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Keys to career success

keys to career success

Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts – Winston Churchill We all want to be successful. That’s a fact. No one I’ve ever met aims for mediocrity. But success is an elusive target, a wobbling stage wherein to act. We can pursue it or chase after […]

Career Goals: How to Find Your Passion

finding your passion

Millennials have a lot of goals. There has been this picture of a beautiful youth sitting on a rock, facing the beach. What seemed like a mundane scene at the beach has been elevated to another status, fueled by social media’s power and reach. Naturally, the entire thing has been re-shared countless times with #goals as […]

The Introvert in the Workplace: 4 Hidden Strengths that Make You a Stand Out

December 4, 2015 in by | Your opinion matters
Introverts in the workplace

What do JK Rowling, Bill Gates, Abraham Lincoln and John Lennon have in common? Besides being famous and renowned personalities, they identify as introverts. Swiss psychologist Carl Jung coined the term ‘introvert’ to describe a person whose motives and actions are directed inward. He said introverts tend to be preoccupied with their own thoughts and […]

Confronting Your Fears

November 30, 2015 in by | Your opinion matters
Confronting your fears

Merriam-Webster defines ‘fear’ as an unpleasant emotion caused by being aware of danger; a feeling of being afraid; a feeling of respect and wonder for something very powerful. Given that most people would be familiar with the first two entries, the third puts a new perspective to the otherwise ‘negative’ connotation of the word. In […]