We’ve all found ourselves there before. We know the deadlines are approaching, we know the work is due, we even know how important it is. Yet we wait. We put it off. We find excuses. We let the anxiety and tension mount, slowly driving ourselves to the breaking point. We procrastinate. We all do, sometimes. …
It can be a nerve-wracking time of year. The annual Performance Review. If you find yourself dreading the inevitable, it’s time to take a quick look at why that is. If you are content in your job, and dedicated to delivering a consistent performance, this should be your time to shine. Even if you’ve had …
Your personal brand is composed of many connected parts. Communication is one of the most important, and far-reaching aspects of your brand. When we think about communication today, we often think of how quickly we reply to emails, how we navigate a cold call, or occasionally the way we conduct ourselves and what we say …
So I learnt a new word today. Called Cherophobia- this is a fear of happiness, I must confess I had not heard of this before.
Often, the only thing holding us back from achieving our goals and reaching our full potential at work is our confidence in ourselves or lack of it. Even if you have all the necessary skills and experience to go after that promotion or apply for a new job, failing to believe that about yourself can stop you from taking that step.
With a new year of work before us, it’s a great time to look ahead to the various challenges and opportunities we might face this year. So, I thought I’d share some advice for a challenge that we commonly face in the workplace – conflict, and how to deal with it in a professional manner.
While audits might not inspire you with a feeling of excitement, they are often necessary to help you take stock, assess your situation, and figure out how to progress from your current situation. Have you ever sat down and carried out this process for your life or career? If not, I would encourage you to do so.
We all encounter stressful situations in our day-to-day lives; that’s completely normal. Getting the kids ready for school in the morning, your commute to work, giving a presentation to your bosses – these situations and many more are potential stressors that we have to face. But how can you tell when the levels of stress in your life have become too much?
A lot of what happens in our lives depends on the mindset we approach it with. If you’re unhappy in your career, then you could just sit around complaining about your job, claiming that nothing good ever happens to you while you wait for things to improve on their own. Or…you could do something about it!
In this video I will be covering how to balance your work life and personal happiness. Happiness needs to start from within and when you are able to accept what is going on around you, it is easier to feel that sense of fulfilment and life becomes both easier and enjoyable.