“What are your strengths?” is one of the most common job interview questions and can be difficult to answer. What is a strength? A strength can be defined as a combination of talent, behavior, skills, and knowledge that you apply consistently to produce a successful result. There are 3 different types of skills we use…Continue Reading What Are Your Strengths?
Scientists have found that the act of smiling may actually make you happier. That’s right: just smiling. Give yourself a reason to SMILE 🙂 People who stick with their gut instincts can be happier than people who labor over their decisions. This is why: if you stick with your gut, you’re less likely to question…Continue Reading Choose Happiness: Why? How?
Each of us has a set of messages that play over and over in our minds. This internal dialogue, or personal commentary, frames our reactions to life and its circumstances. One of the ways to recognize, promote, and sustain optimism, hope, and joy is to intentionally fill our thoughts with positive self-talk. Too often, the…Continue Reading Self-Talk – How Talking to Yourself is a Good Thing
Don’t miss this video on “Who We Surround Ourselves With Matters” (or view it on YouTube) See related articles: Who Surrounds You?, Surround Yourself With Good People, People Either Inspire You or Drain YouContinue Reading Surround Yourself With Winners
Watch Video: People With Either Inspire You Or Drain You – Choose Carefully (Surround yourself with winners! With those who will lift you higher) (or view on YouTube) For additional information visit the following: Who Surrounds You?, Surround Yourself With Good People, Surround Yourself With WinnersContinue Reading People Either Inspire You or Drain You
Why do words matter? Example: If I tell you this hamburger is 80 percent lean as opposed to 20 percent fat, then in some sense I am communicating the same thing. But what people get from those two communications is very different: People perceive the 80 percent lean hamburger as much healthier than the 20…Continue Reading The Power Of Words