Tag Archives: Self-Help

How To Stay Focused When Your Life Is A Chaos


Spring is often a time of intense excitation for many people. For example I like to “de-cluterize”  my closets and my computer or re-evaluate my business strategy. Probably mother nature makes us feel that way, showing us so much exuberance with beautiful flowers … Continue reading

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Getting A Balanced Life in Only Two Steps


Many of you made your New Year Resolutions with enthusiasm, thinking this New Year will be different, that you will quit bad habits, lose weight, exercise, attend a language class or whatever, But did you really think deeply if this … Continue reading

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How to Manage Anger, It Can Be Very Positive And Incredibly Destructive


Anger can be normal and healthy emotion that helps us instinctively detect and respond to a threatening situation. More than this, when it is properly channeled, it can be a powerful motivating force – we all know how hard we … Continue reading

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The Reward Is In The Goal: How Making Things Happen Makes You Happy


For expats like me moving to a new place this summer, they might think that it is already Christmas when they get  their stuff delivered in boxes of all shapes in their new home. Well, for me that feeling did not last long. … Continue reading

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Quick Goal Setting In Seven Steps


1-First write your goals down, sort short term, long term goals 2-List your personal benefits of reaching those goals, what do you get?  tangible  and non-tangible benefits 3-Assess your readiness, do you have the right resources: time, energy, health, people, … Continue reading

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Is Building Self-Esteem a Cultural Thing ?


Global Leaders have to be aware that employees perceive bad news differently and the way to cope is very cultural. During bad economy, people handle stress and fear of failure with various strategies. Regarding self-esteem, there is a huge difference between Westerners and Asians for example. So International leaders, be aware how you deliver feedback: without cultural sensitivity,you are at risk of putting people self-esteem down and demotivate employees, the last thing you need during a recession. Continue reading

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