Posts Tagged ‘market research’

  • Conquering Fear

    Fear, anxiety, and worry is a current place of being for many! With the current state of our world, if we choose to absorb all that is shared our internal voices can easily lead us to despair and even panic.  … Read More

  • Words Matter

    Hope this finds everyone safe and healthy!   As we practice an abundance of caution in consideration of COVID-19, we are re-posting a worthy reminder: Words Really Matter!     Each person produces approximately 70,000 thoughts per day, according to the Laboratory of Neuroimaging, University… Read More

  • Listen to Understand

    Listening… a lost art? Not really. According to sociology authorities the act of listening to understand, not to reply, is subject matter that is not taught in main-stream academia.   According to Webster, the following terms mean: ·    Listen: give one’s… Read More

  • The Worry Spiral

    Think too much? Do you often consider every possible avenue, approach, response, or path?   We wonder, and wonder, and wonder… and wonder some more. The cycle may drive us crazy when in reality, these thoughts are not rational.  … Read More

  • Cost of Interference

    Competition for our attention is at an all-time high. Social media, email, urgent project requests, colleagues who need advice, family tugs, household chores, and the ever-pervasive text messages are all contenders competing for our attention.    Multitasking: not a solution! … Read More

  • Savor Happiness

    Savor! According to Webster, Savor is defined as to delight in, enjoy. When was the last time we really enjoyed a moment? Reacted with a belly laugh? Experienced a genuine gratefulness for a loved one’s embrace or delighted in the scent of… Read More

  • Adopted Narcissism

    Protecting ourselves and those we love is a default behavior of human beings.  We survive, and often thrive, due to our ability to self-preserve.  Narcissism is defined as:  “Excessive or erotic interest in one’s self and one’s physical appearance.”  

  • Powerfully Meek

    Often the word “meek” has a negative connotation as “too submissive.”  Other definitions seem slightly more positive:  “slow to anger or resentment.”  Let’s commit to another definition.  A definition that can quickly remind us what is needed if our goal is to… Read More

  • Anguish’s Fortitude

    Whether you are facing a loved-one’s illness, an end of a relationship, or a compromise of your own health, we all experience heart-wrenching, life-changing feelings at some point.  Loss is an unfortunate aspect of life.  Although we all deal with suffering… Read More

  • Elite Ego

    We are not perfect, nor should we pretend to be, but it is necessary to be the best version of ourselves, according to Dr. Travis Bradberry.  Research is consistent in identifying the most destructive component of a sense of worthiness:  self!  That is, WE are… Read More