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USUALLY, when organisations run stress management programmes, they see it as a 'service' to help their staff safeguard their personal wellbeing. This may explain why many organisations take only a passing interest in stress management programmes. It's not seen as an issue that directly affects the bottom line.
Trading Beyond the Matrix: The Red Pill for Traders and Investors Author: Van K. Tharp Pulisher: Wiley & Son Trading coach Van K. Tharp and president of the Van Tharp Institute offers a collection of trading strategies and techniques in today's high-risk world to become a better trader. He writes about the three different steps of self-transformation that are needed. These include ideas gained from his modelling work with great traders, the second is self-transformation and the third is adopting some of these unconventional approach to evaluating trading systems and beliefs. A journey of self-discovery and personal psychology.
TOKYO: Japan's central bank governor, Haruhiko Kuroda, gave the yen its biggest boost in over seven months and sent Tokyo stocks tumbling with hawkish comments this week, but his aim was more to jolt market psychology than to signal a change in policy.
IT's a well-dressed deal, this planned takeover by government-linked UEM Land Holdings Bhd of builder Sunrise Bhd. Accompanied by a cavalcade of rosy numbers and promises that the merged entity will become one of the 'leading real estate company by market value, land bank and total assets', not just in Malaysia but the region, the psychology behind the deal is hard to fault.
MEETINGS can sometimes be a waste of time. To use a quote, meetings can be occasions where 'minutes are kept and hours squandered.'