can suck the joy out of life. No matter what happy news you might have, they are guaranteed to find the cloud to fit your silver lining. Here are 6 strategies you can use to deal with hypercritical people. 1. Don’t Take It Personally It’s a safe bet that it’s not you, it’s them. Some people just hug their negativity around them like a security... 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

The Blueprint for Leadership

Effective leadership is an essential component of success in any organisation and requires a combination of skills, traits, and behaviours that inspire and guide team members towards achieving common goals. However, leadership is not something that can be learned overnight. It requires dedication, self-reflection, and a willingness to learn and adapt. To become an effective leader, one must be willing to engage in continuous self-improvement... read more

According to an article in The Journal of Behavioral Science about 70% of us experience impostor syndrome at some point in life, the feeling that you have only got where you are due to luck; not because you are competent or are good at what you do. Impostor syndrome can happen at any time in your life. Remember to tell yourself that your life/career did not come about by chance, where you are now and where you aim to be is justified. Know you... read more

5 Tips for Resolving Conflicts in Your Relationships

No matter how much you like the other person, at some point, conflict is likely to happen. While most conflicts are often small (like trying to decide where to go out for dinner), left untended a conflict can fester and grow. That’s why it’s so important to resolve conflicts in your relationships before they have a chance to take on a life of their own. How do you go about doing that? Start by listening – But don’t just listen to the... read more

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