Tag Archives: Self-awareness
The best leaders develop their skills on the field and learn from their experience. They acknowledge that they do not know everything, that their learning process is singular but they are curious and are open to learn. It is common knowledge … Continue reading
Have you ever noticed that no matter how much you are successful, how much you wish to be happy or to have peace of mind, life has a way of placing you in the same stressful situations? That is because, … Continue reading
New leaders get into leadership positions by demonstrating greater skills, higher levels of emotional intelligence, better expertise than the teams they were in. However, for new leaders, mistakes are common and quasi inevitable. Mistakes show you what you are made of, … Continue reading
Wanting to be someone else is a waste of the person you are.
Kurt Cobain Continue reading
Though people have to be financially responsible, they give themselves the opportunity to explore and to search for a job that will make them happy. Needless to say, quitting your job is a big decision, an exciting yet scary endeavor. On … Continue reading
The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F**k: A Counterintuitive Approach To Living a Good Life By Mark Manson
All day, we are bombarded with things that we are supposed to care about. In the end, we are made to think that we should care about those things. Therefore, we constantly feel the need to look for better in … Continue reading
There are no good or bad emotions per se. However, some emotional displays are more socially acceptable than others, depending on each individual’s socio-economic background, appearances and attached stereotypes. For example, being spiteful and openly provoking someone is socially accepted. … Continue reading
True humility is not
thinking less of yourself;
it is thinking of yourself less.
CS Lewis Continue reading
On my last 9 to 5 job, I remember my manager complaining to me that I would no longer be part of the team because I am too different, I asked too many questions and I don’t act like them or … Continue reading