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Perfection is Overrated

Tweet“If you look for perfection, you’ll never be content.” ― Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina Hello, my name is Cass and I’m a perfectionist.  Or rather, a recovering perfectionist. Are you, like me, one those people who, when asked in a job interview … Continue reading

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Let Toys Be Toys

TweetNot too long ago, someone told me that one of her 4 year old daughter’s favourite pastimes was to go shopping…”just like her mum!”.  I did wonder at the time why a 4 year old would love shopping – shouldn’t … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Emotionally Intelligent

TweetToo often, I feel that emotional intelligence gets overlooked.  It’s sometimes treated like the poor cousin of academic intelligence. But for me, it’s really the star. According to the good people at psychology.about.com: Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to … Continue reading

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An Introvert in Extrovert’s Clothing

TweetI’m always amazed when people meet me and assume I’m an extrovert of sorts. I’m not, I’m most certainly an introvert. To be sure, I took a quiz on The Guardian (if you can’t trust a quiz, what can you … Continue reading

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Survival Skills

TweetRight now, we’re in a unique place in time. The world is changing around us at immense speed, faster than it ever has done before. ‘Survival of the fittest’ still rings trues, but the skills we need to survive have … Continue reading

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