8 Tips to Overcome Stress Before Your Next Big Thing

An interview is coming up, or you have to pass an exam? You finally have the chance to pitch to that investor or a new client? You have surely prepared enough to give your best, but sadly, it is not the game-changing factor: It is your ability to show confidence there and then, right in that situation. Continue reading “8 Tips to Overcome Stress Before Your Next Big Thing”

One simple technique that helps you to resolve childhood memories

We all keep some heavy memories within us which happened several years back, even from the age of our lives we barely remember.  We were bullied by a classmate, got criticized by a family member or a teacher, maybe a stranger was rude to us. These bad experiences can leave marks on our personality which impacts the way we behave even in such a long distance of time. Here is a technique that can help you overcome negative experiences in your past. Continue reading “One simple technique that helps you to resolve childhood memories”

4 Stereotypes about Foreigners in Indian Culture

Exploring a new culture is always intriguing, but what’s more shocking is to discover what they believe about yours… It can be amusing at times, and some moments even make you feel proud, while sometimes it stirs you up and makes you explain yourself. Let’s get things straight: here are the labels I was faced with in India as a foreigner from the West.

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How to tell if you have found the right mentor

Perhaps the most important factor that helps you grow personally and professionally at the early stage of your career is finding the right mentor. You may look for a new position in your career, changing your profession or seeking guidance to grow your business, ultimately it is the greatest advantage to consult with someone who is a couple of steps ahead of you. She has the simple answer to the one thing that is blocking you from success, and he can discover that strength in you that makes you unique.

So how to know who is your lighthouse in the dark moments of confusion?

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3 things you should have actually learnt during your education

During our primary and secondary education we spend an average of 7,751 hours in school which does not include homework and the preparation for exams and tests. That’s a lot of time spent over books, and yet I think all of us remember asking Why do I have to learn this? I am not interested in this topic… and what am I going to use this for?   Continue reading “3 things you should have actually learnt during your education”

Why you should start traveling before you are ready for it

When I first traveled alone to a fundamentally different culture I didn’t really know what I was doing. I just knew that trips in Europe were not enough anymore, and I wanted to see something that shocks the hell out of me. I started to browse the net for an opportunity that wouldn’t bring a financial burden for me, and where I can go as soon as possible. Continue reading “Why you should start traveling before you are ready for it”

5 hidden ways society keeps back women from leading – Part 1

Several studies and articles appeared in the last years comparing male and female leaders. The authors concluded distinction solely in styles, but no difference in abilities, yet the numbers do not seem to grow enough in either half of the planet in terms of woman leadership. Women have equal rights for taking opportunities in an increasing number of countries –then why are they still struggling to move forward in their career? Continue reading “5 hidden ways society keeps back women from leading – Part 1”

5 hidden ways society keeps back women from leading – Part 2

Several studies and articles appeared in the last years comparing male and female leaders. The authors concluded distinction solely in styles, but no difference in abilities, yet the numbers do not seem to grow enough in either half of the planet in terms of woman leadership. Women have equal rights for taking opportunities in an increasing number of countries –then why are they still struggling to move forward in their career? Continue reading “5 hidden ways society keeps back women from leading – Part 2”