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Everyone Needs a Helping Hand: Talk to A Motivational Keynote Speaker

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Everyone needs a helping hand because we are all faced by challenges that can be sorted out by other people. It doesn’t matter whether you are the strongest, smartest or the most talented; you must seek help from someone like a motivational keynote speaker that can help you to give a helping hand to someone in need.

Never be ashamed when looking for someone to help you, we all got problems.

Never be ashamed when looking for
someone to help you, we all got problems.

Life pose great challenges to everyone, therefore, you should never be ashamed for requesting for some help. There are many situations that can make you feel frustrated like when you’re short of money, or want some ideas that are vital to your project, but with someone help you get to accomplish them fully and with ease.

When someone offers to help when you truly need it, you should never say no. Take it when offered and always remember to repay the people who offered to help you. It’s advisable to thank in case someone has helped you get on your feet no matter how small or big it may look.

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Tips On How To Help A Depressed Friend!

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

To help a depressed friend you need to be supportive and be there to listen!

To help a depressed friend you need
to be supportive and be there to listen!

Some individuals prefer opening up to their friends instead of their family or a professional. If you are friends with such a person, while the responsibility might overwhelm you, nevertheless there are things you can do to help your pal out:

Initiate the conversation. If you sense that your friend is depressed, it’s best that you strike the conversation first. Inquire about whether he or she is feeling alright and if they refuse to admit to it, simply state that you know something is wrong and that you are here to help and listen if they are willing.

You don’t need to have all the answers. Your friend will be aware of the fact that you might not have all the answers but regardless, at times just talking about what’s bothering helps a lot. Depressed individuals mostly just need someone to console them and support them through the rough patch. So be there to listen to his or her troubles and just say some kind words to lighten up their spirits.

Your friend might say or do things that might hurt you.  At times a depressed individual tends to vent out their emotions such as anger and frustration on a close one. So be ready to take a dose of the release and do not take it personally. Just listen to them and eventually they will calm down.

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Good Intentions Are Nothing without Action

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

  It isn’t enough to just think about doing something. You have to follow through


It isn’t enough to just think about
doing something. You have to follow through

Maybe you really intended to do the right thing, but life isn’t about what you’re meant to do, it’s about what you do. No matter what you’re intentions, if you don’t act on them, then you haven’t really done anything.

Other people don’t know what’s in your head. And even if you tell them you hope to do something nice, it won’t really mean much if you don’t follow through. In fact, if you get in the pattern of saying you’ll do something, and then not doing it, you will lose trust and will come to be known as unreliable.
People generally don’t remember your words that much, or even your actions. They will remember how you made them feel. And if they always felt let down or disappointed, that is what they will take away from your relationship.

Be who you want to be, and follow through with your good intentions. Then you will be remembered as the person who was always there for a friend, or the hard worker people could always count on at work. It is far preferable to be a person of favorable action than a person who thought about doing responsible things.

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Nurture Your Friendships to Increase Productivity in the Workplace

Friends at Work

Have great friends at work who will push you to pursuing increased productivity in the workplace.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Some may think that having a friend in a workplace is unnecessary as it may result in conflicts, especially concerning productivity in the workplace. This is undoubtedly not true. Working is much easier if you have a great environment, and that starts when you have great friends in your chosen career.

You stay in your office for at least eight hours a day. Wouldn’t it horrible if you have no one to speak with? On the other hand, if there is someone interested, most topics are just work related, which are definitely boring or stressful. It would be great if you could have a friend you could talk with, especially during break times as it gives you a breath of fresh air, which may result in better productivity in the workplace.

Though it may not be positive at most times, problems usually occur if you have chosen the wrong person to befriend. Find a co-worker who has a great personality and he will become a huge help on improving your performance in your chosen career. It may be hard at first, but when you finally get along with the person you have chosen, various benefits may be seen right away.

Gain friends that will push you to increased productivity in the workplace and you will be more effective in the position you are in. Motivational speaker Andy Core can provide insights into making friends at work.

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