By JEFF BOSS
Focusing on what you can affect first begins with finding your focus. There are two different types of beliefs that affect your focus – the belief that you control your response to events, and the belief that they control you.
By TRAVIS BRADBERRY
People with a growth mindset believe that they can improve with effort. They outperform those with a fixed mindset, even when they have a lower IQ, because they embrace challenges, treating them as opportunities to learn something new.
By JOANNE LOVE
Not being mentally prepared undermines physical capabilities and compromises performance. These performance problems can stem from a range of conditions including nervousness, pressure to perform or even dealing with the busyness of always being switched on. So how do we learn these mental toughness skills?
By EUGENE Y. J. TEE and JAMES YEOW
There is something that is ultimately the root cause of our stress experiences, and it comes down to how we perceive them. Our reactions to stressors are a largely perceptual process.
By JEAN SELVAM
There are more changes in our lifestyle today as compared to just 10 years ago–thanks to the constant evolution of technology. With all these developments, it comes as no surprise that even the structure of family has changed.
By AWATIF GHAPAR and HARRY CHEW
The sad truth is that a university degree no longer guarantees you a job. It’s clear that since the starting line for workplace readiness is not the same as the point where graduates leave universities . . .
Being proactive is clearly easier said than done. Although now and again we would strive to be proactive, there is always a stumbling block. So, here are a number of obstacles that hinder people from being proactive.
By JOSEPH TAN,
Typing ‘leadership’ in Amazon.com gives you a list of 70,594 possible book titles. Another word, ‘servanthood’, yielded only 267 titles. It sells when you promise the potential of leadership-rising up to the ranks and receiving the success you deserve.