I’m a firm believer that learning shouldn’t just be a means to an end for work or a skills base- learning should also be about personal enrichment and growth. So, after what may to some have been incredibly dry material in professional courses, here are some more aimed at personal development. Hope you have fun exploring!
Want to learn to side-step difficult people, avoid conflict, and control your emotions in heated situations? Try this course, brought to you by a master therapist. Use what you learn in the workplace, on the commute, in the queue at the supermarket checkout- and avoid agonizing over what you *should* have done later!
The personal development instructor in charge of this course promises a bit of a personal overhaul in 10 days. Across the 27 HOURS of video, you could learn skills that could turn you into a focused, mindful, productive individual. Or on day 9 you could at least take away some solutions to all that clutter in your wardrobe. Either way, it’s a bumper resource for the money.
I’m not saying I agree with it, but it’s a fact that it is often about who you know over what you know. And networking might help get a few more ‘who’s on board.
Let’s face it, we live in a stressful world (and that’s even before you switch on the news…) That’s unlikely to change unless you’ve got means to move to a remote private island and never ever talk to anyone again. So best to learn to manage the stress- plus this course promises to help get you a good night sleep- where do I sign up?!?
Like the Bachman Turner Overdrive song says, I love to work at nothing all day- however, that’s not practicably possible. Perhaps some real ways to organize time and workloads to maximum effect might mean there’s more time to do, well, not nothing, but work you actually need to do.