Workplace Issues

The Effects of Mental Illness in the Workplace

Many employees suffer from mild to moderate psychological problems. This fact is often overlooked because people tend to hide their psychological problems from their employers and co-workers. Approximately 20 percent of Americans, ages…CLICK HERE

Are You Suffering From Job Burnout?

Kelly James thought she wanted to be a lawyer, but after four different law jobs in five years, hoping each position would lessen her unhappiness, she was at a… CLICK HERE


Conquering the Fear of Public Speaking

Sweaty palms. Upset stomach. Dizziness. Shortness of breath. Rapid heartbeat. These might sound like symptoms of the flu, but if you have a fear of public speaking… CLICK HERE


Difficult People: How to Deal and When to Ditch

Jerri Ledford liked to think of herself as a good friend, but she had finally reached her limit. Despite subtle hints and blunt reminders, Carla just… CLICK HERE


Emotional Maturity: Your Personal Strength

It’s Friday morning and Jane and Alice arrive at work only to hear that their supervisor needs them to work late to finish a proposal for Monday morning… CLICK HERE


Freedom From the Fear of Public Speaking

The fear of public speaking is a type of social phobia characterized by an intense fear of social or performance situations. Social phobias can trigger physical… CLICK HERE


Intimate Encounters: Decoding the Secrets of Body Language

It is impossible for human beings not to communicate their innermost thoughts. In many cases body language, eye contact, and sexual gestures are more effective than verbal… CLICK HERE


Mastering Motivation

Want to get in shape, find a new job, or start work on that best-selling novel? If your answer is “Yes, but I’m having such a hard time getting motivated,” then you need to read on… CLICK HERE

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