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Be Stress Free: Self Mastery Can Improve Your Life

Self mastery is the ability to recognize, understand and manage the different aspects of your personality, and in so doing, to create a higher quality of life experience. It’s a continuous process that should be integral to one’s daily life script for everyday living.

Author of Show Stress Who’s Boss! says, ‘Distracted Driving Can Get You Killed!’

It is so easy to do. You are driving along quite happily, the road is clear, the sun is shining and you are almost on auto-pilot. You think of a message to send to someone and so you pick up your phone and start texting. You know that you are taking your eye off the road and you know you shouldn’t be texting but there is not much traffic around, so why not?

Sound familiar? Can you really say that you have never done this before? Maybe you are one of the few who can put their hands on their heart and say ‘never’ but there are many others who would quietly put up their hands and admit to this one, says Carole Spiers, Author of Show Stress Who’s Boss!

Stress at Work and Best Practice in Stress Management

Dispelling the myths and misconceptions about stress at work.

Be stress free and start your own business or not?

Before embarking on a self-employed career, you need to give consideration as to whether you are really suited to what will initially be a 24 hour job.

Learn How to Manage Your Anger

How many times do you feel angry but don’t know why? How often do
you become aggressive and say things you don’t really mean, and then feel upset and guilty afterwards? Similar events happen to most of us, at some time, and we fail to understand the reasons.

International Women’s Day: Celebrating Women’s Power

International Women’s day has always had a specialmeaning for me. To read of the stories of community, empowerment and leadership is such a motivation and encouragement for all women, whether at home or in the workplace.

How to Deal with Bullying in the Workplace and Cyber Bullying

What is bullying in the workplace? There are many signs of workplace bullying behaviour that are highly visible, for instance: the person who is publically humiliated by their manager or the individual who wrongly takes the credit for someone else’s work. However, there is another more insidious form of workplace bullying behaviour that needs to be addressed: that credit for someone is so-called ‘cyber bullying’.