Monthly Archives: December 2013

Forget New Year’s Resolutions

Just choose one word. This is an interesting idea. Instead of setting a list of resolutions you hope to keep over the next twelve months, pick one word that will define the way you live during that period. From the … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Development | Comments Off on Forget New Year’s Resolutions

10 Simple Communication Resolutions for 2014

Here are some things you can resolve to improve the way you communicate with others. These are simple changes, easy to keep all year. I will talk less. I will listen carefully. I will always tell the truth. I will … Continue reading

Posted in Communication, Personal Development | Comments Off on 10 Simple Communication Resolutions for 2014

How to Change Your Life

Tips for Life Changes Can people really change?  We tend to assume that circumstances change easily and often, but that people change rarely, slowly, and with great difficulty.  But these assumptions are wrong. We can, at any time, choose to … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Development | 1 Comment

5 Ways To Build Better Workplace Relationships

Building good workplace relationships requires the same approach and commitment as building any other relationship. Just because work throws people together, it doesn’t follow that they will instantly connect and become the best team. It takes effort to build workplace … Continue reading

Posted in Personal Development | Comments Off on 5 Ways To Build Better Workplace Relationships

3 “Needs” of Time Management

Before you can start managing your time, you have to analyse how it’s being used. Keep a log of your daily activities for 2–3 weeks. Once you have a fair representation of your regular time usage, ask yourself the following … Continue reading

Posted in Productivity | 1 Comment

24 Time Management Tips

Know what is important to you. Figure out your values. Make goals and review them regularly to keep focus. Learn to delegate: co-workers, professionals, family members, neighbour teenagers earning extra money can all help with your workload. Learn to say no. … Continue reading

Posted in Productivity | 1 Comment