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Scapegoating

scapegoating

Scapegoating is a naturally occurring aspect of human behaviour. It is widespread and, left unchecked, quickly causes anxiety and misery. It is often a response to insecurity or uncertainty though ironically it aggravates both. It can occur in virtually any social context or group: schools, the family, organisations and even nations.

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Do You Ever Wish You Could Hit the Pause Button?

pause button

Here are five tips to help you reclaim your day by pressing the pause button.
Remember when video recorders came along and for the first time we could pause the action to answer the phone or make a cup of tea? What a boon that was.
But at work it is almost as if the opposite is true, there doesn’t seem to be a pause button for email, mobile phones, and multiple demands.

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Time Management Resource Sheet

Time management resource

A colleague asked me if I have anything on Time Management and I remembered a resource sheet that I’d written some time ago.

I thought I’d share it with you. I hope you find it useful, or maybe share it with someone who you think it might help.

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The Skills of Resilience Can Be Learned

skills of resilience

The habits and skills of resilience can be acquired at any point in your life. All you need is the intention, and practice combined with self-awareness. When you are aware of how you think, feel and act, you have started on a path that will help you adapt and flourish. Building personal resilience focuses on […]

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We Know How to Do It, But We Don’t

Things may be hopeless, but that doesn’t mean we are powerless. The thing is, it’s easier to go with herd mentality than it is to stay true to our personal values, so we compromise by refusing to challenge the things we don’t like.

It’s the road to hell.

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