We cannot get rid of our emotions. We can however manage them by changing our perception of them. Lennox Cornwall Emotions are normal part of our everyday life and play an important role in how we perceive and interact with people around us. Each one of us experiences moments when our emotions become beyond control…
We all have different fears that hold us back from achieving some of our biggest goals. Fear is the reason why some of your big ideas are still a distant reality or on your to-do list. Fear always gnaws at the beginning of nearly every endeavour and has an inhibiting impact on our performance and…
We all come across people who function out of victim mindset in the work places or in our personal or business relationships who carry around the belief that world is against them and that there is nothing they can do about it or take action. It is normal to feel sorry for all of us…
As much as we like to think we are rational beings with sound judgment and being reasonable, very often we make irrational choices and poor decisions because of various biases that are hard-wired into our subconscious.
Failing to recognise such errors leads to fault reasoning and distorted judgments and ultimately affect our work performance, personal or professional relationships.
Changing how we feel is the motivation behind virtually all of our behaviours, yet, we are limited in our ability to deal with some of our negative emotional patterns that we habitually experience.
Holding onto unpleasant or negative emotions for long-term is not only harmful for our emotional well-being, but also to our mental and physiological states.
The new year is here!! So are changes, hopes, dreams and aspirations. Thank you for being a part of the journey. Wish you all a very happy and prosperous New Year. Whether you see a difficulty or an opportunity depends only on the direction of your thought. Make most of every opportunity and all the…
Constant exposure to negative people can have a major impact on your overall sense of positivity whether it be at work, in your relationships, business environments or in your friend groups.
Recognise when negativity intrudes into your life so you do not have to be the target of others’ negativity.
Even though many of us know what it means to be mentally strong, yet in our day-to-day life we get overwhelmed by unexpected changes or sudden life stressors.
The decisions we make in the moment and habits we establish overtime determine our level of resilience in any situation.
How often do you fail to judge your own capacity to risk and what comfort zones are limiting you?
Rethink your risk-taking capability.
Know your pros and cons
[inlinetweet]]If you give into intimidation, you’ll go on being intimidated.”– Aung San Suu Kyi[[/inlinetweet]
Some people resort to managing through fear or intimidation to exert control or to stimulate people’s performance, but it certainly cannot be a motivating strategy in long-term.
Whether the intimidation is internal that has to do with your thought process or external —having to do with the actions or behaviour of others, you can learn to overcome it.
Are you stuck with your conflicting attitudes and beliefs? Conflicting cognition can be mentally exhausting and anxiety-inducing which most of us tend to ignore. Resolving it creates clarity in our decision-making.
“For every mountain, there is always a higher mountain.”
Always playing to someone else’s scoreboard won’t fulfil your goals or purpose but results in feelings of regret, envy, jealousy, guilty, worry and self-doubt. Here is how to free yourself from comparison trap.
There is a very fine line between influence and manipulation. What can you do to more consistently use influence in your efforts to persuade others?
What if your very efforts to find happiness are actually preventing you from achieving it? Everything in our lives from work, for defining success or making a difference, is presided over by some rules we happen to set for ourselves which are often not in alignment with our underlying objective of achieving happiness.
Do you allow anxious thoughts control you? If you experience anxiety for extended period of time and internalise anxious feelings, it takes control of you and lowers your motivation and self-confidence.