“Most people live in survival, not in fulfilment.”
Much of your happiness and life fulfilment lies in the satisfaction of your basic needs. You have six, in case you didn’t know. Let me tell you about your six basic needs, and let me reiterate that these needs to be satisfied in order for you to find some kind of happiness and some success in life. […]
In coping with stress and in order to ensure that you take preventative measures (prevention is better than cure!), there are a number of things you can physically do. Remember though, that:
- “Rome wasn’t built in a day” (ie., results won’t happen overnight), and
- Self-discipline is not a dirty word! (it’s an asset to success)
- Its futile. Its destructive, and its blinding. Of all the futile and destructive emotions to which human beings are prey, perhaps the most universal and the worst kind is resentment. This universal emotion though does have its “rewards”. It assures us of our own importance. It also allows us to hang onto our image of ourselves as fundamentally “good” — whatever our actual behaviour.
THE office clown has always played a beneficial role in the workplace but with increasing worker sensitivity, cracking a joke with a colleague could be seen as discriminatory or bully-like behaviour. […]
How is it that people are now openly talking more about one topic in particular? Is it just me? I suspect not. I’ve certainly observed increasing numbers of my clients asking what might be called “eternal questions”. “What am I here for?”, “What legacy can I leave behind?”, “What contribution can I make to the world?”, “How can I be of service?” and “What is my life purpose?” […]
This topic has captured the imagination of the business world especially over the last decade or so where we are now studying what it takes for people to be able to step up and for a leader to be able to really lead.
So what is Emotional Intelligence (EI)? […]
It’s not a topic often talked about. From the psychologist’s office though, it is probably true to say that it’s the most necessary thing that client’s often need to do. Forgive. Forgive a friend who wronged them, forgive a boss who bullied them, forgive a parent who abused them, forgive an aunt who cheated them, forgive a sibling who upset them.
Why bother with forgiveness? Is it really just a bit “old hat”, or maybe just a bit “too religious”? […]