Research shows that relationships are central to our health and wellbeing and can be one of the most rewarding aspects of our life. However, for a friendship to work, there has be a balance between the two parties – not one person having their needs met whilst others are overlooked.
I am a firm believer in the value of face-to-face communication. However, over the past few weeks, I have been impressed by a story of hope and support – that has resulted from an on-line relationship.
In the corporate world, with its emphasis on self-promotion and networking, many introverts feel immense pressure to act like extroverts. Such individuals may even worry that they will be overlooked for promotion, so in order to compensate, they may go to great lengths to pretend to be extroverts and often end up feeling frustrated by trying hard to be someone else.
Retirement is a fact. Industry play a vital role to help retirees to manage this chapter of their lives.
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It is always difficult to ‘let-go’ of what was successful in the past because it means that we may need to modify our vision for the future. ‘Letting go’ in order to adapt to changed market conditions is a necessary attribute of the smart professional. He, or she, knows that nothing stands still for long and that sales and profits are always moving targets.
‘Have you got a minute’ syndrome decreased performance and productivity. Be honest – do you tend to interrupt your colleagues for no real reason? Read this week’s blog.
Nelson Mandela leaves behind a legacy to his country and to the world. What will be the legacy that you pass onto your children?
Where are you on the ‘job satisfaction’ scale? Some people even work for nothing! Would you?