I caution everyone to reflect on whether what you are doing will actually improve yourself, or just keep you endlessly chasing a pot at the end of a rainbow.
We have two broad ways of using our attention. The one is expressed in the statement, “He’s looking at me” and the other one is expressed in the statement, “He’s listening to me.”
We believe that in order to effectively lead others, you need to be in charge of your own life. It is this simple yet profound concept that sits behind our Personal Excellence Programme.
Benevolence is about a whole lot more than just being nice. People can only be dismissive of being here to give if they do not understand the complex nexus of character traits and feelings associated with it.
Human beings are predictable, we all want the same things. We do not, however, all look for these things in the right places.
We have a tendency to indulge in the negative and overlook the positive. If there is any work to be done, it is to try to focus on the positive.
Good communication really starts with the ability to listen. Being a good listener then is a very important skill. So, how does one become a good listener?
Decision making is an essential part of all of our lives. But, it is only easy to make the perfect decision when things are simple.
As harsh as it may sound, poor self-esteem is living a lie. “Who is the real me? Am I my true self? Do I act like the person I really am?”
Because experts don’t really “know” how they are being an expert, if you want to know what makes an expert, you have to do a profile on them, which can be replicated in other people with potential.