I want to believe salespeople when they say the product they are selling really does what they say it can do. I want to believe that the people I do business with are telling the truth. I want to believe my kids when they tell me what they did or whom they were with. But sometimes I suspect some of the people I deal with are not being completely honest.
Directly confronting the people who I suspect are lying is often awkward because of the sensitive nature of our relationships. The challenge is to identify disingenuous behaviours without damaging relationships. The beauty of these techniques is that people are not aware you are testing them. Read More
Life balance can be defined as an imperfect mixture of creativity, work, family, God time and personal time, while letting go of less important tasks, projects and people.
It may be unique or chaotic but totally worth all the efforts, because inner peace and happiness is guaranteed.
It’s important to understand that others cannot do this for us. No one can think, breathe, feel, see, experience, love or die for us. It’s up to us to balance all the different aspects of our lives. Here are some tips that could help; Read More
To “live within your means” mean that you are most likely free from debt. It means that what you spend each month is less than or at least equal to the amount of money you bring in each month. For many people, it’s a lot easier said than done. Loans, savings, and even emergency funds allow you to buy more things than your income would allow. Unfortunately, that kind of lifestyle isn’t sustainable and, at some point, your reckless spending will catch up to you. Your savings and access to credit will run out and when that happens, you’ll be forced to make some important changes or face financial ruin. Read More