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Professional Branding: Whose Responsibility?

Professional branding or personal branding is strictly related to “me” or “I” or “self or myself”.  I start imagining myself as a company, organization or corporation and/or I start thinking myself as a product. Then I start thinking about creating … Continue reading

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Time Management: Now Children Too

Children Do Better Time Management It is not so easy to mould the adults into time management and daily to-do list mode. But soon they get around doing it because of the benefits they see from being a bit organized. … Continue reading

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Life Management: Anger Management: Manifestations and Effects of Anger

Manifestations and Effects of Anger Anger, basically a negative emotion is associated with physiological and psychological changes. Anger triggers fight or flight response in the body. Anger is often used as an immediate defense mechanism against any perceived threat. Level … Continue reading

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