The problem with perfection is simple: it doesn’t exist. No matter how good you are – as an employee, business person, parent, partner, friend, child, sibling, athlete, runner, volunteer, healthy eater, whatever – you can always improve and do better. And therein lies the problem. If you strive for perfection, you set yourself up for failure.
Morwell-based software company Sage Technology has been awarded the Hall of Fame Award at the Bendigo Bank Gippsland Business Awards.
A desire to help women reach their potential in the workplace is behind a collaboration between Traralgon-based leadership coach Maree McPherson and Willow Grove communications consultant Leah Mether.
The key piece of advice I give beginner netball umpires when I train them has nothing to do with the rules of netball and everything to do with being confident. Quite simply, I always tell them to “fake it ‘til you make it”.
This advice doesn’t just apply on the netball court; it’s applicable in general life too, particularly in your career or business.
We all know them, you may even be one of them: The people whose go-to communication style is passive-aggressive.
Those who deny they’re angry; use sarcasm or a pleasant voice to disguise an aggressive overtone; give backhanded compliments; or are critical behind people’s backs, but won’t say anything to a person’s face.