Question:  How many introverts does it take to hold a meeting? Answer:  Two... as long as they both have laptops and Internet connections! How many prefer one-on-one as opposed to group meetings?  If you answer ME, you’re not alone. Did you know that introverts represent from 25-49% of the population?  Studies show that introversion increases... Continue Reading →

Change is Good

I recently heard someone make the statement; “stability stifles change which in turn stifles innovation”.  Being a self-proclaimed “agent of change”, I have a knack for identifying problems, seeing possible solutions and then helping people make the change.  So, this statement really got me thinking! I became conditioned for change growing up as a “military... Continue Reading →

How To Build Your Network By Volunteering

Why volunteer? With busy lives, it can be hard to find time to volunteer. However, the benefits of volunteering can be enormous. Volunteering offers vital help to people in need, worthwhile causes, and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for you, the volunteer. The right match can help you to find friends,... Continue Reading →

I’m Bored!

Entertainment is all around us but, is too much stimulation boring? Did you know that our attention spans are now thought to be less than that of a goldfish (8 seconds).  We’re hard wired to seek everything that is “new”.  It gives us that little hit of dopamine and it feels oh so good!  Then... Continue Reading →

Who Do You Know That Does This?

Volatile emotions Outbursts Temper tantrums Mood swings Over-reaction Hypersensitivity Inability to take criticism Jealousy Inability to forgive Dependence Inappropriate dependence on others Being easily influenced Indecisiveness Making over-hasty judgments Fear of changeNeed for excitement Need for immediate attention Needing instant gratification Impulsiveness Superficial values Thoughtlessness Lack of or poor social skills Inability to control finances... Continue Reading →

You’ve Been Hacked!

Not your computer, your email or your social media account – YOU! We are now living in a fast-changing world and in order to survive it will require several things.  First, you’re going to need to be able to adapt with a mental flexibility and a ton of emotional balance.  They call this resiliency and... Continue Reading →

9 Tips For Finding Your Life Purpose

1. Your life purpose is bigger than any solvable problem or circumstance. Your life purpose cannot be solving a particular problem or based on some circumstance that could potentially no longer exist. Otherwise, your purpose could end while you are alive and then your life will no longer have a purpose or meaning. For example,... Continue Reading →

Who is Your Biggest Enemy?

His name is Poverty.  Not only is this the biggest fear a human can have it is the most difficult to overcome if you are afflicted with this fear. Let’s start with the definition of fear.  This is one that is simple and I like it:   False Evidence Appearing Real Fear, like all other emotions, is basically information.... Continue Reading →

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