Charbel M. Tadros

Author, Website Designer at Brandpluss, Personality Development Coach, CEO at Future Academy, President of the Sydney Autism Community Lions Club

Education

Your personality does not define you!

How many times have you gotten the answer “that’s just the way I am” when people are faced with a problem? Countless times, I bet! Better yet, it’s when you get the answer “I’m a Taurus!” And you probably brushed it off without giving it a second thought. But now think about it; is it […]

Finding your Mentor

Whether in spirituality or business, having a mentor can make a huge difference to the journey and the destination. But how does one find or choose a mentor? First of all, true mentors are rare. You can check my article on them here to find out how you could identify them. However, the easiest way […]

Are You Jealous?

A few years ago, I was working in a school with a very abusive boss. He wasn’t always so; on the contrary, we had started out as good colleagues, and I believed in his vision. However, as things progressed, I felt more and more alienated and less and less appreciated. Back then, I didn’t understand […]

How to Raise a Leader

Start with your child’s future in mind Every parent has dreams and aspirations for his children. Some want them to be doctors; others want engineers, etc… Undoubtedly, it is better not to have aspirations like these for children because they may be limiting and sometimes even conflicting with a child’s own dreams and aspirations. Furthermore, […]

What the world will be like after COVID-19

The world has always been changing, but never has it changed as fast as it is now. Many people still hope that things will go back to the way they were before the coronavirus, but it is becoming increasingly obvious that they will not. The world has, in fact, changed permanently in many ways. One […]

Pity is Mostly Useless

My personal experience in counseling, teaching and volunteering to humanitarian causes has introduced me to a wide variety of people of all walks of life. One thing that almost all of them had in common was problems: some had family issues, others financial issues, others romantic issues, and so on. Also, some of them had […]

Offended?… Deal with it!

“It’s offensive!” is perhaps the word that summarises recent times most accurately. If you call someone by his nationality, you offend him; if you describe a person by her hair color, you offend her; if you refer to some people by their gender – guess what – you offend them. What’s even more ludicrous is […]

Resilient Kids

These anti-bullying campaigns are getting way out of hand. Once the serious school work starts, many children stop loving going to school; however, this is more due to lack of parent support than of anything else. No matter what the school says about them working with the students and trying to finish everything in school, […]