Developing your social skills can be a challenge. Where do you begin? How do you figure out what needs work in your development? What element of social skills do you tackle first? This article will help you on your way.
You know how you have some flaws that you think everybody can see? They are so obvious to you, so they must be obvious to everybody else too right? Today I was walking outside and it started raining a little.
Imagine, for a moment, that you have a boardroom in your head. In this boardroom you have all the different thoughts in your head. Some proud, some scared, some critical. Now the question comes: who is leading in your boardroom?
If you really think about it then everybody gets paid to solve problems for somebody else. Ok, maybe “problems” isn’t the right term. Maybe it should be “fulfilling a need”. So what problem do you solve? You get paid for
There are things that you’d love to do, but don’t allow yourself to do. Maybe it’s because of something you believe about yourself or maybe you think others will judge you. Is that true though? Working out outside For the
Small actions, which are very insignificant to you can have significant consequences down the road. So that begs the question: what is your butterfly effect? The butterfly effect In case you’ve never heard from the butterfly effect this is how
“Get moving fatass” “You’ll never amount to anything!” “Look at everybody else, they’re all doing great, how about you?” “You got an MSc and you’re still in an underpaid job – you dumbass” We are often our own worst enemy.
We all have if-then script. IF only I was better with people, THEN my life would be easier. IF only I was more attractive THEN I could get a partner more easily. Almost like a computer we run those scripts
Vulnerability. It’s something we struggle with. Me included. And I’ve decided to get help. For the past several weeks I’ve been seeing a coach who is helping me get more in touch with my feelings. It’s been rough, it’s been
Some people have asked me over the years if social anxiety is even real. Isn’t it something that’s just made up? Isn’t it just an issue of “toughening up” and moving on? Well no, not really. Social anxiety is very