Monthly Archives: November 2013

6 Entrepreneurial Skills You’ll Need to Succeed

This new entrepreneurial age is creating new opportunities and new challenges as our traditional models of education and business are struggling to keep up with the lightning-fast changes that occur in our new highly-connected worldwide economy. Continue reading

Experience: When Truth Comes To Light

Where you’ve had a belief so strong, but then years down the line you’ve realised that reality was completely different.

Everyone has. It comes down to experience. You’ve experienced another reality which has made you KNOW what is the truth. Continue reading

self improvement

Beyond Reading a Book: 3 Hands-On Methods of Self-Education

When you’re trying to learn a new subject, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the information you read in books. However, reading a book isn’t always the best way to learn. Continue reading

6 Action Tips in Attending Meetings with Confidence

Do you find yourself in a meeting where you are a significant attendee because of your role in the team, family or company, but quietly listening and falling into a wallflower mode especially because you are socially challenged, shy, introvert or less confident with a new role or environment? Continue reading

The Best Solution for Your To-Do List Stress

Ever wonder why to-do lists make you feel so guilty?

Even though to-do lists are useful for keeping track of tasks and for clearing up mental space that’s much-needed for focus, I’ve never felt all that great using one. Continue reading


How To Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is a type of depressive disorder that affects an estimated 5 percent of the U.S. adult population. Continue reading