How do you ensure that you live your life in such a way that you achieve your desired results? For example, if you’re a successful professional, you may still feel lonely. On the other hand, if you have a loving family but no proper life goals, then you could still feel incomplete, right?
Do you have a hobby? If no, then why not start one now? If you do have one, then are you still enjoying it as much as you did when you first started it? Hobbies bring you so many benefits, but make sure to choose the right one/s…
Spending best time with close ones isn’t just important during festivals, but we need to ensure quality time on a daily basis. In this blog post, I’ll share ‘things to do’ that ensure a cohesive family time, while enjoying the holiday season.
Do you look at your mobile phone first thing in the morning and last thing, before going to sleep at night? How many times do you peek at your phone screen during the day? Honestly, while in class, attending a business presentation or even… during a meeting with your client? While at the dinner table with family or during a date with your special one?
As human beings (social animals), we feel the need to communicate, although the intensity felt, may depend on our individual personality type, or the nature of various other factors in play. You need to communicate daily for personal and professional reasons, to keep up with your social life, to maintain different types of relationships, to feel better and more.
Last updated: 04 May 2019
Networking is defined as ‘interact with others to exchange information and develop professional or social contacts’, by Oxford Dictionaries. No matter in which profession you are in, whether you work at all or not, if you’re into your own business, are a blogger working from home, a student, job seeker, someone looking for friends, interested in dating, looking for like-minded people with hobbies and similar interests as yours, and so much more, you can very much benefit from networking!
Have you ever asked yourself how independent you are? As a child, we are fully dependent on our parents, yearning for admiration and reassurance on everything. Over the years, we form our peer groups and want their approval, often abiding to peer-pressure at an early age, and even start drinking alcohol and smoking. Then at work, we find the need to go along organizational politics, to ensure a chance for being promoted,… the list could go on!