"Anger is a valid emotion. It's only bad when it takes control and makes you do things you don't want " Ellen Hopkins Anger has become one of our predominant emotion as our freedom remains strained due to the pandemic. With all the stress and pressure in our lives, it is easy to lose our … Continue reading How to manage your anger effectively
"There are thousand excuses for every failure but never a good reason."—Mark Twain We often become our own worst enemies when it comes to achieving our goals and find ourselves making excuses to explain why we didn’t, couldn’t, shouldn’t or just wouldn’t do somethings that are important to us. We do so by saying things … Continue reading Say ‘No’ to Excuses
“Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man’s growth without destroying his roots.” – Frank A. Clark Corrective feedback can make or break our personal or professional relationships. It is very common for us to prefer compliments to criticism as criticism is often perceived as negative and unfavourable. However, there is a … Continue reading How to give corrective feedback
When change is forced upon us unexpectedly, it can be quite challenging and uncomfortable to deal with unless we learn ways to deal with it effectively. Click on the above link to read more to make positive choices amidst change.
Taking even the smallest step towards your most important goal can mean progress when it comes to achieving your desired goals.
Here is how to develop a next action approach to get more things done and to achieve positive outcomes in pursuit of your goals.
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What is your tendency in most conflict situations – Do you avoid conflict or seek it out? Certain conflicts or issues get tougher to resolve because we lack awareness in how we each approach such issues. Click on the above link to know your approach to conflicting situations to enhance your conflict management
Are your inadequate thinking habits the reason for your inability to put things right or solve certain difficult problems or situations? What is your preferred way of thinking?Is it problem oriented or solution oriented?