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If you’ve ever tried unsuccessfully to get inspired and stay motivated at work on a long-term project, here are seven tips that may help you.
Using the same approach that allows us to find meaning and purpose in our lives outside of work will let us do the same while working. It’s all about having an open mind. Try these ideas and see which ones work for you:
The problem with imposter syndrome is that it’s incredibly hard to overcome on your own. If you’re suffering from imposter syndrome, you probably feel like an outsider in the workplace and like no one understands what you’re going through.
Here are five tips for getting over imposter syndrome at work and feeling more confident in yourself and your abilities.
“I’ve hung out with many very successful CEOs and they are all miserable, so I stopped.” Amanda and I were shocked by this statement especially because so often we hear “you are the 5 people you surround yourself with, so if you want to be successful, surround yourself with successful people.” […]
Good morning, good evening, good afternoon wherever in the world you are tuning in from! We have a very interesting topic to chat about today. It is a topic many of us probably have inklings of from time to time, a topic that is a lot of times hard to admit when you have it, […]
Prospective coaching clients usually (and rightly so) spend a lot of time analyzing the attributes and competences of the coaches on their shortlist before they choose one to work with. However, as a coaching client, do you ever think about your own attributes in terms of how they could facilitate or hinder the coaching process? […]
Dr. David Rabin is a board-certified neurologist, psychiatrist and inventor who has done tons of work in studying resilience and how humans can tap their evolutionary abilities to get back control of their physical and mental health. Jairek Robbins had a chat with him and we bring you the excerpts. Tell us a little bit […]