In the spirit of the new year and the obligatory resolutions, this Scribd Coach Bingo gamifies reading bite-sized self-help topics that focus on how to form new good habits to make us more productive, more creative, more balanced, and more confident. Who wouldn’t want that? Getting a bingo shouldn’t be too hard and shouldn’t require too much time since these audio courses are time bound.
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Balance may feel like an elusive concept for many of us, especially when we pile on obligations, goals, and responsibilities. But leadership coach and author Pierre Quinn reminds us that balance looks different for each of us, and even at different stages of our lives. These 10 principles help us get there. Plus, Quinn offers expert tips in more depth on the myth of a balanced life.
It’s hard to find someone who isn’t or hasn’t been terrified of public speaking. Two-time UK and Ireland national public speaking champion Kyle Murtagh offers tips on body language, voice, and confidence to help overcome this fear and succeed. Murtagh also distills his audio course into four public speaking tips, for further explanation.
Research psychologist Saarim Aslam’s complete understanding of anxiety and stress informs his simple approach to addressing anxiety. And it’s an approach that anyone can follow, since anxiety can affect our thoughts and behaviors. He also spoke with us about how to cope with anxiety.
Psychologist and author Nicole Perry believes that having boundaries is necessary for good mental health and successful relationships. This audio course helps us understand, from a uniquely feminist and collaborative perspective, how to make decisions that put our needs first without the guilt. She follows this up and shares with us four tips to build stronger relationships.
Like resolutions, most goals people make aren’t actually realized. Instead of attributing that to laziness or bad character, Moffat argues that a lack of focus is to blame. Here, she delivers a crash course on designing a routine that captures the inertia of motivation and how to keep it going. Moffat shares concise expert tips on designing a motivating routine.
If the Great Resignation taught us anything, it’s that the career landscape is constantly changing. Career coach Mark Crossfield offers ideas on how to get unstuck in a career, ways to explore career options and develop resilience at every point. Regardless of your age or career path, this audio course has something for everyone. Crossfield also shares expert tips to help visualize what career success looks like.
Creativity coach Esther Kurtz argues creativity isn’t only about being a talented painter or poet, but rather about being a good problem solver. She dispels myths about creativity and shares ways to maintain a creative mindset. She also delivers seven creativity tips to keep your creative juices flowing.
Getting into the flow state is an indicator of peak performance. Personal growth expert Jari Roomer explains how to get into the zone and experience peak performance. He argues that the more time you spend in this state, the more efficient and productive you can be and shares how to create a distraction-free zone.
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About the Author: Sarah Sung
Sarah is the Editorial Director at Scribd who obsesses over content strategy and brand building, and has written lifestyle content for AFAR, San Francisco Chronicle, and Under Armour. In her spare time she teaches indoor cycling and consumes podcasts, audiobooks, and ebooks at all times of the day and night. Traveling and dining out are always high on her to-do list