Tips to Develop Your Self-Confidence

Confidence can be like the tide: it ebbs and flows. Some days you will wake up and feel on top of the world and capable of flying to the moon, and others less so. Whether your confidence can be dashed by a careless comment from a partner, a look from a stranger, or murmurings from your over critical inner voice, confidence is a tricky skill to master. Here are 4 tips to help you be the woman you want to be – confident, assertive and self-assured. 1. Assess Your Friends In this digital age … [Read more...]

MindBodyGreen, 5 Ways We have in common with Dalai Lama

I've always been drawn to the Dalai Lama. I love his endearing persona and his wide, beaming smile. I have the utmost respect for His Holiness as a spiritual teacher — I used to revere him as an enlightened deity that resided in a realm well beyond my reach, as if he were God-like. But when I stumbled across his autobiography The Path to Freedom, I've had some revelations about His Holiness, that surprised, amused and even inspired me. The Dalai Lama is not the perfect superhuman entity I … [Read more...]

Women 2010 West and Central Africa Farmers, celebrating smallholder farming as a business

    One of the highlights of the 2010 West and Central Africa regional implementation workshops was the field trip. While we were sorry that we could not visit an IFAD-funded project and programme, we were excited to visit the modern village farm of Djilakh - government financed activity in cooperation of the Spanish government, covering the entire agricultural, production and marketing value chain.   We had an early wake up call, with departure scheduled for 8:00am. Two buses made their way … [Read more...]

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