Role Models

We all have role models we looked up to in life. Whether it’s your high school teacher, your parents, your grandparents, a prominent figure like Mother Theresa or Gandhi or even a Hollywood star. It’s how he or she inspires you to do better in your lives or how you admire her causes, her morality…

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Politics and You

When I started MiddleMe.net, I wanted to stay away from commending about politics. Politics to me is boring, it is cruel, it is dirty and it is sensitive. I came into my senses soon enough that it is difficult as politics play a part in the business world, greatly influencing our jobs. So it makes…

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Body Language

Building on the article yesterday, I felt I will need to touch on a age-old topic – body language. Although we have studied what body language you used will affect the impression you project to others, consciously you are unable to control your movements unless you watch every movement, every smile, wherever you place your…

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Let it out

Inspired by a fellow writer Jonathan Noble on a comment left on one of my articles, I decide to branch out on the topic of sharing information with your team. Most managers he and myself know, don’t readily share information outright, especially directive from the management. This is dangerous as your team members could be…

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