The search for a job is a delicate phase of life and it is quite often stressful and characterized by some negative emotions. But the good news is that it is a precious period which can be transformed in a useful and constructive path for your personal and professional identity.
Life moves quickly and priorities are constantly changing. When things get especially hectic, you need the right tools and tactics to keep your feet on the ground and perform without getting overwhelmed. Here are a few tips on how to master one’s busy schedules.
‘A victory or a triumph’ according to Google, and according to our families, ‘Getting a raise or passing all of your exams’. What is success to you and what if what Google, or what your family says, doesn’t align with your own meaning of success?
“What is success? I think it is a mixture of having a flair for the thing that you are doing; knowing that it is not enough, that you have got to have hard work and a certain sense of purpose.” – Margaret Thatcher
Improvement is one of the key factors when considering one’s work life, a necessity to grow personally and professionally whilst enhancing opportunities, skills, remuneration and work environment.
Are you afraid that you cannot afford to let go of your work because of your work load? Do you work long hours and spend your evening neurotically checking your emails leaving you with no time to wind down? If your answers are ‘yes’ then you can consider yourself a workaholic.
Although it’s important to have a sense of ownership and take pride in your work, for your own well-being it is important that you give yourself the chance to relax and bond with those around you.
Here are some tips to help you make up your mind on taking that well-deserved summer break and to switch off your work brain while on holiday.
A significant number of persons in Malta are required to sit at a desk and stare at their computer screen for most of the day. The health consequences of these are not encouraging.
If constant stress has you feeling helpless, disillusioned, and completely exhausted, you may be suffering from a burnout.
Today, many employers are well aware of issues such as the high cost of employees leaving their company. Many would say that it is self-evident that happier employees are better for the company. But how much better?
The notion that creative geniuses are born and not made is a myth. Research suggests that only 30 percent of creativity is genetically predetermined. This means that the remaining 70 percent is attributed to creativity as a skill that can be easily built up subject to how determined a person is to get there.