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Reap the benefits of Self-confidence

Self-confidence has long been the concern of human beings. The association of success with being self-confident dates back to Greek philosophers. In his book Rhetoric, Aristotle lists confidence as one of the keys to being a persuasive orator, which in modern times equals to being an influencer. He describes confidence as the “expectation associated with a …

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Mindfulness Made Easy

Before the invention of television, families of three to four generations gathered together around the table, around the fireplace or even in their yard under the starry sky to tell each stories, to relate the events of the day and share their future worries. This gave people the time they needed to process …

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How to be successful in every area of your life

Everyone wants to be successful. While success is often associated with fame and fortune, the word more generally means to achieve a desired aim. So success is embedded in every and each of our short- and long-term undertakings. There are several areas in which we can be successful: career, relationships, academia and finances. It’s …

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Life Coaching: is it for you?

Do you want to improve your life? Would you like to reach your full potential? Are you interested in self-development? Or perhaps you want to help others feel more fulfilled, you want to acquire the ability to facilitate transition in other people’s life or you would like to be able to draw out the best in people. In a nutshell, …

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Body Language: Your path to success

Did you know that Emotional Quotient (EQ) is a better predictor of success than IQ? Being able to read people’s body language is one of the aspects encompassed by Emotional Intelligence. The expression “actions speak louder than words” is a bit cliched, but have you ever wondered why the things people do get noticed more than what …

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Art Therapy: Paint a picture of your feelings

You might be familiar with expressions such as “A picture is worth a thousand words” and “Do I have to paint you a picture?” These idioms are rooted in the belief that images can sometimes be more effective than words at capturing and conveying complex ideas, thoughts and feelings. Words are phonetic labels our …

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Why should you learn how to use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) combines the two psychological approaches that dominated the 20th century. The first half of the century saw the prevalence of Behaviourism, an approach that explains human behaviour in terms of the influence of the environment on the individual. It proposes that all behaviour is learnt and depends on previous experience. …

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