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August 2016 - Methmac Communiations

The problem with perfection

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.

Sage Technology wins hall of fame business award

Morwell-based software company Sage Technology has been awarded the Hall of Fame Award at the Bendigo Bank Gippsland Business Awards.

Helping women get set to soar

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.

Fake it ’til you make it

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.

The Perils of Passive-Aggressive

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.

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