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Be honest about excuses

You will always have excuses to justify why you don't do the things you say you want to in your life. And if you're happy to believe those excuses because it's comfortable and gets you through the day, that's totally fine. Complacency is ok if you're happy with it.

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Social media has real life consequences

If you wouldn't be comfortable with your employer or prospective boss reading your Facebook post, seeing it published in a newspaper, or saying it to your grandmother, do not post it. Regardless of your privacy settings, you should always consider anything you post on social media as being public. Screen shots of your words can […]

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The perils of passive aggressive

We all know them, you may even be one of them: The people whose go-to communication style is passive aggressive. The people who say yes when they want to say no; who give backhanded compliments, or are sarcastic and critical about others behind their backs, but won’t say anything to the person’s face. People who […]

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I'm sorry, I was wrong.

‘I was wrong’ and ‘I’m sorry’ are two of the most powerful phrases in your vocabulary. Admitting your errors and apologising for poor behaviour is not always easy. It involves humility, self-awareness, resilience and strength. But putting your hand up and acknowledging your mistakes goes a long way to building trust in relationships and demonstrating […]

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Leah Mether is a  communication and soft skills trainer obsessed with making the people part of leadership and work life easier.
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