Mahitaji na maadili - mambo sisi huduma ya juu, vyanzo vya mahitaji yetu - jambo kwa sababu wao ni yaliyomo ya nafsi zetu za msingi. Wanafanyiza mengi ya ardhi ya eneo wa viumbe vyote wetu wa ndani. Mahitaji na maadili ni kweli sana yanahusiana, lakini kuna tofauti muhimu kati ya mbili.
Tu kama Colorado aspens au kampuni kubwa ya California redwoods haja ya kila mmoja kwa msaada na kuishi, hivyo kufanya watu. Sayansi sasa substantiates nini sisi intuitively kujua: Ni jambo zuri kuwa sehemu ya juhudi za timu. Wakati una lengo la pamoja unaweza kwenda kwa urefu zaidi ya ubunifu na mafanikio.
Traditional Native American societies may be the best models of balanced societies in existence today—with only about 500 years of European contact and assimilation, versus 2,000 years. Native people viewed themselves—not their political, social, or religious lives—as individuals. The names that Native groups gave themselves generally translated to “the People” or “human beings.”
Someone once gave Barry and I a small yellow button to wear that says, “You never need to defend or justify your feelings.” I love the message on this button and, though I don’t wear it, I keep it in my desk so it is the first thing I see when I open the drawer. This little message has helped me over and over again...
If you’ve ever thought about quitting Facebook, you’re not alone. Maybe you’ve even shut down your account, swearing never to return, only to log back in a week later.
Many of our "life lessons" come to us through what we might usually call a "negative" experience, or possibly a "negative" person in our life. However, the addition of the term negative to any person or situation is simply a perception, or a judgment, on our part.
Chances are you’ve seen and heard an emotional manipulator at work. Perhaps you even live or work with someone who regularly pulls out their blame gun and sprays accusations on everyone but themselves. They get angry and indignant and go on and on about how stupid, ineffective, or lame others are.
Statistics show that people who live solitary lives don’t live as long as those who enjoy deep and meaningful connections with family and friends. Each step you take to vanquish the fear that is holding you back will add more years to your life, and perhaps, more life to your years.
It’s really important to be able to name your control patterns and fear buttons and accept them as part of the human condition. Each item in the list below describes a behavior. Identifying the behaviors that you exhibit will help you notice when you are using a control pattern. Then you can choose your response rather than reacting automatically.
For a good marriage, who is the most important person with whom you should be communicating well? If you think it’s your spouse, think again. The most important person to converse with constructively is yourself! You need not try to resolve every situation by talking it over with your partner.
What keeps us prisoners of our illusions? Our assumptions—the things we believe are true that really are not. For example, on my way to work during rush hour, a guy in a Lexus speeds by, cuts in front of me, then weaves in and out of traffic at a hundred miles an hour. My first reaction is...
Kama binadamu, zawadi kubwa tuna tulizonazo inaweza pia kuwa kubwa silaha-maneno. Tunaweza kuponya wenyewe, watu wengine, na dunia kwa maneno; hata hivyo pia inaweza kutumika kwa namna ya uharibifu. Wengi wetu hawajui kwamba njia ambazo tunavyohusiana ni kabisa potofu na yasiyo ya asili.
If we want to make the world a better place, we need to work on having healthy boundaries! And by this I mean… we understand that I am me and you are you and that each of us has a right to be here and to choose and experience the consequences of all our thoughts, words and actions.
I don’t believe we ever “master” the art of learning to communicate effectively. But we do get more skilled at witnessing ourselves and making new choices. One note of caution: Speaking your truth does not mean you always say everything you are thinking.