Janet culpitt

Going for gold to achieve your goals

  The Olympic Games always provides a platform to marvel at what humans are capable of, as the athletes competing strive to be the fastest, the strongest or just the best, to win gold. While this year may be a little different, the Games still give us the opportunity to be inspired by the remarkable performances of the athletes as they ...

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Turn your resolutions into strategies for success

  If breaking New Year's resolutions is as much a tradition as the act of making them, you're not alone about one third of New Year's resolutions don't even make it past the first month.i So why not try something different this year? The main reason resolutions fail is because they're often formed without a st...

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Working together to combat burnout

  If both your first and last task of the day is to check your emails, you're not alone. Contemporary work culture, spurred on by advances in technology, has meant that we are expected to always be "on". Gone are the days of the 9-5. Many of us work at all hours, possibly even holding down side gigs, and that's befo...

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Changing the narrative to achieve success

  As children, we are surrounded by stories. The books our parents read to us, the cartoons we watch, the imaginary games we play. As adults we might like to think that story time is over. But it isn't. We are constantly surrounded by narratives in the media, amongst our peers and in our own heads. If these narratives are pos...

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Make yourself accountable for your success

  When it comes to career or life goals, a crucial element often missing from the discussion is that of personal accountability. Accountability is fundamental to effective government and successful business, but we often neglect it in regards to our own ambitions. Practicing personal accountability isn't easy, but if you embrace ...

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