“Just as there was little movement in the percentage of engaged employees from 2014 to 2015, there was little change in the percentages of not engaged and actively disengaged employees. In December (of 2016), 50.3% of employees were not engaged, while 16.8% were actively disengaged.” – Gallup Throughout the last 10-plus years, little has changed concerning American attitudes in the workplace. We’ll refrain from delving into the myriad statistics gathered over the years, and instead,…"10 Signs You Need A New Career"
One of the amazing things about all children is the power of imagination, but there are other children and adults with the ability to perceive things beyond what the normal adult can perceive. Whether an indigo child can actually have special skills, learn as they grow to ignore the unusual things that they perceive, or the things that we as adults have learned do not exist, is unknown. 5 SIGNS YOU HAVE AN INDIGO CHILD…"5 Signs You Have An Indigo Child"
Just become you like to take selfies doesn’t make you an egomaniac – a true egomaniac has a psychological disorder that makes him believe he is the greatest, most important person in the world. – vocabulary.com The remaining part of the definition is too good to pass up, so we won’t. You can also use the word to describe someone you know who’s a self-centered jerk, though. Egomaniac, coined in the early 19th century, combines…"10 Behaviors of an Egomaniac (And How to Avoid Having Them)"
“The understanding of your (personality) type can make your perceptions clearer, your judgments sounder, and your life closer to your heart’s desire.” – Isabel Briggs Myers Isabel Myers and her mother, Katharine Cook Briggs, are developers of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Cook-Briggs devoted her entire life to “(enabling) individuals to grow through an understanding and appreciation of individual differences in healthy personalities and enhance harmony and productivity in diverse groups.” Upon the passing of…"Which One of the 16 Personality Types Are You?"
“To love a human being is perhaps the most difficult of all our tasks.” – Rainer Maria Rilke Note: There are relationship problems, and then there are relationship ending problems. For example, a partner who occasionally forgets something important belongs in the former group. A partner who possesses a destructive habit, or is verbally/physically abusive – the latter group. For obvious reasons, the latter group is excluded in this article. As an interdependent species, we…"10 Reasons to Stay With Your Partner (Even If You Want to Leave)"
“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” – Buddha Per the National Institute of Mental Health, anxiety disorders affect approximately 40 million adults in the U.S. alone – a number representing only the diagnosed. The actual number is likely around 65 to 66 million, or about 30 percent of the population. Numbers only tell part of the story. People who struggle with anxiety…"5 Calming Techniques That Reduce Anxiety In Less Than One Minute"
“The highest prize in a world of men is the most beautiful woman available on your arm and living there in her heart loyal to you.” – Norman Mailer Women are beautiful creatures. If not only in the sense that – by capturing their heart – they can change a man’s life forever (if we don’t screw things up, that is). Think of the women you love in your life. It doesn’t matter if it’s…"7 Behaviors of A Woman That You Never Want to Let Go"
All romantic relationships take work to make it work; ask Angelina and Brad… oh wait! While we should not laugh at another’s failed relationship, let us talk about how to improve our own. Both parties need to keep watering the plant of love on a daily basis; otherwise, that plant will wither and die. Your question is: “How does one maintain and improve the relationship every day?” I thought you would never ask. THESE ARE…"11 Relationship Tricks That Make You Fall In Love Again"
Are you someone who gnaws on your fingernails throughout the day? If so, you certainly have a lot of company. It’s estimated that about one-third of adults continues to bite their fingernails. Ever contemplated the psychology behind biting your nails? Most people view the act as a sign of nervousness and anxiety. On the surface, this viewpoint makes sense…but it may not tell the whole story. According to a study published in the Journal of…"Researchers Explain What Biting Your Nails Says About Your Personality"
I must share my story, because at this time I’m so proud of my horses. In my barn I took care of thoroughbreds and I must admit that I love this horses and they will always be my breed of choice. I have 12 OTTBs and few days ago we went to a jumper show with few of them. we had a really great time together. While we were on a our way back one…"A Beautiful Day With A Thoroughbred Horses"