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? And When you are doing so, is it coming from a place of helping others understand a situation better or from a desire to get your way?
"A resourceful person will always makes opportunity fit his or her needs."Napoleon Hill Have you ever been stuck in a problem in your goal-striving for so long that you begin to doubt your ability to solve it for good? There are wide range of characteristics like self-belief, discipline, dedication, hard-work, confidence and so on that … Continue reading How to improve your resourcefulness
Trusting your intuitive capacity can enhance your decision-making, creativity, and clarity.
What do you do when a person’s behavior makes you feel taken for granted, controlled or undervalued in a personal or professional relationship? Feeling undervalued can be extremely frustrating and demotivating, especially in workplaces when you want your efforts to be recognized and rewarded. When your efforts go unnoticed, ignored and unappreciated, you feel small, … Continue reading How to stop being taken for granted
“Success is not to be measured by what one accomplished in life, success is to be measured by what one overcomes while trying to succeed.” - Booker. T. Washington How do you respond to adversity or when things don’t go to plan? Do you become aggressive or do you disconnect from life and hide? We … Continue reading Turn your adversity into opportunity
Create the forward momentum you need to achieve your goals
Enviousness makes you blind to your own potential and never leads to better outcomes.
“There is nothing like success to blind one to the possibility of failure.” - Roger Lowenstein Every day we hold onto certain kind of expectations about ourselves, others and about our circumstances. These expectations we hold about ourselves directly influence our attitudes, decisions, behaviours, perspectives, as well as interactions with others. To succeed in our … Continue reading Overcome your overconfidence bias