Do you know someone who always tries to avoid taking responsibility for their actions? Or Do you have people in your life who always try and seek attention or sympathy by always complaining about how bad things are in their life? Or those who always play the victim? If you did, then most probably you… Continue reading
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.
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. Here is how to make positive choices amidst an unexpected change
One habit that can help you become emotionally and mentally more resilient in uncertain times like what we are experiencing now.
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?
We are all inherently worthy, but there are always certain moments in our life where we experience moments of negative self-worth where self-doubt takes over your self-belief.
Sometimes we get so caught up in the details of life, we fail to recognise incongruence between what we claim to value and the actions we take.
How do your lchoices represent your primary life values?
When you fail to take personal responsibility, you cannot seek or create opportunities that are right for your success. Taking personal responsibility can be self-empowering that helps you to overcome the state of victimhood.