Perception is different for everyone, even though reality might be identical. Our perception (the way we interpret and make sense of the world around us) is a fascinating dance between reality and our own mental constructs.
If you find yourself in a festive funk, humming the Christmas blues instead of the usual holiday tunes, this post is for you! We’re going to unwrap the mysteries and deliver some useful strategies for feeling better — with no tinsel or sticky tape.
The blame game involves pointing fingers at others and holding them responsible for our frustration and discontent. If we acknowledge how our own behaviour might be contributing to the problem, and endeavour to change it, we transform ourselves and our relationships.
Discover what intelligences and learning styles you have. In a world where common sense isn’t always so common, the recognition of diverse types of intelligence has become vital. The human intellect is a dazzling mosaic of diverse intelligences, each with its own uniqueness.
The phrase ‘There’s no failure, only feedback’ is a premise or presupposition in NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). But what does it actually mean, and what are the practical applications for your daily life, learning and developing expertise?
It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But why is that the case, and is the saying actually true? Here’s an opportunity to test the expression out for yourself.
If you want to make better decisions it’s vital that you don’t just rely on your head brain, but also involve your gut and heart brains for truly wise decision making.
When you understand what Brand YOU is, you can monitor and adjust it, developing more integrity and improving your reputation, using it to leverage your career or business.
Grief can be experienced as a result of any significant loss — not just when you’re mourning someone who has died. You may be grieving right now, and not have any explanation for your emotional pain.
Building rapport and creating a basis of trust and connection takes more than just matching and mirroring body language. In this podcast, you’ll learn several alternative ways you can create a deep empathy with someone. Some might surprise you.