In a recent article on Post-Traumatic Growth I discussed the affect of trauma on personal growth. Outcomes of trauma include such things as deeper relationships, spiritual development, more personal strength, new opportunities, and a greater appreciation for life in general. So how does that happen? Stages of Post-Traumatic Growth Part 1: “Shattered” When tragedy […]
Does motivation have a “look”? Do you find it in an intense gaze or an eager grin? Perhaps it looks like a stack of neatly color-coded “project files”. Or a whiteboard with the chaotic scrawl of a genius in action. Imagine this: You walk into the living room and your shaggy-haired friend Steve is lounging […]
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There’s ten things that I’ve learned from the holidays this year: Valentines Day – Put the one you love on your mind’s main stage and think about what would make them happy. Labor Day – Teamwork gets things done. Memorial Day – Remember that other people have made sacrifices for you – parents, friends, teachers, […]
Once a year we make these New Years resolutions. Why January 1? Who knows? New Years day just seems to add a little oomph to our motivation. Perhaps it’s the freshness of a new year. Or maybe it’s just the compulsiveness of not wanting to ruin a perfect streak—after all you’ve been “doing this perfectly […]
On Halloween, 1938 the voice of Orson Welles voice came across the airwaves marauding as a newscaster. Beginning with the words, “We interrupt this broadcast…” he told the story of a Martian invasion in progress. Widespread panic was followed by widespread anger when the hoax was discovered. Many attempted to sue for “mental anguish” and […]