Horny During Quarantine? This Flowchart Will Help You Figure It Out
By now, you probably know about the term “social distancing” — having to keep a CDC-recommended six-foot distance from everyone apart from those you’re staying at home with.
Can You Succeed Alone? (Spoiler Alert: Not Likely)
Despite the thrills of entrepreneurship, it can also be a lonely existence. Have you ever felt that way? Like a lonely entrepreneur? Just so you know, it really is okay to admit it.
7 Ways to Respond to Conflict with Emotional Intelligence
One thing I know for sure is that there will always be drama in the workplace, it’s inevitable. If human beings and communication are involved, words and attitudes will be misinterpreted, egos will clash, buttons will be pushed, and people will arrive at different conclusions, often the wrong conclusions.
Scientists Reveal Why You Need to Stop Being Such a Flake
Research suggests that cancelling on someone is the ultimate way to feel as if you’re in charge of your plans (and destiny) – and there’s pleasure, as well as relief, to be found in being flakey.
Failure, Glory, Crashing Waves, Mental Health & Me
When I tell people about what I’m doing, I often get asked the question “Are you mad?”. The short answer to that question is yes, I absolutely am.
The Confession of an Eventepreneur
This is the most honest I’ve ever been about being an eventepreneur. It’s extremely difficult for me to talk about this stuff and I’m concerned that it will make me look weak. But in truth, I’m tired of smiling and saying that everything is fine.
19 Confidence Do’s & Don’ts I’ve Learnt From Those I Love Most
We all know confidence is a big component of success – it’s the determinant of achievement, the drive that keeps you going. But we don’t always have as much confidence on hand as we need.
Planning An Event? Here’s How To Keep Calm & Carry On
Working in events is stressful. Rated 5th on the most stressful jobs of 2016, event planners share the top 10 with military personnel, airline pilots and firefighters.
Sex & Alcohol Makes You Happier Than Having Kids & Religion
Money may not be able to buy happiness, but a life filled with sex & alcohol surely can — at least, according to new research this is.