Fact: the body manifests what the mind focuses upon. There is a direct correlation between mind and body: how we think affects the way we feel! How many times is our attitude influenced by the news? Or our physical diagnoses based on… Read More
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The Power of Meek
Often the word “meek” has a negative connotation as “too submissive.” Other definitions seem slightly more positive: ” slow to anger or resentment.” Let’s commit to another definition. A definition that can quickly remind us what is needed if our goal is to be effective with others: … Read More
Embrace Your Weirdness!
How often do we make decisions based on what others might think? The behavior is often unconscious and typical of human beings to seek acceptance and the approval of others. That said, the most intriguing people are often outside of… Read More
The Worry Spiral
Think too much? Do you often consider every possible avenue, approach, response, or path? We wonder, and wonder, and wonder… and wonder some more. The cycle may drive us crazy when in reality, these thoughts are not rational. … Read More
Authentic thought leaders know: Effective thinking is born with the realization that we know much less than we think we do.
Change Agent: Emotions
Emotions govern our lives. How we feel contributes to every decision, act, interaction, and outcome. Experiences are more complex than merely positive or negative. The game changer: we all possess emotive choice and research indicates those choices greatly affect physical… Read More
Social Media Etiquette
Our virtual world is a reflection of our personal brand. Accordingly, etiquette is a wise, worthwhile effort. We live in a transparent world knowing exactly where people visit, what they eat, and with whom they are sharing the experience. Many… Read More
Ever feel out of touch with yourself? Every now and then it is common for us to lose touch with our inner selves. It is easy to get caught up in our day to day routines and forget the most… Read More
Struggle to make your point? Missing signals from others? The ability to communicate is a skill we often take for granted. Most of us consider ourselves to be pretty good communicators, especially when we are communicating with people we know.
Ever notice how being around happy people improves one’s mood? Other times reflecting on a situation only to realize negative people sucked the life out of you? It is a known fact we are the product of those with whom… Read More