Tag: Personal Development

  • Negative self-talk and how to stop it

    Negative self-talk and how to stop it

    Are you testing yourself? How many people fall into a trap of negative self-talk at least once a week? I bet this number would sky rocket that any price of a stock on the market that is ready to launch into space. Yes, I’m talking about you. Negativity, unfortunately, is part of our lives and…

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  • Burnout and how to recover from it

    Burnout and how to recover from it

    Burnout as a stress reactor As it appeared to be, many people are experiencing burnout due to their stressors aggressively taking over their lives more and more these days. What we don’t realize is that we are burnt out, simply thinking we are tired. It’s partially true. Living to work is not what anyone wants…

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  • How To Deal With Guilt

    How To Deal With Guilt

    This post was inspired by one of the bloggers — The Bipolar Gamer — who had recently spoken up about his experience with guilt. How do we cope with guilt and why do we feel so? It is not to indicate that we are bad people — on the contrary, and I will later explain…

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  • Develop the habit of practicing self-love

    Develop the habit of practicing self-love

    Unless you are a narcissist, practicing self-love can be a hard nut to crack. It does not mean you have to forget about everyone and everything, and focus on yourself. No. Before we get to know how to practice self-love, let’s see what it means. Self-love is a state of appreciation for oneself which is…

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  • Getting along with others

    Getting along with others

    Can you have a good relationship with everyone? The answer is yes. It may be more difficult getting along with some people than the other, but it is possible. Our problem is — we apply the same approach to every person, expecting them to fit in our circle. When they don’t meet our expectation, our…

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  • Active listening is actually a thing

    Active listening is actually a thing

    My boss told me one time that I needed to work on my active listening skills. I didn’t know it was a problem in the first place. The more I thought of what she said to me, the more I started to notice something. In conversations I was hearing to respond myself, not to actually…

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  • How confidence creates our reality

    How confidence creates our reality

    If you google the list of the most influential people on the planet, you will get the names of those who failed miserably and so many times that you wouldn’t believe it if they told you. Every success story has a background with a seemingly large number of attempts to achieve it. Some of us…

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  • Importance of personal development

    Importance of personal development

    Personal development means molding yourself. I’m sure most of you know what personal development means. Even if you think about the definition of these two words it’s pretty obvious, but it includes so much about who you are and most importantly “who you can be”. As for me, seeing the potential for personal development is…

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  • How to avoid feeling helpless

    How to avoid feeling helpless

    Stop learning to feel helpless The day I unlearned to feel helpless was one of the best days of my life. You read that right! I deliberately “unlearned” it like a skill that I apparently honed for a while without being aware of it. Although, feeling helpless seemed so real. I was convinced there was…

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