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Connecting With Different Personality Types

Connecting With Different Personality Types

  We have a problem. Many people are frustrated in their relationships because they feel unheard and undervalued. So as a result, what do they do? They simply exist, and as such, they never experience the life-giving power of true connection. Too many professional relationships¾let alone friendships and romantic relationships¾fail to experience the convergence of fluid, effective […]

The Hidden Power of Every Single Person Around You

The Hidden Power of Every Single Person Around You

Other people’s thoughts and behaviors influence you. The people with whom you surround yourself affect your potential. This isn’t just speculation. A person’s economic mobility is largely determined by the county they live in. Children from low income communities are less likely to have high earning potential than their affluent peers. It’s hard to break […]

Striving Towards Secure Attachment: How to Restructure Your Thoughts

Striving Towards Secure Attachment: How to Restructure Your Thoughts

What if you could discover some tools and methods that could improve your relationships? What if by gaining a little knowledge you could understand your relationship dynamics better and give them a boost up? By learning what secure attachment is and how to restructure your thoughts, you can become more self-aware of your relationship dynamics. […]

Brave Steps to Become Fearless

Brave Steps to Become Fearless

Growing up on a farm in rural Australia, I spent countless hours riding the wild brumbies (horses) that came from the rugged Snowy Mountains. Or should I say, learning how not to fall off. Along the way, I not only became the local barrel race queen, but I learned a powerful lesson for life: Growth […]

Traits To Teach Your Children

Traits To Teach Your Children

Parenting is one of the most difficult jobs any person can approach. Children come with unique personalities and characteristics. Finding the perfect balance of discipline while establishing a positive relationship with your child is an art. Parents must be aware of and adapt to a child’s age-related behavior as they grow and develop. A successful […]

Tips For Raising Confident Children

Tips For Raising Confident Children

Confidence is a quality we all desire to increase. Confidence is being sure of oneself and having certainty in our own abilities. As opposed to arrogance, which gives one a feeling of superiority and can lead to condescension, confidence does not bring others down, only builds oneself up. Confidence helps us work hard to get […]

Ways to Get Better at Dealing With Change

Ways to Get Better at Dealing With Change

We all know that nothing lasts forever. It’s a fact of life that has guided the evolution of our society since the dawn of time. Without change, there is no innovation, creativity, or incentive for improvement. Improvement means moving forward. It means making life better. It doesn’t just occur on the macro level, across time […]

Serena Williams’ Unapologetic Greatness

Serena Williams’ Unapologetic Greatness

Serena Williams’ accomplishments “I love making history,” Serena Williams told Harper’s Bazaar UK. Even though she lost to Angelique Kerber at Wimbledon 2018, her tennis ranking has soared back to 26th in the world, up from 183rd in June. But rankings aside, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone disagreeing that she’s one of tennis’s greatest […]

Parenting Advice: Things To Teach Your Kids

Parenting Advice: Things To Teach Your Kids

The world is full of parenting advice: potty training tips, how to be a happier mom, life hacks that will rock your world, 572 ways you are ruining your child’s life…and so much more. Many of these ideas are good, but in the age of information overload, sometimes it just becomes too much. Parents read […]

Yes, Impostor Syndrome Is Real. Here’s How to Deal With It

Yes, Impostor Syndrome Is Real. Here’s How to Deal With It

Have you ever felt like you don’t belong? Like your friends or colleagues are going to discover you’re a fraud, and you don’t actually deserve your job and accomplishments? If so, you’re in good company. These feelings are known as impostor syndrome, or what psychologists often call impostor phenomenon. An estimated 70% of people experience […]

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