Have you recently been given some negative feedback? Maybe you’ve got an annual review coming up? However much we’d like to avoid it, we all get negative feedback at some point. In this post we’ll look at how to handle it and why often it’s not actually so negative after all.
Do you ever find yourself running behind schedule, scrambling to make it to meetings or failing to hit deadlines? Are you a serial procrastinator? Perhaps you have a reputation for… Always. Being. Late. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back!
If you’ve ever found yourself completely captivated by a speaker, have you ever asked yourself why their message resonated so much? What was it that kept you on the edge of your seat? Chances are it was the way they brought their words to life by bringing you into their story.
Healthy Digital Habits
Technology has become an integral part of our daily lives, however, we know it’s not all positive, tech has its downsides, such as digital burnout, information overload, and addiction.
In a world of digital desk hopping, how easy is it to stay connected? And what’s the emotional impact of logging-on remotely? In other words: how do you have a presence when you aren’t… well, present?
Learning to Say No
Are you a people pleaser? It’s time to start flexing your “no” muscle! Saying no is a powerful tool in managing your time and energy. 3 simple tips to help you start saying no today.
Public speaking anxiety can develop at an early age and it may be hard to shake off. The impact of this can be huge; affecting self-esteem, avoiding social situations, and decreased job opportunities. We’ve got your back!
Sitting Pretty is one of the most articulate reads on disability. There is so much that I have not mentioned here, including how expensive it is to be disabled and the perils of trying to find accessible housing.
Resilience or bouncing back?
I always thought that resilience was about keeping going, bouncing back when things got tough. In my head resilient people never gave up, they always found a way to carry on.
I was about thirteen when I first read Quiet. Back then, I fantasised about outgrowing my introversion. One day, I won’t find small talk awkward. One day, I’ll have lots of friends rather than a cherished few.