Posts Tagged ‘perspectives’

  • Nature’s Intellect

    According to a Swedish proverb:  “Worry often gives a small thing a big shadow.” How much relief would we feel if we could package our worry or anxiety in a tidy, compact area of our being and leave it there?… Read More

  • Impostor Syndrome

    Have you ever felt undeserving of your talents, accomplishments, or rewards?   A feeling sometimes described as being a fraud or pretending to be something that you are not is more common that one might believe.  Interestingly, this deceptive feeling… Read More

  • Intuitive Muscles

    How strong are your intuitive muscles? Intuition, our ability to understand something immediately without the need for conscious reasoning, naturally navigates us through our daily lives.   According toPsychology Today, our intuition exists primarily to protect us, to keep us safe and alive.  In this… Read More

  • Romantic Semantics

    The month of amore! As hearts abound in quests to love and be loved, analysis of how to truly experience the greatest feeling on earth is intriguing. A plethora of studies identify uniqueness in how we experience love, primarily based… Read More

  • Food Feud

    Food allergy anyone? The daunting facts: Researchers estimate that up to 15 million Americans have food allergies. According to a 2013 study by the CDC, food allergies among children increased approximately 50% between 1997 and 2011. Eight (8) foods account for… Read More

  • Home: The New Frontier

    The term  home is finding a new definition among our nation, with Psychology Today reporting that traditional nuclear-family households have declined to less than 20%.  Co-habitating with roommates well beyond college, blended families, independent living communities, and committed married couples opting for separate… Read More

  • Generationally Speaking I

    If your goal is to understand consumers today and appreciate drivers of behavior or decisions, it is imperative to understand generational tendencies.   Some universal human traits are constant: Language is a primary form of communication We identify by name and… Read More