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The Best and The Worst

The best advice I ever got: Be immune to criticism and responsive to feedback. It helped me break out of conformity. The worst :  “Don’t rock the boat” It kept me under the hypnosis of social conditioning for long time. … Continue reading

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What’s the best way to give criticism?

A Buddhist response – Before offering criticism, consider your intentions. It’s easy for ulterior motives to color the feedback you give. How are you entering the conversations? With judgment? A desire to control. Are you hoping to intimidate -or to … Continue reading

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Are You Wasting Employees’ Talent?

I divide great workers into two different camps. One group is hungry for every opportunity you can throw at them, asking about advancement from day one. I call these people “astronauts.” Light the fuse, and they’ll overshoot the moon. The … Continue reading

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Struggling With a Resolution? Try Picking a Word

Oprah: Instead of making New Year’s resolutions, you choose a single word to bring you guidance for the next 12 months. For example, you’ve chosen gentle to help you fight perfectionism. You’ve also picked spacious as a reminder to make … Continue reading

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A Better You

Establish measurable, realistic weekly goals. Then, identify one thing you can do each day to work toward that goal. It’s easier to stay motivated when you have immediate things to work on. -Amy Morin Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in … Continue reading

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