Self-Growth

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How to Advance in the Career Ladder by Eliminating what Holds You Back
How to Advance in the Career Ladder by Eliminating what Holds You Back

Read this article to learn more about how you can advance your career following simple daily practices that will move the needle towards what you need to reach your ideal career path.

Ways to Advance Your Career if You’re a Millennial
Ways to Advance Your Career if You’re a Millennial

If you’re a Millennial who is on the look out to find better career opportunities, this blog post will provide some general guidance on skills you can improve to advance in your work journey.

Enhancing Workplace Performance using the Flow Model
Enhancing Workplace Performance using the Flow Model

The Flow Model is one of the most interesting methods to understand maximum productivity and beating procrastination.

Self-Efficacy: How to Take Charge of Your Life?
Self-Efficacy: How to Take Charge of Your Life?

In this post, we share with you the theory of Self Efficacy and how it affects our day to day. Also, we will analyze how with simple changes it can also dramatically change the results of your daily living.

Using the SCARF Model for Workplace Efficiency
Using the SCARF Model for Workplace Efficiency

The modern workplace is like a social minefield. People can nowadays feel offended by things which would have been hard to consider offensive a few years back. Partly, this is because of increased awareness regarding social issues, however, many times people also tend to trivialize issues to appear as victims. Furthermore, employee motivation is also […]

How to Overcome Procrastination & Deliver Amazing Presentations
How to Overcome Procrastination & Deliver Amazing Presentations

The pressure of delivering a presentation and making an impact on your audience can be overwhelming. One of the escapes that many presenters seek to overcome this stress is procrastination. As counterproductive as it might be, it appears that procrastination is the natural coping mechanism for many presenters looking to escape the idea of failure. […]