I’ve received a ton of career advice from big players and game changers in the marketplace. But this one is unforgettable.
All taxi drivers I spoke to acknowledged Uber’s impact on their business. Who survives the disruption is totally up to them.
Olympians are one of a kind. They are extremely fit, determined and talented. Their training and physical regimes extend through countless hours of practice, preparation and then performance – all part of the blood-sweat-and-tears package. Many have dedicated several years of intense training and preparation just for a shot at the world stage. And we Read more about 7 Ways to Achieve Maximum Performance like an Olympian[…]
Coming from a foreign country and having to assimilate yourself in a new environment is not an easy feat. And not to mention finding your point of difference when competing with local candidates in the jobs market.
I recently got the chance to pick the brain of Brian Holmes, Director of Xponential Philanthropy, an organisation specialising in raising millions of dollars for not-for-profit organisations throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Earlier today, I had a 30min phone call with an editor from Business Insider Australia. The conversation went smoothly not only because I was sure of the topics but because of what I did some time back.
Thing is, I’m naturally shy and introverted.
Because somewhere out there, someone could be desperately trying and working to put you out of business.
While some are born confident, others aren’t. But like any other skill, confidence is something which can be stretched and developed.
Whether you’re preparing for a job interview, a client brief/presentation, a challenging negotiation session or just attending a social or professional networking event, a boost in confidence can go a long way for you.
Here are 10 ways on how you can develop those confidence muscles.