How do you know if you have confidence or courage? These two words are usually used in place of each other. The truth is that confidence is different from courage. They have slight differences that make them indispensable tools when we find ourselves facing Continue reading “Do I Have Courage Or Confidence?”
Don’t Fret! I know (first hand) that parenting can be a daunting daily challenge. I can sometimes get caught up in the rules and laws of maintaining structure in their lives. Instead of parenting, I begin policing my kids through Continue reading “The 3 Stages Of Parenting”
Are you influenced by what happens around you or are you the infulenc-er of your environment? Take a look at the qualities of each and decide whether you are accepting what happens to you or changing what happens around you. You have a choice to make every time you enter an environment: To either be influenced by the behaviors and attitudes you encounter or influence the environment and attitudes around you.
So you spilled some coffee on your supervisor, took too long on a personal call, or promised a little too much to an angry customer. Did you wreck your Dad’s car? That sounds serious. First of all, take a deep breath. Hey, we all make mistakes. Even the best leaders Continue reading “How To Deal With Huge Mistakes?”
We all have different personalities. Sometimes we fall into a rut trying to deal with annoying people. Some have even declared all-out war against us, meeting our gestures of kindness with unnecessary antagonism.
You can completely change a person. I heard through the grapevine that this is impossible. Not true. Do you want to know how you can change a person, without them doing a thing? By far, the best ways to Continue reading “How To Start Seeing The Best In The Worst Person”
OMG! I had to share this as soon as I saw it.
Canada’s police officers are on to something. There is a program started, which arms police officers with a subtle yet powerful tool. They are armed with positive reinforcement. The police force is authorized to reward “the right behavior.” Which may seem like a waste of time on the surface.
Those who know the long-term social and psychological benefits of such a small (and relatively inexpensive) Continue reading “Before There’s Another Police Shooting…”