This is so true what Lesley said, “constantly seeing oneself as a victim and complaining about one’s situation is a recipe for disaster. Victims feel powerless and feel helpless to do anything about their situations.”
This famous quote by Mahatma Maghandi is one of my favorites. In essence Ghandi is telling us to step up and take responsibility. I think this quote speaks to the leader in all of us. And yet…so many people feel powerless to make changes in their places of work.
Over and over again I hear competent, intelligent, experienced people complain about bad bosses, co-workers who won’t pull their weight, restrictive policies and procedures, lack of information, bullying, lack of trust, and feelings of powerlessness.
Surely it doesn’t have to be this way?
What is really tragic is that many of these people LOVE the work that they do but hate the places that they work in. I have friends who have quit their jobs or taken early retirement because they could see no other way out.
One fellow worked as a professional engineer for the federal government. Toward the end of his…
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I found this interesting PowerPoint presentation on LinkedIn. It is thought provoking and insightful so I’m sharing it with you. I encourage everyone to take a look at this presentation if you haven’t seen it before. It gives an insight as to how the workplace will operate in the future when robots are in total control. Hmmm…
PowerPoint Credit: Arturapelayo.com
Real Love communicates in a healthy way to lift your spirit higher and will do what medicine cannot do.
Real Love is a beautiful thing.
It can happen to anyone of us… I was the kind of person who went into a fast-food place and ordered two hamburgers; one for myself, and one for the woman sitting on the sidewalk outside. I was the one who made sandwiches for the guy who went through the dumpster outside my apartment. I was the girl who, when I was about to go on some crazy new diet, would clean out my entire kitchen of food, and take it to the homeless guys next to 7-11 down the street…
We’ve all been exposed the seemingly growing population of homeless people, wherever we go. From small towns to big cities, they seem to be everywhere now. As we rush off to our jobs or appointments, we see them sleeping on bus benches, wandering around aimlessly on the streets, and panhandling in front of what seems to be every establishment we enter. We’re amazed (and sometimes amused) by how dirty and disheveled a human being can allow themselves to get. We might even be humored by watching someone carry on a lively conversation with themselves, although we are not completely oblivious to the fact that they suffer from a serious mental illness. It’s also not difficult to reason that some of them have an obvious substance abuse problem. They come in all different ages and colors; some are teenagers with purple hair and tattoos, some are old men with decades of…
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Are You A Confident Woman?
I have never met a woman who is uncertain of herself. As a matter of fact, every woman will be quick to answer “yes, I am confident.” But why not? They have every right to say so, if they believe so.
However, I thought about some character traits that would make up a confident woman, and came up with 15.
Here they are:
15 character traits of a confident woman
- She emits positive energy and attracts people to her.
- She walks and speaks with authority.
- She believes in her abilities and does not allow others to determine her destiny.
- She knows when to walk away and when to stand up.
- She is fill with life and laughter.
- She speaks about love everywhere she goes.
- She cannot help but to be genuine and kindhearted to others.
- She is admired and respected.
- People look up to her as a source of inspiration.
- She is always satisfied with what she has and she uses what she has best as she can.
- She sees life as an adventure rather than a burden.
- She loves people and she understands their pain and is always willing to help.
- She smiles through her sorrows because she knows that a sunrise brings a new day.
- She is responsible and she does not play the blame game.
- She eliminates the word can’t from her vocabulary because she is always willing to try.
Are you a confident woman?
Just like that you left
and I keep searching
looking for you
searching for that land
imagining that world
staring in the distance
where you’ve gone
and then I wonder to myself
if it’s faraway.
Is it far across the sea?
or is it up above the galaxy?
to know your secret place
to see your missing face
would be so heavenly to me
but you have gone
faraway from me…
(In remembrance of my brother, may his soul RIP)
Here are 5 simple tips that we need to bear in mind as we travel throughout 2017. If you are serious to make this year a year for you, then you will find these simple actions important. So here they are…
1. Stop trying to please others: you cannot please everyone so stop playing hero. Furthermore, no matter how hard you try some people will still not be satisfied, and they will still have bad things to say about you. Focus on your goals and aspirations, instead of focusing on a life to please the world. Live your life the way you see it fit, and be happy with it.
2. Stop carrying people’s burden: why are you doing this? Continue reading 5 Important Things That You Should Do In 2017
Do you consider yourself to be an ethical person? Does your speech, behavior, and action promote good ethics? Do you make wise ethical choices?
Who is an ethical person?
In life we should make choices that are guided by our moral values and conscience. So an ethical person is simply someone who knows what is right from wrong, honest from dishonest, fair from unfair, and acts accordingly.
I do my best to be an ethical person, but sometimes I falter, and that’s the truth. Because of my imperfections I sometimes find myself in situations in which I make unwise ethical Continue reading Do You Make Wise Ethical Choices?