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How to take Emotional Inventory in 7 Days

Tweet  How often do you react in a certain way and then regret it? How often do you say things in annoyance or anger and then wish you hadn’t?  Perhaps you don’t even realise it. Perhaps you think it’s perfectly fine to be often annoyed, irritated, or angry. Now think about it – is that […]

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Brexit, Trump, and the World Getting You Down? Unoverwhelm Your Mind With Journaling

Tweet  image credit   I woke up this morning to find that Donald Trump has been elected the 45th president of the United States. Brexit repercussions continue to play havoc in the UK. In India, Prime Minster Modi has decided to stop 500 and 1000 Rupees notes from circulation to reduce the amount of Black […]

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5 Ways Journaling Can Improve Learning Agility

Tweet  image credit   Let’s start with a premise: When you are not growing, you are shrinking. It’s that simple. If you aren’t learning new things, or even working on maintaining your current skills/knowledge/awareness then you are in-fact deteriorating. “Use it or lose it” would be an apt phrase to use here. So that means, we […]

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3 Steps to Journaling for Peace of Mind

Tweet  image credit Do you often spend your days worrying? Worrying about how things are? Worrying about things that are missing from your life? Worrying that you are not happy, or that you don’t have enough money? Worrying about the people in your life? How often do you just enjoy the life as it is […]

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How to use Journaling for Professional Development

Tweet  image credit Have you seen your CEO carrying a moleskine, or spotted a shiny-leather bound volume sitting on your MD’s desk? All the entrepreneurs and leaders you may have read about, or seen videos of, often talk about their personal notebooks too. This is not a coincidence. From Leonardo Da Vinci to Robin Sharma, […]

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What to Do When You Don’t Have Faith

Tweet  image by pictoquotes   Faith consists in believing when it is beyond the power of reason to believe. – Voltaire It happens. Sometimes, we just lose faith. Life experiences, our own or that of people closest to us have an impact on our faith. I am not talking about religious faith – I am just talking about […]

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What to do When You Are in Unequal Relationships

Tweet  image by postaletrice   It happens. People in your life don’t necessarily value you to the same extent that you value them. For example, say Joe is really important to you, but you are less important to him. Or vice-versa. Perhaps Joe considers you an integral part of his life, whereas for you, he’s […]

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5 Ways To Get Out of the Self-Pity Cycle

Tweet  image by timmy2wheels   Think about the times when you are feeling down. Everything seems to be going wrong. Other people have things so easy. You don’t understand why when you barely start turning things around, things go wrong. Life seems to just pick you for its cruel tricks. Do you feel like that? […]

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Why You Need A Life Purpose, And Why Having It Keeps You Going

Tweet  image by yolaleah   A life purpose, personal calling, something that you are born to do…there are so many ways to describe it. Some people believe it’s a spiritual or even religious thing. Others believe it comes from their genetic pre-dispositions and personality. Whatever you want to call it, and wherever it comes from, […]

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Managing Goals – Staying On or Adjusting Your Course

Tweet  image by creativegem_designs   Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible. – Tony Robbins   Having goals, even a vague idea of one (or more) is the first step. If you have a goal, it means you have an idea of what you want to achieve in life, […]

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