We are all in hot pursuit of hunting down happiness in this dark wood of a world. I have personally never yet met any individual who does not want to get happier. But no one ever thinks of how to be happier! We all just assume what we are doing is right.
Where do we get this hefty amount of presumptuous confidence?
Why we have definitely all seen the movies, and we do watch the Academy Awards, those smiling faces cannot lie?! And do not forget our almost certainly more successful Facebook friends who definitely have a more fulfilling life! Just have a look at their smiling profile pictures with regular uploads of their most certainly happy life.
But is that the whole truth?
We think that is all nothing but a trick! Things that we humans have been conditioned to think will finally make us happy are nothing but hollowed farce. Continue reading –>
Before we carry on with this post, let us ask you one question…
Are you an honest person?
Take this question seriously. Are you really an honest person? Wait till you have the answer before reading on.
Now, do you have it? Good.
The next question that follows is do you sometimes lie?
We are willing to bet that you have said that you are an honest person and then you had answered that you do lie sometimes. So, that makes you an honest person, but also it doesn’t.
Now here is the most crucial question: can someone who sometimes tells a few lies qualify as an honest person overall?
Or are we all simply big, fat liars in denial?
When is lying the right way to go?
You may be saying that – of course I’m an honest person, but I do lie sometimes, it is impossible to be honest at all times.
And this justification is definitely a reasonable one. Because there are definitely moments when lying just seems more justified. Continue reading –>
We are a consumption driven community. While minimalists shout themselves into perpetual muteness complaining about how much people around world love to consume and how much waste they are producing in turn. But the truth still remains unchanged that we really enjoy obtaining new products. According to a survey surprisingly it has been found that Americans buy the same 150 items over and over again! And these items make up for 85 percent of the household needs of American families as revealed by the Harvard Business School study.
But then how can you as an aspiring business person be able to convince people to trust your new products and businesses and become faithful customers?
The secret to successful selling is to make the products seem relevant for your customers, this will help them get over their hesitation and make your new item speak to them! Continue reading –>
Charisma is this rare form of magnetic energy that draws people’s attention towards them; this is a quality that exudes strength and confidence which transforms into an arousal of loyalty and admiration from the others.
Rarely people are born with this trait of natural charisma and possess and outgoing personality that lures others towards them. But charisma is not always something people must be born with. If someone wants to build their physique they visit the gym and if they want to learn to code, they take up a course either online or offline where they teach coding languages. But what would you do if you want to build your charisma or confidence to be a successful manager?
Here we will share with you a few simple exercises that you can use to build a charismatic persona to have a lasting impact in the two most important areas where confidence is key. They are – work environments and social situations. Continue reading –>
Being successful in your career definitely requires a professional aptitude and that is a no brainer for people. But what does being professional actually mean?
For many, the word professional brings to their minds an image of a well-dressed individual sitting with an air of panache at their well-decorated office desk, peering over a large computer screen decorated with post-its that look very important. They should have a table decorated with a small Zen garden (because that’s supposed to help them with stress-relief!), and a few pictures of family and friends because even staying away from them for 8 hours makes them miss those faces dearly, yet when home they only peer at their smart phone screens instead of those lovely faces! Continue reading –>