Personal Development, Professional Development

Gratitude is A Must: 5 Ways to Practice an Attitude of Gratitude!

It’s easy to gloss over our blessings and/or to take them for granted, we really shouldn’t. Because chances are, some of the very blessings we now enjoy (the career or job, health, finances, relationships) are things we all struggled to achieve and prayed earnestly for in another season. And for that alone, we should always give thanks.

Personal Development, Professional Development, Self Improvement/ Self Help

How to Get More Happiness into Your Life!

In fact, the Happiness Rule states that  “50% of our happiness is determined by genetics, 10% by our circumstances and 40% by our internal state of mind.” This means that to a large extent, happiness is a choice and our overall satisfaction with our lives is influenced by how we think and our mindsets.

Managing Change, Personal Development, Professional Development

It’s Celebration Season: 9 Top Tips for Navigating Change!

November is celebration season for me! It is the month the earth was blessed with my presence (Birthday Edition Loading), the month I made a big change to move to America and the month some of my favorite people were born.

Personal Development, Professional Development

Play to Your Strengths, Not Your Weaknesses!

If you struggle with identifying your strengths and playing to them, you are not alone. Throughout the course of your life, it is highly likely that you might have received lots of negative or corrective feedback that focused on pointing out and fixing your weaknesses rather than highlighting your strengths.

Personal Development, Professional Development

Got Conflict? 5 Conflict Styles to Deal With It Right Now!

Yet, many of us were never taught how to deal with conflict in a healthy and constructive way. Most of us probably learned how to manage conflict from the unhealthy examples demonstrated by our parents or from what we saw during our childhood.

Leadership, Personal Development, Professional Development

The Truth About Trust !(Part 1)

Supervisors who do not trust their teams are more likely to micromanage. People who do not trust their partners are more likely to be insecure, question their every move or sneak around trying to get information.

Leadership, Personal Development, Professional Development

Critical Thinking Killers: Are You Guilty?

Making assumptions, jumping to conclusions, reacting emotionally and not being able to distinguish between facts or fake news are obvious indicators that you might not be thinking critically about a particular situation, individual or issue.

Personal Development, Professional Development, Self Improvement/ Self Help

Motivation: Why Do You Do It Anyway?

If you have ever listened to a successful person speak about their achievements or journey towards their biggest moment, whether it was an athlete, actor, entrepreneur or professional, the one thing you would probably hear them mention is the importance of being and staying motivated.