We have the tendency to hide our true emotions. Whether it’s letting go of a comment made by someone close to us or not voicing our ideas during a meeting, we tend to hide things.
Do you envy colleagues that are always done with their work on time? Do you try your best to be productive at work, only to find yourself distracted/procrastinating/demotivated?
No matter how much we try, we have very little control over our own lives. You may be a senior executive at work, but when recession hits, you’re also one of the employees most likely to be laid off.
Anxiety can put quite the damper on your day-to-day activity, serving to hold you back significantly in life. Sometimes it hits when you least expect, and other times it is a constant undercurrent of stress and fear you cannot seem to escape.
Dealing with rejection can be a painful process no matter where it comes from. It could occur in your relationships, within your family environment, at school or at work. Being rejected in any form can be quite the blow to your ego, and it’s easy to fall into despair and self-pity when it happens.
Workplace safety should be more than just a list of “best practices” put on a piece of paper that no one really pays much attention to.
In my book Vision-Mindset-Grit, I wrote… “While I was an agent with Northwestern Mutual Life between 1989 and 1994, I had the privilege of watching many motivational speakers at their annual conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin—speakers such as Terry Bradshaw, the famous Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback, and Charlie Plumb. Charlie graduated from the Naval Academy at Annapolis…