Dealing with Failure

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Meeting with failure after putting long hours of work and full attention into the task at hand could be a big blow to one and his ego. Nobody begins something with the intention to fail but everyone face setbacks and failure for many reasons, be it at work or in their personal lives. We may be passed over for an interview or we may fail to clinch a deal. Or we may be recovering from a bad break up. Here, we take a look at some common responses to failure and steps to deal with it.

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Rest, Reflect & Relax

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After hours, days, months of planning, rushing around and executing, your event or project is finally over. It is finally time for you to breathe easy and go for that long-awaited massage.

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How to Mingle and Make Small Talk

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Meeting people for the first time at events or just a long ride up the lift with a stranger could be daunting and even awkward. But it doesn't have to be. Here, the acquired art of small talk would come handy.

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Email Etiquette

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Emailing is an important and common form of communication at work. In some cases, emails are even used as contractually-binding agreements. Done well, email could be a useful tool but communicated badly, it is highly susceptible to misinterpretation. To avoid unnecessary frustration, here are some email etiquette to take note of.

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EQ and You

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Sick of regretting an unprofessional outburst or rubbing your boss the wrong way? Then join certified life skills coach Chiang Wen-Wei for "EQ and You" on 9 October 2010, and learn simple yet powerful techniques to improve your Emotional Intelligence (EQ).

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