I was recently reminded of how faulty our perceptions can be, particularly in our relationships and especially in our digital communication. Perception is affected by so many variables, starting with […]
Kindness emerges as my top value whenever I participate in any type of clarification work regarding my values. I used to think it was honesty because I think it’s important […]
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Whatever happens in the outside world has no meaning other than the meaning you give it. This is not a new concept, but it is a difficult one to put […]
You might remember a time when those bracelets with the “WWJD?” inscription were popular. It was designed as a reminder for the wearer to act in a way he or […]
This month’s InsideOut Empowerment Challenge is about looking beyond behavior to its purpose. All behavior is purposeful. Every behavior is a person’s best attempt to get something they want at that particular time to more effectively meet one of their five basic needs.
“When you are content to be simply be yourself and don’t compare or compete, everybody will respect you.”—Lao-Tzu
In our fast-paced, throwaway society, it’s easy to just throw something away because you’ve had it a while or you’re just simply tired of it. When you spring clean your life, the question to ask yourself is whether or not each of these areas is serving you or if it’s time for something new! Here are 12 areas to consider.
This is one time when I don’t have an opinion of what’s right or wrong. I really don’t know the answer to this challenge. Is there anyone out there who operates everything based on consensus? How long does it take? Is the time worth it? Are there keys to moving more quickly toward consensus? What are the benefits of using majority rules instead?
It is my firm belief that if you are seeking a life partner, you need to be clear about what it is you are looking for—what is important to you. […]