personal development

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That Goose & Golden Eggs Story..

One of the reasons I strongly recommend reading Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is really because it is easy to read and he makes use of basic analogy to drive his point across. The stories he used in his book are not totally new, or at least not to me. But he shared it
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It was a cool Wednesday morning and Teachers’ Day was just over last week. I thought nothing will be more apt than to write a little bit on Gratitude. If you have read books on personal development, goal setting and positive mindset etc, you will find this to be one of the most common topics
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That Woodcutter Story...

Have you heard about that woodcutter story? If you have, what are some of the life’s lessons you have drawn from that? That woodcutter story is closer to our lives than we think. So let’s take a look at that story again..     This is a story of a young and driven woodcutter.. Once
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Are We Supportive In Developing And Upgrading Our Staffs?

  A couple of years ago, I conducted a workshop where we trained learners in areas of cross functional soft skills. One of the activities involve an activity of reflection and sharing on the topic of personal development. A few of them aspired to go all the way to get a diploma and there were some
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The Habit of Reading In The Entertainment Age

  “I’m too busy to read” “I’m too tired “ These are the two most popular reasons I hear almost every time I speak about reading to my audience. Strangely enough, most of those who gave the same reasoning were never short of time for tv, facebook, youtube and mobile games. Perhaps, reading is not
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