No matter what industry you work in, you will meet both good and bad clients. Of course, to make the absolute best from your business, it’s important that you attract as many good clients as possible and avoid the bad ones at all costs. But how do we know what makes a bad client? Tha
Conflict in the workplace is a painful reality and a key reason for poor productivity and frustration. Do you have people in your workplace that cause problems for everyone else? Do they create additional work for others? One point is clear–conflict does not magically go away and o
Have you ever paid a compliment to a complete stranger? Have you ever given a thought on the impact of praise on the other person? Do you live such a stressful life that you have forgotten to be polite to the people around you? Imagine yourself having a very stressful day going on a
Challenging. Stimulating. Fast moving. These are some of the words we commonly use to describe our experience of project management. Unfortunately, we also use these words. Chaotic. Stressful. Anxiety-inducing.
Perhaps, by cultivating and concentrating on the descriptions from the
Telemarketing is not as easy as it looks. Telemarketing involves talking on the phone to someone you do not know and trying to convince them to buy a product, use a service, or sign up for a special offer. Many times, telemarketers fail because they are not doing the job properly.
According to Dr. Depak Bhatt, the director of the Integrated Interventional Cardiovascular Program at Brigham and Women’s Health, stress can trigger behavior that increases the risk of heart disease. Chronic stress and the increased risk for heart disease is something that we can acti
Are you stressed or unhappy? Do you need to calm down? Training your mind to relax can help you feel rested and prepared at any time, and is easy to do. When you find methods that works for you, cultivate and practice them often. In time, you'll be able to relax more quickly and easil
To plan things is good but too many plans (excessive planning) take us away from nurturing “dealing with uncertainty” skill, which is equally important for a happier life.
Being perfect as a performer in the corporate world brings yet other challenges in our personal lives.