The wisdom he had taken from the book gave Tom the courage to move away from the straight and narrow path of auditions to explore new pathways in pursuit of his artistic goals. It gave him an inner strength to believe in himself and served as a reminder not to compromise but to stay truthful to what he wanted to explore.
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Three Simple Lessons in Learning to Love Your WorkLife
Maintaining good morale, his own and other people’s, is one of Reggie’s core characteristics that has driven his WorkLife, and one that he can attribute to wartime and learning taken from Ralph, an American serviceman stationed in Britain, who Reggie got to know when Ralph stopped by for a regular fish and chip supper.
How Self-Observation Can Help Your Self-Acceptance and Self-Realisation
Sleeping on it can help for sure, but some emotions last longer than a day. Continue to acknowledge your emotions and let go of those that don’t persist.
How Observational Comedy Helps You to Be Creative In Your Thinking
“Have you ever noticed how the most intriguing individual in the room seems content to listen more than speaking?”
How to Build Your WorkLife Around What Engages and Inspires You
Following what engages and inspires you in living a fulfilled WorkLife will give you courage to buckle the trend to move in a new direction
A Turning Point Story: How Sometimes What You Think You Want, and Need Are Incorrect
Step 1: Think about a belief you have had in the past about something you want and need. Consider if that’s something you still want and need. Question if the way you went about fulfilling this want and need was incorrect or correct.
How to Self: Coach, Direct and Lead To Achieve Your Dreams and Goals
Bridget has begun to establish herself as a guest speaker and panel member, which in turn is allowing her to become an established and recognised literary artist who is respected for her work, through which she makes a living.
How to Fine-Tune Your Hard and Soft Skills Learning Development and Growth Needs
Delilah takes a combined approach to her learning, development and growth needs. Fine-Tuning her hard and soft skills
How To Plan Going Freelance
She had a plan that had formed out of a desire to do good—a desire to make a positive impact to the lives of less privileged children.
Our Best Path Usually Begins by Acknowledging That We Do, in Fact, Have a Choice
When people or situations cause you to feel uncomfortable, take time to reflect on what it was that made you feel that way. Do this by replaying the moment in your mind, observing what was going on around you – what was said, how people were behaving.