Monthly Archives: October 2015

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Build Confidence in Relationships

Build Confidence in Relationships – Top Tips For some people, self-confidence with regard to personal relationships is challenging. You may find that you have confidence in many other areas of your life – your business, talents, and so forth – but lack the confidence to have successful personal relationships. For some, this is due to past experiences – once bitten,…

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10 ways to empower your communication

“A Piece of Blarney Stone” 10 ways to empower your communication The Blarney Stone is a historical stone, or actually part of the Blarney Castle in Ireland where it was believed that kissing the stone can grant you the gift of gab. Yeah, it seems strange in this day and age, but who are we to question tradition? It’s not…

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What Innovation Can Do to Your Life

It’s a talent that everyone has, yet they think they don’t. The power of innovation. If you’ve ever marvelled at somebody’s creative prowess, guess what, you can create and innovate too. It just takes time. Everyone is born creative. The box of crayons in kindergarten were not limited to those who possessed potential; because the truth is, everybody has potential.…

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Why Coaching is the Way to Go in Team Management

When you hear the word “coach”, what comes first into your mind? Do you picture a basketball team with a man/woman shouting out directions? Or perhaps a football team with a man/woman pacing to and fro and calling out the names of the players? Coaching is no longer reserved to sports teams; it is now one of the key concepts…

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Impossible is Just a Word

Everyone, at some point of his or her life, has dreamed of being somebody special, somebody big. Who hasn’t fantasized about being the one who hits the game-winning homer? Who hasn’t dreamed of being the homecoming queen? And how many times have we dreamed of being rich, or successful, or happy with our relationships? Often, we dream big dreams and…

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Divorce and Children

A specialist in human development and family studies from the University of Missouri discussed the impact of divorce on children, mentioning how they react strongly and differently to their divorcing parents depending on their age. Infants: higher degree of irritability, more crying and fussing, changes in sleeping and eating habits. Toddlers: they recognize the fact that one parent is no…

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Setting Goals for Students

All students have universal needs such as good study skills, effective time management, academic and social support systems, and recreational outlets. You may be well out of proper direction if one of these is not given value. You can be guided by a good set of goals. A set of goals will begin by having a clear understanding of your…

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The Concept of Friendship in Marriage

 Friends are forever.  Even if we move out of town or take up residence overseas, we maintain our friendships. We certainly don’t divorce our friends just because of a misunderstanding, so if we treat our spouse as a dear friend, we probably won’t ever need a divorce lawyer and go through the painful exercise of property division – a course…

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From Self-Consciousness to Self-Confidence – Tips for Parents of Teens

As a parent, it can be painful to watch your teen struggle with self-consciousness and low confidence. Is there anything you can do to help build your teen’s self-confidence? Here are some tips. Learning to Fail We want our children to be safe, physically and emotionally. But sources say that this can become too much of a good thing. If…

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Substance Abuse – a true story.

I have been there, I have seen a life turned upside down and in turn turning other lives inside out because of substance abuse. Only years later having seen what my brother went through am I able to understand why and even how and it is all so sad, so simple and often so avoidable. In my mind teens my…

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Tips on Teaching Your Child to Be Self-Confident

Parents usually want their children to be self-confident – after all, self-confidence is a key component of success in life. But how do you teach this important life skill? Here are some tips. Meet Needs Experts note that babies and later children who have their needs met consistently – needs for food, comfort, a listening ear, etc. – are learning…

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Setting Employee Goals for Success

Since human resource is an essential element to your organization’s success, start setting goals for your employees. Employee goal setting will allow you to be strategic in your means of operating programs or initiatives with the goal of directly contributing to the long-range objectives of your organization. The first and foremost goal is for the human resource division to increase…

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