Category: Responsibility

Achieving Your Goals: A Guide to Execution!

Have you ever set a goal only to struggle to achieve it? Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed by distractions and competing priorities, making it challenging to pursue your goals and dreams? You’re not alone. Many of us face challenges when trying to execute our plans, whether it’s a personal goal or

Relationship Management: Key Skills for Success

Navigating through high school or a work career is not just about academics or your résumé; it’s about building strong relationships that can pave the way for your success, both now and in the future. Whether you’re leading a group project, resolving a disagreement, or working towards a shared goal, mastering relationship

Finding Meaning in High School: Your Path to Purposeful Learning!

High school is more than just attending classes and earning good grades; it’s a transformative journey of self-discovery and personal growth. This period of your life presents a unique opportunity to shape your future, akin to finding purpose in your career. Uncovering meaning in high school can profoundly influence our experiences and

Use Ambition to be the Difference!

Do you ever feel like you’re capable of achieving great things but struggle to find the motivation or direction to make it happen? If so, you’re not alone. Many of us have big dreams and aspirations, but we often feel overwhelmed by the challenges of turning them into reality. Fortunately, there are

SMART: Not For Qualitative Goals!

Are you looking for ways to improve your communication skills, become more mindful, or build stronger relationships? If so, you may have heard of the SMART goal framework. This popular tool is often used to set and achieve specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound objectives. However, SMART goals may not be the

Outsmart Your Brain: Learning Principles for a Better Education

In his book, Outsmart Your Brain: Why Learning Is Hard and How You Can Make It Easy, Daniel Willingham introduces us to a new way of learning that is based on cognitive psychology principles. This guide will help you understand how your brain works and how to make the most of its

Authenticity: A Clash between Achievement and True Success!

In a world obsessed with external achievements and accolades, David Brooks’ “The Road to Character” serves as a compelling reminder of the importance of developing inner virtues and moral character. This book, which aligns with Rudder4Life’s Personal Development Framework, emphasises the need to focus on “eulogy virtues” rather than “résumé virtues” and

Tame Your Extroverted Ego for Authentic Leadership!

Are you an extrovert who aspires to become an authentic leader? While extroverted qualities can be a valuable asset in leadership, they also carry the risk of appearing self-centred. Maintaining a balance between assertiveness and humility can be challenging, but it’s not impossible. We are investigating some practical strategies that can help

 Unveiling Responsibility: Are We Truly Accountable?

Responsibility, a seemingly simple concept, has crept its way into the fabric of our daily lives. From personal relationships to societal structures, the notion of responsibility governs our choices and actions. According to Joan Didion, “The willingness to accept responsibility for one’s own life is the source from which self-respect springs.” But

No Problem, No Thought!

Have you ever heard the saying, “If you don’t have problems, you’re not really thinking”? This thought, attributed to the philosopher John Dewey, essentially highlights that our thinking process is only kick-started when faced with problems or challenges. Our minds tend to take a back seat when life is smooth sailing. Think