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Ten tips on confident body language

Developing the body language of confidence can be really important when attending job interviews, presenting, dealing with complaints and being involved in related activities. One confident person differs from another in their body language but these are some general guidelines.




Ask Yourself 3 Little Questions In a Specific Order And You'll Completely Change Your Life


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In the same sense...
 * When you focus on the negative aspects of other people, they tend to bother you more often.
 * When you focus on the negative aspects of your business/work, you tend to feel more   
   uptight, annoyed or stressed.

It is not that people, work or life bothers us.  Rather, it is the negative aspects of people, work or life that we focus on that tend to bother us.
Becoming resilient to pressure is a choice.
How fast you bounce back from stress, pressure and burnout is a choice.

   > Question: So, how do you choose to be resilient?
   > Answer: By practicing gratitude



Optimism Increases Productivity

How am I going to get through all this work?
I don't know what will happen if I fail?
What happens if we don't meet the sales budget?
I hope that I don't get sick!

If this is a familiar train of thought then you are in trouble!

Pessimism has been found to not only increase stress, but also increases incidence of illness &  absenteeism, tiredness, slower recovery from surgery, low self esteem, and causes the under use  of abilities.

You simply cannot afford to 'put up' with a bad mood, having a miserable day, or negative colleagues.  Pessimism will drain both your productivity and quality of life.



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Fear of Public Speaking


10 Sure-Fire Steps To Take The Fear Out Of Public Speaking

Do you "feel the fear" when asked to do some public speaking?

Public speaking is still one of our greatest fears and it turns grown men and women into nervous wrecks. The mere thought of it turns our tongue to cotton wool, causes our internal plumbing to act up and turns our knees to jelly.

Well, there's no need for all of this because help is at hand. All you need to remember are your P's and Q's. Let's start with the P's




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Review Techniques Keeping Acquired Information Fresh in Your Mind


Remembering things in the long-term can be tricky. Yet, especially in today’s busy times, increasing deadline-related projects and growing to-do lists, much of the information we take-in needs to be “stored” for later use or application.


Surprisingly, it may be as simple as reviewing the knowledge you need absorb and apply later more frequently.