What is Success?
Success is a wonderful thing. It brings with it lots of satisfaction, a sense of pride, self-confidence and self-worth. Everyone wants to be successful in life. What does being successful mean? Being successful means the achievement of set goals. Success means many different things to different people. Success denotes wonderful positive things. To some, it means personal prosperity, a fine home, foreign vacations, and financial security. To some others Success means Admiratio
Developing Right Work Habits
You have several barriers to your success; Internal and External. Internal obstacles often arise from psychological issues like anxiety, fear, and low self-confidence, which stem from your habits, beliefs, and perceptions. They are more challenging as it is difficult to recognise and accept them. But at times it is difficult to overcome certain challenges on the way; the biggest and the most difficult challenge are within you – your mindset, ability to focus, fear of failure,
Communication- part 2
Communication is a process of translating a thought, idea, or emotion into simple and meaningful engagement through an appropriate channel to elicit a desired response from the receiver. Communication is a systematic process with an objective to achieve. It is not just talking, chattering or blabbering in a nonsensical manner. Communication involves expressing (verbally or non-verbally) one’s ideas/opinions to be understood as well as listening, asking and observing to unders
Communication- part 1
Since the beginning of my career in Training and Development over two decades ago, the most common and frequent training need that people have expressed to me have been Communication and Time Management. A Google search for the word 'communication' brings up more than 241 million results - making it one of the most searched terms in the field of T&D. You will find thousands of videos and online tutorials on everything there is to know and learn about communication. Then, why
Do You Need a Life Coach?
If you ever find yourself wondering, “Do I need a life coach?”, you’re not alone. In fact, you are in good company.