Posts tagged skills
From Stressed To Blessed: Overcoming Anxiety and Low Mood with Minor Lifestyle Changes by Anne Cross

Anne Cross' book From Stressed To Blessed shares all different types of tools that you can use to help develop your mental and physical health. Helping you become more aware of how food, lifestyle, thoughts and emotions can all affect your wellbeing, have a read of this book to understand just how important self-care really is. Restoring hope that you too can help your health, her story is honest, heartfelt and inspiring, which makes for a great bedtime read.

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Make 2018 The Year Of You With The Help Of These 5 Books

Naomi Klein's book, No Is Not Enough, is a rapid response to the rise of Trump and she analyses his presidential campaign amongst other things in terms of his brand. She gives an insightful view of how Donald Trump has become so powerful, she see's him as a copy of pretty much all the catastrophic trends that have happened in the last half century. To simply describe it, the first half concentrates on what got Donald Trump into the White House and the second half acts as a manifesto for what we can do. 

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Kelly McGonigal: How To Turn Stress Into An Advantage

How do you approach stress? Do you dread stressful days? Or does the thought of stress make you feel anxious and unproductive? What would happen if you changed your approach to stress and saw it as a positive, and a fundamental element to a meaningful life? In a talk that is insightful and inspiring, informed and surprising, Kirsty McGonigal addresses the paradox of stress, exploring how it can have a positive effect on your wellbeing and bring you opportunities and a chance to develop. 

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Regaining Confidence After a Career Break with Carol Fishman Cohen

In this podcast, iRelaunch CEO Carol Fishman Cohen interviews executive coach Valerie Cherneski, discussing the ways in which you can regain and project confidence after a career break when you're looking for your next job. It's easy to feel intimated about getting out there and talking to potential employers, but as they talk so openly about, this is a very normal feeling and there are some simply steps to take to make the transition back to work that much smoother and more successful. From nailing the elevator pitch, faking it until you make it, pushing out of your comfort zone, and drawing upon connections, present and past. 

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A Crash Course: Theories of Gender

Are you proud to be a feminist? We hope so! But how well do you know the theories and ideas behind the movement? What's your stance on gender, what does it mean, and should it even exist? Taking this Crash Course Sociology clip as our reference, we have rounded up some definitions and theories to get your teeth into. You may be well-versed in theories of gender already, but if you're maybe not quite so clued up, we won't judge you, and we hope you might find the video as insightful as we did. 

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Become A Speed Demon, The Masterclass

Most of us just don’t have enough time in the day to do everything we need to do, let alone what we want to do. So often we are battling with how to find more time do the things we actually want to do in life on top our careers and everyday tasks. This course promises to eliminate those unnecessary time wasters in our lives and sets out to give people a better way at looking at every-day tasks, increasing our overall productivity, efficiency and effectiveness.

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Kirsty Hanly: The Magical Power of Fear

Cognitive Hypnotherapist and coach, Kirsty Hanley has transformed her life, from letting fear define who she was, to connecting into the power of fear, breaking out of her thinking, and living her life without being ruled by fear. Let's question ... What is stopping us from breaking out of our thinking? Who would you be if you let go of your fears? Who would you be if you believed in yourself more?

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