Posts in Self Development
Why boosting creativity is a no-brainer.

Are you one of those people who thinks they are simply not creative?

You don’t play an instrument. You can’t paint, draw, or make anything interesting. You’re certainly no writer. Instead, you like working with numbers, sciences or things that follow procedures and rules. You’re ok with that but are a bit nervous about the trend that whole companies need to be ‘creative’ and ‘innovative’. That’s not you.

The good news is, you’re wrong! You just don’t know it yet.

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The 3 forms of intelligence you really need to succeed in life

How well did you do at school?

Were you a straight A student, did you struggle to get through or were you somewhere in between?

Many people believe that their academic achievements or the type of job they have are the main indicators of how smart they are — and therefore, how successful they’ll be.

In fact, your IQ score or academic results are only a part of your overall intelligence and they certainly aren’t the only ways of measuring your success. As a society, we are slowly learning that our ability to understand our thought processes, emotions and how we relate to others count far more towards how successful we are as people. What’s more, these are skills that can be learned and developed with practice.

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Top tips for finding your path as an entrepreneur at any age.

It’s no surprise that the struggle to find full time work with a good income is becoming increasingly challenging. The report The Dimensions of Insecure Work: A Factbook, published by the Centre for Future Work, shows that the majority of us rely on other forms of work, if we have work at all.

“The traditional employment relationship, based on permanent, full-time work with normal entitlements (such as paid leave and superannuation), has been chipped away on many sides. Today, for the first time in recorded statistics, less than half of employed Australians work in a permanent full-time paid job with leave entitlements.”

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