Are you your own worst enemy at work? The way you think about yourself and your career has a huge effect on your professional success. Positive thoughts will set you up for achievement, while negative ones will squander your resources, …
Words have power. The words you choose to describe yourself and your work say a lot about whether you think you’ll be a success. Your coworkers pick up on these cues, but self-talk can also affect your confidence over time.…
You may have been taught at some point along the way that humility is a virtue worth embracing. And, in many ways that's true. There is a lot to be said for speaking and acting in a humble way. After all, someone who is too egotistical can come off as immature, untrustworthy, and even less likable – none of which will endear you to friends and colleagues. However, there is a happy middle-ground that is actually the best option. It can be a big mistake to be too humble, just as it doesn't pay off to swing too far the other way. Here are a few reasons why being too humble when it comes to your job and career could be a huge mistake.
There's nothing wrong with being confident in your abilities, but there's a very fine line between being sure of yourself and being full of it. We will take a look at three key indicators that your boastful ways are, indeed, preventing you from getting where you want to be in your career.
As the saying goes, "you are your own worst enemy," and this is especially true for women in the working world. This type of thinking is what tends to hold women back from realizing the type of career success they want and deserve. We'll take a look at five ways women can confidently take on future opportunities in their careers by simply silencing their inner critics once and for all.
The word "seduction" has been so sensationalized (and sexualized) that it is mostly associated with promiscuity or manipulation. However, as Chen Lizra points out, we all can use seduction in our daily lives to help achieve our life goals. In her recent TED Talk, Lizra shows us how seduction can be a positive tool that professionals can use to achieve their life dreams.