The 1 Bad Communication Habit That Makes You Frustrating to Deal With
As an individual regardless of who you are or what you do, building up your active listening skills is crucial for solving problems, building trust, and winning the hearts and minds of people. Here are four difference makers for the way you listen.
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.
How Events Help Bridge the Online/Offline Gap
If you’re running an online business, then you’re still going to want to have some form of presence in the offline world. This helps to humanise your business, and humanisation is something that will encourage people to buy your products or hire your services.
Entrepreneurs – Be Who You Needed When You We’re Younger
In this age of entrepreneurs using the web to map out their own career and financial destinies, they are often flying solo while they do it. Sure some have one or two people they might work with on a regular basis, but usually the bulk of their work is done alone.
10 Inspired Confidence Boosting Tips to Help You Find Your Mojo [Infographic]
Confidence. We’re not born with it – well, probably not. Like any skill, we build it up over time but many of us however don’t.
5 Tips on How to Handle High Maintenance Clients
As with any business in a service industry, events has its fair share of high maintenance clients, you know the ones I mean, those who call 10 times a day, email even more and somehow always push every one of your buttons until you start to lose your mind?
How LGBT+ Teachers are Transforming London’s Education
The National Union of Teachers has created a buzzing community of LGBT+ Teachers across London with their next event being held on Friday 4th March 2016. LGBT+ Teachers Senior Organiser, David Braniff-Herbert, explains the key elements behind the driving force making this union led networking event such a success.
First Impressions: Should We Really Care What Others Think?
Should we sugarcoat our true self in order to create a lasting first impression, or should we let our light shine bright and not care what others think?
Why Politically Incorrect People Are Happier Than Everyone Else
Walking on eggshells to please others can make anyone uncomfortable, but society has turned this into a typical regime. Why? I’ve always been told that I’m too honest, too brutal, too much for people to accept my opinions or even just hear them, but as the years have gone by I’ve honed this skill to be beneficial to me.