How to Stop Taking Things Personally

When you are invested in a task, be it in your professional or professional life, it is always hard to receive criticism on it well. Yet as daunting as it is to detach yourself emotionally from negative feedback, it is important to learn how to do so. The journey to the peak of our career […]

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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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Video: How to find work you love

Scott Dinsmore quit a job that made him miserable, and spent the next four years wondering how to find work that was joyful and meaningful. He shares what he learned in this deceptively simple talk about finding out what matters to you — and then getting started doing it.

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Explanatory Style and Optimism

The ways in which we appraise situations and develop a stress response hinge very much upon what is known as our Explanatory Style. According to this article on TheVeryWellMind.com written by Elizabeth Scott, Explanatory Styles refer to how people explain the events in their lives. It is part of how we process events, the meaning and symbols we […]

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Bad Habits at Work

Bad habits in your everyday life may be inconsequential, but you can be sure that chronically poor professional attitudes and behaviour will rob you of steady career progression or even lead to your redundancy one day. According to Catherine Saar from TheProjectCoach, the following habits are capable of sabotaging your work performance: 1. Blaming others Before […]

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5 Powerful Ways to Think More Positive Thoughts

No matter how driven and passionate you are at work, you are bound to experience disappointment and skepticism as much as you do satisfaction and joy. Adversity is inevitable and it is easy to dwell on mistakes. However, it is certainly possible and in fact important to be reflexive and embrace every experience positively as a […]

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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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E-learning

ONLINE LEARNING! E-Learning is a teaching method that is gaining a lot of popularity in recent years. With E-Learning you can learn independently in the comfort of your own home or at any of your desired places, any part of the day. Young professionals like yourself are in a crucial phase of development, but with […]

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Habits of stressful people

We’ve all had feelings like this: Your heart racing, palms start to sweat and the feeling of rising panic, and we realize that there’s so much we have to do in a short time. As everyone knows, stress can have many negative effects on different aspects of our life. More often than not, it’s just […]

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