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Put your own oxygen mask on first

There’s a reason you’re instructed to put your own oxygen mask on first in case of an emergency on an aeroplane: You can’t help other people unless you first help yourself. The same goes for life in general. When you’re busy with work, kids, commitments, and who knows what else, it’s easy to fall into […]

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Tall Poppy Syndrome

Tall poppy syndrome is alive and well in Australia and it’s not just celebrities and sports stars in people’s sights. Whenever someone achieves success, tries something new, or seeks to better themselves – whether in business, their career, or personal life - there will always be detractors and people who try to knock them down; […]

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Put a pause between your reaction and your response

It's easy to get overwhelmed when dealing with conflict, or to become emotional when having difficult conversations; but while this is perfectly normal, it can impact your ability to effectively communicate your point of view.

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You don't know it all, and you never will

You do not know it all. No matter how skilled or experienced you are, there will always be something more you can learn. Even if you're considered an 'expert' in your field, there will always be some way you can improve or develop.

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Think before you post

The impact offensive social media comments can have on your real life was highlighted by two Australian cases yesterday. First, racist posts from a WA Liberal candidate from EIGHT YEARS AGO when he was aged 25 surfaced and prompted calls for him to be sacked.

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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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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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