May 262015
 

Flagstaff Aspen RainbowExtraversion may be less common than we think
Our culture believes that extraverts are in the majority, because this group of people have more friends. And because extraverts look at the world through their beliefs, they think that they’re the norm. This bias can affect job performance, self-esteem and relationships in both extraverts and introverts.

3 Life Questions Shared By Just About Everyone In The World
Gabby Bernstein, speaker, self-help author, and spiritual teacher, shares her answers to the three most common questions she gets from her audiences. She shares some tips on what to do about them, including a simple way to meditate.

The Mindset of Success – from good management to great leadership
Jo Owen’s book explains how to put your mind to work and grasp opportunities. Your skillset is not what will make a difference to your level of success, it’s your “mindset.” Skills are abundant whereas the right mindset is a rare commodity that is greatly valued in organizations.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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