Apps for Learning Better Communication Skills

Apps for Learning Better Communication Skills

Communication skills are essential for being successful in your personal and professional life; and luckily for us, there are several apps and browser extensions now available to help us learn better communication skills.

Apps for Public Speaking

It is believed that up to 75 percent of the population has some varying degree of fear speaking in public. However, there are now several apps on the market to help us improve our public speaking skills and build confidence, including:

Why Not Walk?

Why Not Walk?

Census statistics are an indicator of trends over years, even decades. Why do we care about statistics about walking? It makes us stop and look at our own activity compared to the overall population. Where do we fit? What are we doing for our own health?

More than 145 million adults now include walking as part of their physically active lifestyle. That’s more than 6 out of 10 people. 

Learning How to Listen

Learning How to Listen

As a business owner, you’re probably used to taking charge and being a leader day after day. But sometimes, part of being a great leader is knowing when to stop and listen.

Your customers come to you because you are an expert in your field, and they have a problem that they believe you can solve. When you take the time to stop and really listen, you can build stronger relationships with your clients, build their trust in you and your company, and learn more about what they are struggling with so that you can position your company to become the best solution on the market.

Summer Heat

Summer Heat

We all know with summer comes the heat! It's so important to be aware of the dangers of heat and how to keep safe.

Elderly people (that is, people aged 65 years and older) are more prone to heat stress than younger people for several reasons:

  • Elderly people do not adjust as well as young people to sudden changes in temperature.
  • They are more likely to have a chronic medical condition that changes normal body responses to heat.
  • They are more likely to take prescription medicines that impair the body's ability to regulate its temperature or that inhibit perspiration.

Working from Home: Setting Boundaries - Physical and Psychological

Working from Home: Setting Boundaries - Physical and Psychological

On the surface, working from home sounds like a walk in the park. But, in reality, more than two-thirds of employees are experiencing burnout, according to a survey from Monster. This is likely due to a lack of time off, feelings of job insecurity and financial anxiety, childcare issues, and blurred lines between personal and professional time.

If you’re working from home and feel like your professional life is invading your personal life, and you lack a work-life balance, it’s time to set both physical and psychological boundaries.

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