The most important work… Everyone’s life is an every-single-kind-of-genre novel, I think. All the genre’s are mixed up and intertwined with the next. We may have some romance, some drama, some comedy, perhaps a little fantasy-adventure, too. The contemporary realism section or genre of my novel might be entitled, “Child-like Faith.” I have desired to … More Children Are Not a Distraction
It’s okay to be an introvert! I grew up thinking there was something wrong with me, because I didn’t have the energy to be around people all the time. Now that I’ve learned the differences between extroverts and introverts, I know that I was made that way. I need time alone to recharge my energy … More “I like people but…”
When you shed light on your strengths, your weaknesses fade into the shadows. Watch below as I share an example of how to do just that by using Tom Rath’s Strength Finder. We can do amazing things when we operate in our strengths!
Empathy is the capacity to understand what another being feels. … More “Writers Write from Empathy”
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! During the thanksgiving season I sometimes feel silly listing all the “things” I’m thankful for. Expressing gratitude for your gifts, blessings and successes is important. (So if you are doing this, keep doing it. I’m in no way trying to discourage you.) But I was thinking about the many people who … More That is enough…
Who are you? Are you a MIGHTY one? We are all warriors at times. Some of us stand up for causes; others, for their friends. A handful of people see fit to fight with their fists or weapons. How do you fight for what you believe in? For the believer, the war is one … More The Mightiest
I found this blog post by Cristian Mihai very insightful. I smiled as I found myself discovering something about myself that had been “hidden in plain sight.” This post did for me the very thing it speaks about. Do you have something to say? Writers and artist, what does this post say to you?