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Inspiring others to achieve great things through honest, practical and real-world solutions. Benjamin’s wealth of experience and in-depth knowledge of the subject of human performance is second to none, and his developments in behavioural change have re-shaped the self-help industry.
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- 5 Things We Should Be Doing Each Day To Improve Our LifeApril 29, 2016
Given that we spend more time at work than we do at home or relaxing with friends and family members, it is easy to see why many people can become bogged down at work. There is a need to spend time in the company of people you admire, like, appreciate and get on with. This isn’t an insult aimed at your colleagues but the reality of the matter is, the only connection you have with colleagues comes with the fact that you work together. This is an accepted part of life but when it comes to feeling part of something in life, you need to spend time connecting with people you enjoy.
- Why Has Self-Image Become So Important And Why It Shouldn’t Be?April 22, 2016
Although there are different exact definitions available for self-image, self-image is basically how you perceive yourself. How you look is none aspect of self-image but it is far more than that. Self-image is also related to what your hopes and dreams are, what you think and feel, what you have achieved and what you actually wanted to achieve.
- Why It's Time We Stopped Living To Service DebtApril 15, 2016
In March of 2016, the Money Advice Service released figures which indicate that 8.8 million people have a level of debt that is classed as “over-indebted”. This can be explained as people who in the last six months have been at least three months late with bills and people who have said that their debts are a large burden to them. It can be easy to dismiss the rising debt figures as relating to a certain group of people but this isn’t the case. This group actually represents 18% of the adult population in the United Kingdom and it covers people from all areas, of all ages, from all backgrounds and with all different skills. With close to 20% of the adult population in the UK saying that they have concerns about their level of debt, there is no use in denying that many people are currently living to service their debt.