Are You A Transformational Leader?

What is a transformational leader? A leader who transforms communities and organizations from one culture to another, such as the industrial age to the information age. A transformational leader is someone who is transforming a co-dependent family into one of healthy relationships or someone who has transformed herself from one state of being to another.

Acknowledging others

Can You Give Loving Acknowledgment?

In the work place, we have always expected our boss to acknowledge that he appreciates what we have done. Our children are always asking for our approval. All of us desire to be noticed and applauded for our efforts and accomplishments. Yet, as human beings, we are not very adept at giving or receiving loving


Finding Inner Peace

Bringing harmony and peace into our lives is something that all human beings are striving for, often looking in vain outside of ourselves to find it. But finding inner peace requires that we understand ourselves and take a look at our needs and whether they are being met. We are made up of four need


Growing Our Self-Confidence

Are you a human being, or a human doing? Most of us go through our lives doing. We do the job, the marriage, and the kids.  We just keep doing the doing like mindless creatures. Extreme doers may be called workaholics. Those who can’t say no and double book themselves are trying to do more


Are You Someone Who Lives in the Comfort Zone?

The comfort zone is a range of behavior that is habitual and is made up of our programmed beliefs and attitudes. As we react to our environment, we can choose how we are going to respond. When there is no longer a choice, we are acting out of habit and we are living in the

personality style

What Is Your Personality Style?

Since the time of the ancient Greeks, definitive and consistent behavioral styles have been recognized in human behavior. Hippocrates noticed that each individual possessed patterns of behavior that he categorized into four personality types. Each style had its own strengths and weakness and each was necessary for the orchestration of socialized living. Behavioral styles begin