Being Aware of What They Don't Say Oftentimes, human beings have much to say without saying anything at all. Our behaviors says a lot about our character and intentions. As the saying goes, "actions speak louder than words". (As I've said in other blogs, I can't stand cliches and platitudes.) If you seriously pay attention … Continue reading Identifying Behaviors: 5 Silent Behaviors
You Are Priceless Lately, a couple of my friends have been talking about this guy that we all know (or at least, know of). He's the type of person who is all ego -- no substance. I doubt if anyone really knows who he really is. He's so obsessed with what he has that the … Continue reading Knowing Your Worth: Define Yourself
*Repost* Loving Your Flaws When Others Do Not "If you've not been criticized, booed, jeered, or such; it's not because you have no flaws, but because you don't count so much" ~Danny Thomas I fell in love with that poem when I heard Danny Thomas say it at the end of a Dean Martin's Celebrity … Continue reading Feeling Good About YOU!
De-Whackifying Oneself My brother, Brandon, and I were chatting the other day, about how we really are not comfortable with giving advice to others. We both agreed that there are a lot of pros and cons attached to advising people, such as: sometimes, even good advice can be misinterpreted, and also, humans tend to become … Continue reading How To Become Less Whack!
You Think It's Hard To Fit In? Try NOT Fitting In... I've accepted, talked about, and have damn near bragged about being nonconformist. I've described how liberating it is to not be bound by the chains of society, peers, or even fashion. I've shared how cool it is to love who you are and do … Continue reading The Difficult Side of Being Yourself