9 Ways to Shine in Meetings as an Introvert

There are lots of times when being an introvert can be good for your career, but meetings are rarely your chance to shine. More naturally extroverted colleagues tend to hog the limelight and you are left cursing yourself for not … r

11 Tips Presentation Anxiety Doesn’t Stand A Chance Against

It’s not just you. Presentation anxiety is a common feeling that comes from fear of public speaking, one of Americans’ most common fears. It’s important to understand how to reduce and control these feelings before a presentation so your hard … r

6 Relationship Killers Every Couple Should Avoid

According to studies, most couples have their first divorce by the age of 30. These same studies suggest that most marriages don`t last more than eight years and that one of every two marriages in America ends in divorce. These … r

How to Build Confidence and have Better Conversations

Here’s a little secret: many, many people find conversation difficult. And the ones that think they find it easy, well – aren’t they the conversationalists who we so often find dull or irritating because they have no sense of self-censorship? … r

Off The Grid: What Living Without Internet For 3 Years Taught Me about Living Fully and Connecting With People

Imagine coming home after a grueling day at work. You’re tired, hungry, and all you want to do is pop a frozen meal in the microwave and watch an episode of Narcos. Except you can’t. Six months earlier you decided … r

Top 5 Tips to Make Negativity Work in Your Favor with “Negativity Wisdom”

I am happy to be called a negative person. It took me years to realize that you don’t need to be made of positivity rainbows in order to be happy and I now proudly own my negativity. We have been … r