Psychology of Leading People. It is often said that a strong vision makes a good leader. But in a crisis, people do not need a vision to inspire them, they are already raring to act. Instead, they need what psychologists call HOLDING, leaders who acknowledge their emotions and give them a sense of context and reality.
Goals vs Systems. Systems are almost the antithesis of goals, in that they are entirely about creating a repeatable set of actions instead of considering the overarching goal that they work towards. If goals are the macro, systems are the micro. This is how you achieve your goals.
How To Get Things Done. Take a second and think of everything you need to do today, this week, this month. Does your brain hurt a little? Yeah, we feel you. With so much to do, and so much input coming at us from everywhere, it’s hard to focus and figure out how to be more productive, or indeed, how to even begin ticking things off your growing to-do list.
The Art of Better Decision Making. What is it that makes some of us better – or worse – than others at committing to a choice? What are the forces that hold us back, and how can we successfully overcome them? Every facet of our lives depends on the decisions we make. Yet, how often do we pause to reflect on our ability to make the best and smartest choices? The key is how we confront and refine the decision making process.
Achieving Goals Regardless of Life Challenges. Regardless of where your journey leads, it’s important to be able to continue making progress to meet the goals you’ve established for yourself. Through the tough times, staying focused on what you want in life will keep your spirits up, give you purpose and infuse happiness into your daily life.
Master Your Emotions. He considered there to be eight primary emotions—anger, fear, sadness, disgust, surprise, anticipation, trust, and joy. Plutchik argues for the primacy of these emotions by showing each to be the trigger of behaviour with high survival value, such as the way fear inspires the fight-or-flight response.
Boost Your Productivity. Do you often find your workday spiraling out of control? You start each day with a plan to get so much done, but soon find yourself becoming distracted, focusing on low-priority tasks and, simply, procrastinating. So how can you regain control of your time? One-size-fits-all lists on how to be more productive don’t work; we’ll outline productivity techniques that can be adapted to your personality and working style.