5 Ways to Improve Personal Effectiveness
No one is born perfect – we all just work towards making our achievements in life by sheer hard work and determination. To be successful translates into building foundations upon which various skills, competencies and abilities are developed to improve our relationships with ourselves first then others. One way of being a success in whichever field we venture into is by employing these Five Ways to Improve Personal Effectiveness.Nervous Breakdowns – Are We Coming Down From – Out Of – Or Through Something
Years ago, away from the prying eyes of the public, one would infrequently hear the whispered diagnosis about someone they knew, “They had a nervous breakdown.” Are there underlying similarities leading to this conclusion, beyond the medical diagnosis?Do You Have A Hole In Your Heart?
Do you feel like something is missing? Are you searching for what will make you feel whole? Learn what will fill that empty space once and for all.Time To Say Yes!
How often do you say “No” to things? Truly? How many times have people invited you to do something or go somewhere and you have turned them down? “No” seems to be the go-to answer for most people nowadays. So how do you get out of the rut?Mindful Living and Working Mindfully With Resistance
This article discusses the mindful approach to working with the situations in our lives that create inner resistance. Resistance does not have to be a reason to turn away, but might rather be a way to develop a healthier relationship with reality as it is. Resistance is fertile, and mindfulness practices help us tap into its lessons.Can You Hear Me Now? I Am Speaking to You!
Can you hear me now? I am speaking to you! This article will empower you to be a fearless speaker. Isn’t that what you want to be?Forget First Impressions – Just Be Your True Self
Those that rely on first impressions are often shallow and small minded and they usually get involved others who are equally so. Often those who dress well and use the right words may be superficial individuals. Get beyond the clothing, the looks, and the style. If looks are a factor in causing you to make the first attempt at meeting the person, that’s OK. However, it can’t be the first and last factor. Just let it be the impetus for getting to know the other person and to engage in the art of conversation.Tips for Personal Development – Develop Yourself With Easy-To-Follow-Tools
This article is about how to develop a balanced personality. The tips are about how to maintain a healthy personality.You Can’t Please Everyone
It was Abraham Lincoln who first drew our attention to avoid necessitating the need to please everyone via the following passage, “You can please some of the people some of the time, all of the people some of the time, some of the people all of the time, but you can never please all of the people all of the time.” His sentiments were no doubt echoed through personal experience as the sixteenth president of the United States until his subsequent demise via an assassination in 1865.Considering a Support Group – Is It for You?
In the face of a personal life challenge, it is feelings of isolation which can be your greatest enemy. In this case, it can be very reassuring to know that you are not alone. Your struggle is neither as different nor as unique as you first thought it to be. Difficult as it is to deal with life’s issues all on your own, you don’t have to. You can find relief in the presence of other people who share the same struggles. And the more you share your experience, the more you realize that your struggles have become lighter and bearable.8 Benefits of Joining a Support Group
Support groups have a way of bringing together people. As people who meet on a regular basis, the members of a support group do exactly that: Group together and support each other.What Does Your Native Land Say About You?
Watching the opening ceremony of the commonwealth games, one phrase that Billy Connolly used really struck me. He likened Glasgow as being a place where it’s people go to the ‘school of hard knocks’. Is that just how it is, or is that how we’ve unconsciously created it and now it’s our story?