When does the “poor me” attitude become the victim mentality? How do we deal with the damaging impacts of the victim mentality in people who are close to us?
Handshake habits say a lot about us. (Or do they?)
When you take on too much, when you lose sight of priorities, a little time “sleeping on the job” – or at least, sleeping – may prove to be a helpful exercise.
Change at any stage in life may mean hanging on through choppy weather. As we grow older? You might be surprised…
Risk-taking. Must it disappear as we get older? Can we still make a leap of faith — believing in ourselves — and taking on change?
The man you bump into in line, or ON line. The woman who strikes up a conversation over a credit card transaction. The possibilities — personal and professional — of the “happy accident” also known as serendipity.
Mountains, beach, city. Where are we most ourselves?
Overwhelm. How NOT to feel submerged.
Vet your sources!
The timeline is a useful tool for placing events into perspective. What about a personal timeline to capture our own life history to date? What might that reveal?