Tag: Self-Esteem

Educational, Organization management

How Coaching Others Contributes to Your Self-Development

September 19, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

The coaching industry has risen in recent years and continues to rise as the years go by. This occurred because people saw the value in getting assistance from someone with an outside perspective — whether it be for individuals or […]

Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

How to Fear Less and Sell More

July 12, 2021

Via: Small Business Trends

You probably hate sales. You think it’s “low” or “beneath you”. Deep down you may believe if you have the best product or service in the marketplace, it will “sell itself”. More likely, you don’t like sales because you have […]

Self-management, Stress management

Why Do You Work So Damn Hard?

May 13, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

I watch my colleagues at work, says Dee, a Corporate Communications expert. Every day they walk up to the buffet, and they eat absolutely everything. Dee is on a 1-year temporary assignment at a fast-paced biotech firm. She describes the […]

Personal information & knowledge management, Self-management

How to stop comparing yourself to past versions of you

August 20, 2020

Via: Mashable

“You have a new memory,” my phone informed me one evening recently. However ‘new’ it was, this memory did not inspire joy or nostalgia. Every now and then, my iPhone sends me a push alert to tell me it’s curated […]

Self-management, Task management

How to Act Self-Confident

January 30, 2017

Via: Entrepreneur

To help with confidence development, simply try “acting confident” to the outside world, practicing how it feels. The outside “show” helps the inside “take.” It’s okay to display confidence you don’t feel, to take a leap of faith. Pretending is […]