These wise words feel so apt for this time. When we’re able to trust in ourselves to handle anything, it enables us to thrive through everything.
Without question, your perception of change influences your response to it: Will the shift produce a positive or negative outcome for you?
If you want to lead yourself and your team successfully through a crisis, you need to set an example for others to follow.
Nobody is born with limitless self-confidence. If someone seems to have incredible self-confidence, it’s because he or she has worked on building it for years.
Being a leader is a commitment to lifelong learning, and this involves communicating effectively to inspire your team.
The key to make your life really unique and worthwhile is to share what you know, because sharing has a certain unique magic of its own.
What is it that makes language powerful? I can give you a simple answer: words filled with emotion. Words themselves are powerful, but not nearly as powerful as those loaded with human emotion.
While philosophy deals essentially with the logical side of life—information and thinking habits—attitude focuses primarily on the emotional issues that affect our existence.
Stress is all around us, and sometimes those little fissures boil over into real dilemmas. Here are five ways you can handle crisis situations with composure and grace.