This Talk is amazing. Jia Jiang talks about how his childhood fears were holding him back. Then how he learned to stare down and work through his fears.
This talk illustrates how sometimes those who “stars” only appear to be stars because they are repressing everyone else’s productivity.
This talk illustrates how sometimes those who “stars” only appear to be stars because they are repressing everyone else’s productivity. Further more, when toxic situations and defensiveness can be reduced in the workplace trust goes up and everyone is happier and more productive as a result.
Failure is information and with a growth mindset, attitude is everything. This insightful article provides a useful infographic on the differences between fixed and growth mindset, and why attitude or EQ is more important than IQ. Tops tips include: Don’t stay helpless, be passionate, take… Read more…
Pierre Khawand and the folks at People-OnTheGo have illustrated the struggles of a busy schedule and time management in a new video. They also show us how our time can be better managed and organized through the 15-minute method. Check it out below!
A TED Talk video-recommendation from Kathleen Valerio: Simply put the point is mix it up on purpose. Yes this makes it harder, but it also leads to better outcomes.
Here’s a 59-second tip that touches on how different table shapes affect meeting participation.
A TED Talk from film producer Jeff Skoll, talking strategies for closing and equalizing the hope gap.
Kathleen Valerio recommends the “Inspiring Awesome Podcast” (James Carbary and Kenny Ortiz). This episode is on whether you are willing to accept the temperature in the room, or act to change it.
I’m happy to report that 28 UHall is being renovated and Calpact will be back in business! Please see attached flyer for dates and time of workshops through June 30th.
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