Overcoming Midday Slump at Work

Doing your best work requires focus and energy. But it’s hard to stay focused for an 8-hour stretch. So how can you find the necessary energy to get your work done? How do you choose those precious moments when you think you’ll be feeling your best to do the most challenging work? And what’s the […]

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Book Review: Deep Work

With the proliferation of information that has come to define our everyday life, be it at work or at home, the risk of being distracted is evermore pertinent. In his book, Deep Work, author Cal Newport articulates an unconventional perspective on the benefits of distraction in the modern day. He writes about the sharpening of […]

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8 Questions to Reframe Your Mind

Anxiety, Stress, Lack of Confidence and Self-Doubt. These are our first barriers against efficiency and success. What causes us to react in this manner in the face of challenges? Many a times, pre-existing beliefs about our own weaknesses and limitations influence our mental frame, which are simply the lenses through which we see the world […]

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Young Professionals Program

Would you like to become a Young Professional that: – Emphasizes personal development & development of practical workskills? – Communicates confidently and is adaptive towards organizational changes? – Can handle workload and stress, and know how to present and profile yourself? – Can foster fruitful collaborations and possess effective leadership skills? Then we have certainly […]

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Managing Unprofessional Colleagues

At this point in your career as a Young Professional, you can say with certainty that dealing with unprofessional people at work is just a fact of life. Josh Hansen from TalentZoo.com has written a guide to offer some helpful tips on how to manage unprofessional conduct from colleagues. 1. Lead by Example Sometimes people […]

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Using Emotions to Drive Performance

It is an old adage that your emotional and professional worlds should be kept apart but Anne Kreamer, a former Nickelodeon executive and the author of the new book It’s Always Personal, begs to differ. By putting on a front and making an effort to conceal your emotions, you not only lose relatability and trust but also […]

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Reasons why you are always tired

You don’t drink enough water According to Amy Goodson, RD, a dietician, being dehydrated takes a toll on energy levels. Even if it is as little as 2% of normal fluid loss. Dehydration causes a reduction in blood volume which will make the blood thicker. In other words, your heart pumps less efficiently, reducing the […]

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5 tips to achieve work life balance

Set goals, plan and prioritize It is important to have clear goals in life, it makes things easier because you will know the direction in which you are heading towards and hence have more control. Without goals, you will tend to experience negative feelings such as confusion and frustration that can drain your energy and reduce […]

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