Former president of Liberia and the first woman who was elected head of state of an African country, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf once said that if your dreams don’t scare you, then you’re not dreaming big enough.
There comes a time in your career where everything is comfortably stable. You’ve been doing the same thing day in and day out, and you’ve grown to find comfort in it. The steady routine, although not that stimulating, gives you a sense of security. More often than not, this sense of security is false – […]
It may come as a shock, but sometimes we are our own worst enemy. Hard to believe, right?
Success is often either attributed to talent or hard work. People who excel on the power of seemingly magical abilities are touted as talented. Those that work their way up to the top are called hard-working. However, a natural question arises in our minds:
The mysterious and elusive “right path” is talked about by many, but trod upon by few. The right path doesn’t knock on our door one morning asking us to follow it. If only it could be that straightforward!
You start the day with great enthusiasm. Today, you’re going to get things done and you won’t stay behind at work.
Hitting rock bottom is terribly frightening but as numerous stories indicate, hitting rock-bottom can also be the point where personal success begins.
They say that motivation comes from within, but you have to find it first. Whether it’s a painting, a book or a movie, there’s inspiration around every corner. All you have to do is look in the right places.