Recent Posts From All Categories
The Tomaville Events Centre has launched new price rates for its loyal customers. The new prices offer clients incredibly affordable rates to use their world class facilities like Halls for their events. There is another offer of ten per cent discount on every booking made.
With the barrage of obstacle course races popping up across the country and around the world encompassing short sprints and hurculean distances alike, it’s no wonder people are looking to improve their endurance and stamina. The thing is, “people tend to focus on cardio activities like running or cycling,” says Will Torres, a New York-based personal trainer and founder of the personal training studio, Willspace. “But that’s only a small part of the equation—you also need to improve your strength.”
Three reasons you should accept a little share of the blame when guilty.
Most people don’t like to take their share of blame when things go wrong. When there is a fault somewhere, it means someone didn’t do something right. And therefore should be held responsible.
The problem isn’t the failed project; this often must happen. But, a real leader accepts his share of blames when things go wrong.
When people repeat the same mistakes, it can be traced to their defensive nature of not wanting to be held responsible even when they are wrong. Taking the blames when you’re guilty for a failed process reveals the leadership qualities in you.
As a leader if you refuse to take responsibility for failure, you are likely to make the same mistake.
Popular Posts All Time
Poor waste disposal is increasingly becoming a major public health concern, especially in our cities. The menace of refuse on our streets is symbolic of a larger collapse and communal...
Bamidele from Ojodu, Lagos wrote: I’ve been involved in masturbation for over ten years now and each time I’m involved in this act I feel relieved. But often times, I’ve heard teachings that this...
When we say we want focus, what we most often mean is “I want to keep my efforts pointed in the right direction and I want to be pointed in that direction often.” Focus comes from two sources: 1....