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Resilience can help you Succeed – Just like Andy Murray

Why is it that some of us bounce back even stronger after a crisis or misfortune, while others fall apart and give up? How you deal with the setbacks in life speaks volumes about your character and whether or not you’re resilient – which basically means how you’re able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions.

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Make 2017 Kinder than 2016

Aesop Kindness Quote

Hate crime surged in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in the wake of the EU referendum vote – and still remains at significantly higher levels than it was a year ago. The figures released by the National Police Chiefs’ Council on 31st August show a 49% rise in reported incidents when compared with the previous year.

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How to Love Mondays

Love Mondays

According to research from the London School of Business and Finance almost half of us are not happy at work. If you're one of these people, or you have a job that doesn't fulfil you and give you that Holy Grail called job satisfaction, those Sunday blues can almost be overwhelming. They can start just after lunch on Sunday and colour your whole afternoon and evening – you may even find yourself staying up as late as possible in an attempt to avoid Monday arriving. It doesn't work though, does it?

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Improve your Emotional Intelligence


You’ve probably heard the term Emotional Intelligence, but do you know what that means? Emotional Intelligence, or EI, is the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others.


What is Grit and how do you get it?


When we’re looking at the most important ingredients for success we’re likely to say talent, intellect, and a healthy dose of good luck. However, according to research from psychologist, Angela Duckworth, and others at the University of Pennsylvania, the real most important ingredient in finding success is grit.

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5 Ways you can Achieve Flow 18 April 2018, 00.00 Sharon
5 Ways you can Achieve Flow
Often described as a state of mind in which you can experience total immersion and involvement in what you’re doing, where things happen effortlessly and time disappears, flow is what athletes often call “being in the



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