Archive | November, 2008

Focus on Relationships

Posted on 28 November 2020

Trust and communication go together, explains Peter Vajda. Destroy trust and communication will cease. No one wants to give 100% to someone they can’t trust. Only when you show up in integrity, behave ethically and allow your vulnerability will those around you see you as trustworthy enough to share their thoughts and insights in full.

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Dealing With Today’s Massive Dose of Uncertainty

Posted on 27 November 2020

People generally dislike uncertainty and there’s so much uncertainty around at the moment it’s hard not to drown in it. Here’s how to cope better, plus some ideas for simple actions that will always transform your day and move you from cowering victim into courageous captain of your destiny.

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Solving Problems With Integrity

Posted on 26 November 2020

Douglas Ross explore the links between problems, growth and integrity; and the choice of whether to see your problems as a curse or a blessing.

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Conceding, Winning and Knowing How to Choose Between Them

Posted on 25 November 2020

Nina Simosko looks at life’s endless series of negotiations. Are you someone who believes in winning at any cost? Maybe you should consider the benefits of knowing when to ‘fold ’em’ and let the other person have a victory.

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Use Balance to Help Overcome Your Fears

Posted on 24 November 2020

When your attachment to anything, however benign in itself, becomes too powerful, it increases the chance that a corresponding fear will corrode your life and destroy your relationships from within. Understanding this can help you stay balanced and avoid destroying your chances of getting the very things you value most.

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Facing Challenging Times

Posted on 21 November 2020

Peter Vajda offers thoughts on worry and how to deal with it. Do worry and fear control much of your thinking and activity? The way to eliminate worry and move past fear is not to resist it or try to think your way out of it. Worrying and being fearful is a choice. Releasing fear and worry is also a choice. If you can do the one, you can do the other.

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The Pitfalls of Emotional Reasoning

Posted on 20 November 2020

There are many joys in the journey through life, but plenty of pitfalls too. Sometimes the most difficult blockages to overcome are the ones inside your own head. The way you think, and what you tell yourself about events and people, can stop you cold on the journey towards happiness.

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Loving the job you’re in

Posted on 19 November 2020

John Fletcher muses on the true value of a job, and why losing consciousness of yourself and of your ego in your single-minded application to the task in hand counts for more than you may imagine in making any job worthwhile.

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Some Important Lessons in Loyalty

Posted on 18 November 2020

Nina Simosko looks at loyalty and how leadership effectiveness either creates or destroys this fragile and essential part of corporate success. Inspiring loyalty isn’t difficult, she writes, though it does require awareness and commitment.

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Expansive (and Expensive) Egos

Posted on 17 November 2020

Buddhists and Taoists have long claimed that a false belief in the ego is a principle cause of human suffering. Carmine Coyote traces the ‘mysterious’ sources of true leadership and exposes the perversions that egotism too often inflicts on us all. Let go of your ego. It’s a burden neither you nor those around you need.

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