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Ask Stew: How to prepare for the run that comes after the PT test | Military.com

Many people struggle with running time after a PT test. Stew Smith recommends that with proper preparation, you can perform better with supplemental training solutions. And in addition to proper resting, it is also important to be conscious of what you eat and drink before the PT test.  Smith discussed in detail how to get your body ready and maintain ... Read More »

How to change careers to social impact: Step 1 – Audit your strengths | Moving World Blogs

Research has proven that we perform better when our strengths align with our job tasks and we have a deeper sense of satisfaction and fulfillment. From the hundreds of professionals helped by MovingWorlds, they point that the best way to start moving forward is actually to take a step back and know yourself. They prepared a free Audit Your Strengths activity to identify your ... Read More »

Supporting clients in achieving their goals | CPC

We want to provide the best products and services for our clients. And by working collaboratively with them, we strengthen our relationship and be able to align our expertise with their needs. Your client’s success is your success and supporting them in any way possible shows that you value and you care for them. Source: https://careerprocanada.ca/supporting-clients-achieve-goals/ Read More »

How to keep your cool in high-stress situations | Harvard Business Review

Feeling anxious when dealt with a stressful situation is a natural and biological response to a threat that leads us to a ‘fight-or-flight’ response. Research in the field of neuroscience, specifically polyvagal theory, shows that self-regulation is the key to understanding our emotions. The more effective you can self-regulate your body’s response to stress, the better you can lead others. ... Read More »

A year-long spending moratorium | Get Rich Slowly

“It’s not your salary that makes you rich, it’s your spending habits.” We have heard about this quote by Charles Gaffe but how many of us do apply this idea? If we don’t know how to control our impulsive spending, we won’t know how much we could have saved for something better. JD Roth shares in his blog his approach ... Read More »

15 Ways to handle confrontations with confidence | Nick Wignall

Confrontation is something that most of us fear because it can either make or break a relationship. Being able to show our vulnerability is not a sign of weakness. When we release how we feel about a person, it gives us peace of mind. Nick Wignall, a clinical psychologist, shares 15 ways and examples of how we can handle confrontations ... Read More »

It’s time to focus on projects, not ideas | Leading Blog

Countless ideas are yet to unfold if someone dared to take on the first step making it a reality. In Charlie Gilkey’s book, Start Finishing: How to Go from Idea to Done, he cited ways and techniques on what we can do to overcome our obstacles to turn our ideas into projects and ensure we take accountability that what we ... Read More »

7 Dunning Kruger effect examples in your life | Develop Good Habits

Dunning Kruger effect is a cognitive bias when people overestimate their knowledge or ability in a specific area. We may not be aware of it but all of us fall victim to this idea. You cannot accurately judge your own competence because all of us cannot examine ourselves objectively. The problem comes when we see this in others but refuse to ... Read More »

The value of a mile | John Maxwell

As part of John Maxwell’s Change Your World movement, he is encouraging each one of us to get ourselves moving amidst a pandemic and never underestimate the value of walking a mile. It signifies your willpower to get things done since a mile represents the victory of our will and celebrates the power of intentional action in our lives. This ... Read More »

Eat, sleep, innovate | Leading Blog

What can a company do to encourage people to innovate and bring ideas to the table? In a book collaboration by Scott Anthony, Paul Cobban, Natalie Painchaud, and Andy Parker, they believe that every business can bring a culture that enables the flow of ideas. A team at Innosight began collecting examples of interventions that promoted better innovation habits. They ... Read More »