Posts tagged High School
Don’t You Just Hate Being Wrong? by: Roseanna Leaton
We like to be right. It’s more comfortable to feel that you were right. No-body likes to be wrong; Being wrong is a minor issue to some people but a real issue to others. Why so? What does being wrong infer, what does it mean, what is so unpalatable about it?
It all boils down to self confidence. Some people’s self confidence, their self-worth , comes from within, whilst for others it comes from the outside. As children growing up we look to others for approval, we are told what we have done is wrong or right. This is a natural way in which More >
by: Catherine Trebble
You may find that what you really want to do in life requires a certain degree or license-something you don’t currently have. So what do you do?
Why not go back to school?
“But…but…but…,” you might be saying, “I’m in my late 40s! It would take me until I’m 52 to get the degree I need!” Yes-and your point is?
If you are someone who tells yourself that you are too old to go back to school, look at it this way-you can either be 52 years old with a degree or 52 years old without a degree!
The point is that no matter what age you will be when you finally obtain the education More >
by: Margaret Paul, Ph.D.
“What is my purpose here? I know there’s something I’m supposed to be doing, but I don’t know how to find out what it is.”
“I don’t seem to be passionate about anything.”
I’ve heard these complaints over and over from my clients.
Discovering our passion and purpose is vital to our joy and well-being. The problem is that many people have lost touch with any sense of their passion and purpose and have no idea how to access this information.
The blueprint for this information lies within our core Self, our essence, the More >