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How to Deal with Incompetence

| Sep 18, 2019 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

How to Deal with Incompetence

By now, I’m sure you are quite familiar with the psychological phenomenon known as “impostor syndrome”. Also known as the fraud syndrome, this is a condition in which an individual doesn’t integrate their accomplishments and has recurring patterns of fearful thoughts of being exposed as a fraud, despite substantial evidence of their success and competence. But what if those feelings of incompetence are justified? And in spite of evidence to support this incompetence, what if these low performing people carry an...

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Taking Back Control of your Day

| Sep 6, 2019 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

Taking Back Control of your Day

An event horizon is a notional boundary around a black hole beyond which nothing can escape, not even light. The gravitational force is so strong that the escape speed exceeds the speed of light. It’s the infamous point of no return. Once inside the black hole, you will reach something called a singularity, which is the place where all the matter in a black hole gets crushed into. Email inboxes resemble black holes; usually, when you are replying to your 3rd email, you have crossed the event horizon. The gravitational pull of your inbox is so...

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Promoting Creative Disagreement

| Aug 23, 2019 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

Promoting Creative Disagreement

How comfortable are you with disagreeing with someone? Would you rather avoid conflicting situations altogether? If you are the type of person that shuns away from quarrels and disputes but at the same time is actively seeking for the next creative breakthrough or profound insights, then you should perhaps reframe your perception of conflict. Conflict is defined as a “disagreement or argument, incompatibility between two or more opinions, a state of mind in which a person experiences a clash of opposing feelings or needs.” (for now, lets...

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The Simple and Practical Way to Unlock your Potential

| Feb 18, 2019 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

The Simple and Practical Way to Unlock your Potential

Your human potential is coded in your genes and there is a simple way to unlock it. Science is now getting a much clear picture of the inner biological workings of how you can unleash “the giant within” to quote personal development extraordinaire Tony Robbins. If you set yourself a worthy and lofty goal, you will soon realise that to accomplish this ambitious target, you will have to develop new skills that might scare you. Perhaps you need to become a confident public speaker or a more assertive and empathetic leader, an effort that you...

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Put your healthy anxiety to good use

| Feb 3, 2019 | Mental Wellbeing | 0 comments

Put your healthy anxiety to good use

Some time ago, I asked an exceptional psychologist friend of mine the main reason why people would come to see her for treatment. Even before I could even finish the sentence, she affirmed in matter-of-fact fashion “Anxiety, of course, César!”. Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as fear or worry, that can be mild or severe. Mild anxiety, such as low levels of apprehension, mild muscle tightness and doubts about your ability, may actually improve your performance.  Anxiety levels on this low end of the spectrum may actually motivate you to...

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