When we believe we’re the sole architects of our success, we tend to be ruder, more selfish, and more likely to interrupt others. This is especially true in the face
Tammy TansleyI am a coffee loving, energetic human who loves words, bright colours and spots, silly t'shirts and good champagne. Mum to two beautiful mischiefs. Long time wanderer around the world. Author. Blogger. Speaker.
That by showing genuine empathy, you usually make life easier for yourself. You can get to the nub of the issue quicker. You can generally reduce unnecessary conflict. Solutions that
It's a simple enough question, with an answer that we can probably all relate to. You know how it feels when someone is rude to you, whether that is in
By spread, I mean that we take on the emotions of other people. So Negative Nellie leaves a trail that then "infects" her workmates. The boss casts a pall all
We often think that being better at something means a total overhaul of what we are doing. But in reality - a tweak here or there is often enough to
I was fortunate enough to stay at a fancy hotel last week with my daughter and her friend. It was a treat a long time in the planning; eagerly anticipated
Chances are, when you start looking, there has been progress or movement forward. Even if that movement is that you have managed work, life, family and other commitments and made
Christmas parties should be fun for all. They should be a celebration of the end of a year, and of all the (hopefully) hard work that has gone before.
These team adventures are done completely in isolation of real life. They're the brainwave of the poor sucker who is in charge of organising an event. They seem fun, and
Because we are trying to do so much, things are packed in back to back. Leaving no time for traffic jams, or appointments that run late, or any of the