Entries by dave

Malala Yousafzai

At the tender age of 18, Malala is a dynamic leader – she has already inspired millions of people all over the world. Malala continued to campaign for free education for children worldwide, regardless of the danger she was in by the opposing Taliban. She has become an international symbol of activism’s triumph over animosity. […]

How to be an Excellent Public Speaker – Infographic

Whether we like it or not we can’t avoid public speaking. Studies show that after death and spiders, speaking in public is what people fear the most. Luckily, with some practice and confidence, you can give a winning presentation people will remember for all the right reasons. Let’s take a look at this infographic we […]

How To Master Your Memory

While a lot of emphasis may be placed on physical exercise in the modern world, improving and challenging your memory is just as important. This infographic provides an overview of some helpful memory techniques as well as offers a list of daily memory exercises.

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5 Reasons Why What You Know About Your Introversion Can Limit You.

I found this interesting article about misconceptions Introverts can have about themselves and the negative effect these misconceptions can have. The article is below and here is the link   Today I think about how being mindful of  my preference for introversion may affect my actions. Like a self-fulfilling prophesy, this knowledge occupies my thoughts and […]

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Valuing Introverts In A World Built For The More Outgoing – Irish Examiner 28/4/15 – Featuring David Keane

Elizabeth O’Neill interviewed David Keane this month about how Introverts get by in a world made largely made for Extroverts. It was published in the Irish Examiner on the 28th April. Here is a link to the article as it appeared in the paper, however, some of the last page was cut off so below […]