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The Storms That Shaped Us – #MTtalk Roundup…

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“It is better to stand in the rain than to run to your enemy for shelter.” Matshona Dhilwayo, Zimbabwean philosopher and author It was February 12, 2006. We were on our way to the U.S.A., on a trip that we had planned, and saved for, over many months. We were ...

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The Storms That Shaped Us – #MTtalk Preview…

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Please join us! What: #MTtalk Where: Twitter When: March 26, @ 1 p.m. EST (6 p.m. GMT / 11.30 p.m. IST) Topic: The Storms That Shaped Us Host: @Mind_Tools About this week’s chat “It is better to stand in the rain than to run to your enemy for shelter.” Matshona ...

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My Love-Hate Relationship With Amazon…

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A lightbulb’s just blown in the kitchen and I need to buy a replacement. So it’s decision time. There’s a small electrical shop a few blocks away. I could walk there, which would be good exercise – and I’d be helping a local company. But it’s rainy and cold. There’s ...

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Boundaries: Your New Best Friend – Join Our #MTtalk…

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What: #MTtalk Where: Twitter When: March 12, @1pm EST (6 p.m. GMT / 11:30 p.m. IST) Topic: Boundaries: Your New Best Friend Host: @Mind_Tools About This Week’s Chat “We need to keep things that will nurture us inside our fences and keep things that will harm us outside.” Dr Henry Cloud, U.S. author and psychologist. Sometimes, I can only ...

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How to Stop Apologizing — Join Our #MTtalk…

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Please Join Us! What: #MTtalk Where: Twitter When: February 26, 1 p.m. EST (6 p.m. GMT; 11:30 p.m. IST) Topic: How to Stop Apologizing Host: @Mind_Tools About This Week’s Chat Why is it that sometimes an apology is so difficult to make, and at other times we end up apologizing ...

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Coping With COVID Redundancy…

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As I said goodbye and clicked the “Leave” button to close my Teams video call, my head dropped into my hands. Redundancy had knocked on my door. Again. For the second time in five years, I was being waved unceremoniously towards the Way Out. My role was surplus to requirements. ...

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