What’s you carry with you from day-to-day says a lot about who you are and what’s important to you. What do you carry with you, and what could change?
We often put a lot of expectations on ourselves or have them put on us by others in our lives. While we may not be able to control those around us, we can control how we treat and talk to ourselves.
There are always times, whether at home or at work, when the mess and clutter gets on top of us. Maybe you’ve been too busy to tidy up or are accumulating things that you think you need to keep hold of. However you’ve ended up in this situation, it’s time for a good decluttering.
It’s a common misconception that confidence is something that you’re either born with, or you’re not. That’s not true. Confidence absolutely is a skill that can be learnt. So, if you wish you were more confident, then it’s time to make it happen.
Diversity in the workplace has been a hot topic, and lots of people and businesses are advocating for change towards a more equal and inclusive workplace.
In one way or another, we’ve all been hurt, wronged, or betrayed in our lives. Betrayals can be small, or they can be huge, life-changing events, but how we respond to them has the biggest impact on our lives going forward.
We’ve all been there – you’ve got 100 things on your to-do list and at least half of them are urgent. You know you can’t fit them all into your day, or even your week, so how do you prioritise them?
How important is obedience in the workplace? Sure, you don’t want to be the rebellious employee that doesn’t follow instructions or get tasks completed on time, but blind obedience can have its problems as well.
From time to time, we all have problems with letting go of the past. Maybe it’s a failed relationship, a missed job opportunity, or a bad decision you made. Whatever the problem is, hanging on to it isn’t healthy and can lead to you affecting your present and future because of it.
We may like to think that we’re always right, but every now and again something happens where the blame genuinely falls on you. When this happens, you need to resist the urge to go on the offensive or retreat into your shell. Yes, it’s time to admit to your mistakes and make a genuine apology for them. This isn’t easy for a lot of us, so here are a few tips to help you through it. Remember everyone has a different view of the world, and interactions – your view may not necessarily be right. You may have wittingly, or unwittingly, caused offence or distress so take ownership of it. This is a major source of self- growth.