If you really want something, but have reservations, expose yourself to it as much as you can. Talk to people about it. Learn about it. The more information, experience, and exposure you get with it, the more likely you'll make an informed and committed decision.
When you hear “people person,” you think HR, right? While HR practitioners hold unique positions to speak on the topics of people and culture, they should not be the sole contributors to the topic of relating to others.
When it comes to learning new skills in the workplace, over half of employees learn from their co-workers, according to one study on workplace learning. Yet, many organizations do not have a formal peer-to-peer learning program where co-workers can network and learn from each other.
Our comfort zone is the place where we feel knowledgeable, strong, in-charge, and safe. Life feels good when we are living it in our “comfort zone.” Stress, anxiety, and fear are non-existent; instead, confidence and calm abound.
You don't have to graduate from a top university to acquire soft skills. Understanding what soft skills are will help you identify your soft skills or the soft skills you need to develop in the future.
Do you know how many books you’ve read during high school? It’s roughly 30 books. All the books you’ve read from primary school to university have served its purpose – to prepare you for employment. To prepare yourself for entrepreneurship, here is a list of recommended books that focus on what you need to succeed.