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  • Can We Really Have It All?

    You may have heard it said that nowadays women can have it all. You may have read stories of successful career-women who managed to continue their careers even after having children. However, there is no doubt that working mothers are faced with tough choices along the way. Read on to find out how you can make the equation work for yourself.

  • Happiness works best!

    A lot of us work hard in the pursuit of happiness. We think that being successful and doing really well in our job can make us happy. However positive psychology suggests that the opposite might be true. If you are happy you are more likely to do a better job and be successful and productive.

  • Teaching Children to Handle Failure

    Failure is something that none of us are comfortable with and if it were possible, we would very likely banish from this world! But that again depends on what our conditioning and beliefs are about failure. What did the significant adults in our lives teach us about success and failure or how did they handle failure? Herein lie vital clues about our own belief systems, the influence this has on our take on the matter and how we talk to our children about failure.

  • Networking - An Essential Skill for Women

    Why Network? Various studies indicate that in order to be successful, whether it is working for a company or managing one's own business, the ability to develop relationships across gender, race, and economic class does determine an individual's success, both professionally and personally.

  • Keeping Your New Year Resolutions - Secrets!

    New Year is a time when we make resolutions - when we resolve to lose that extra weight, spend more time with our family or learn that musical instrument. However as previous years would have shown, resolutions are more easily made than kept. Every year atleast 80 percent of people make New Year resolutions of some kind. Unfortunately, an overwhelming majority of these people forget about their resolutions within the first several days of the New Year. This article shares some secrets on keeping your resolutions this year!

  • Setting Goals for Yourself

    Do you find yourself wanting to achieve things but never getting down to doing it, making resolutions that never seem to materialize? Whether you are thinking about losing weight, spending more time with your family or quitting smoking; if you want to succeed, you need to set goals.

  • Looking Back...Looking forward...

    The end of a year tends to put people in a reflective mood. We look back at how the year has been, and resolve to do some things differently in the coming year. There seems to be a need for embracing the new, and letting go of some of the past. Sometimes we are struck by all the things that went wrong, the mistakes that we have made, and the things that we have done differently.

  • Success at work

    No matter what your career, you cannot avoid other people. Every career requires you to work with people for one or the other reason. In order to be truly successful at your work, people skills are important along with technical knowlegde and experience.

  • Fear of Speaking in Public

    Do you dread having to do a formal presentation? Does the thought of speaking in meetings make you nervous? You are not alone! More than 80% of the population feels anxious when they speak to an audience. 

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