Service Orientation: The Heart and Hand at Work Nov 03, 2017

Experts say that to do away with a bad habit you have to replace it with a new one. But what can replace a bad experience so it own’t thrive in our minds? What could replace that awful feeling of having been served the worst version of our faved dish so that we can still digest it? What...

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Catalysing Change: Initiating Changes That Can Turn Ripples Into Waves Oct 28, 2017

The law of cause and effect is considered by science as fundamental to all other scientific principles but do you know that the principle behind it is also fundamental to the other disciplines of life including our day-to-day experiences? This law implies that nothing in this life happens without...

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Overcoming a meaningless life with intentionality Oct 19, 2017

Do you know where you’re going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you? ….
Do you get what you’re hoping for when you look behind you there’s no open door? What are you hoping for? Do you know?

These are borrowed lines from a song popularised by singer Diana...

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Personal Agility: Maneuvering through the changes and surprises in life Oct 12, 2017

How did our ancestors thrive and survive the wilds of Africa, the scorching heat and the barren sands of the Middle east, the freezing temperatures of the polar regions? Scientists would say it’s all about adaptability and agility. If centuries of adaptation through innovation have made...

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Powerful Influencing Skills: The Art Of Making People Want What You Want Oct 04, 2017

The power to influence tends to be highlighted as an ability exclusive among people in authority — something that leaders do to get their followers to do something; or what salesmen do to sell their products. But as social beings we are influenced by people we mingle with everyday just as...

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Interpersonal Effectiveness Within the Complexity Of Human Relationships Sep 25, 2017

Science has focused much of its effort on discovering the physical laws that govern our physical environment and our relationship with it. But there is another aspect in human existence that is as complex as the physical environment it thrives in. The emerging science of emotional intelligence...

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Seeing Life As a Storehouse Of Endless Realistic Possibilities Sep 18, 2017

Life is so uncertain so why take risks? Nobody really knows what tomorrow holds so why plan for anything? If there’s no guarantee my hard work will pay off  why buckle down? Que sera, sera.

Do you often feel helpless and listless? Do you give up easily? Do you see life from the...

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Conflict Management: Turning Dissonance Into Harmony, Productivity and Success Sep 11, 2017

Because of the uniqueness of each man, conflict is not a stranger to everyday life. We perceive things differently and as such conflict among our families, friends and especially in our workplaces inevitably occurs and sometimes thrives.

It can be simply defined as a dissonance or disagreement...

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How Can We Warm Others If Our Hearts Be Cold? Sep 09, 2017

An intimate look at empathy: Seeing the world through someone else’s eyes.

“You don’t care because you don’t really know how I feel!” This is an all-to-familiar statement we, ourselves, may have used several times to express our frustration over not being truly...

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Dream Catchers Are Opportunity Grabbers – Having the Initiative and Bias for Action Aug 24, 2017

Debunking the myth that some people are destined to be always a step behind or a step ahead of others.

What would the world be like if no one initiates?

Life would be unimaginably toilsome if no one took the initiative to make work easier by inventing the machines. Life will be chaotic if no one...

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Why Even Smart People Fail Aug 17, 2017
In real life , what really matters is not how smart you are but how far you’ve stretched your limits to make your life better and significant.

Do intelligent people eventually become achievers?

Robert Sternberg an American psychologist and professor whose works have contributed much on...

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Integrity: Being Whole In A World Of Disparities Aug 11, 2017

How many times have you been trusted with money? A secret? A sensitive information? A difficult task? How many times have you made a decision based solely on your values and principles? If you cannot recall then maybe it’s time to think if your friends really trust you and if you have been...

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