We’ve all been asked the question: What are your strengths? If it catches you off guard, then it's time to take personal inventory. Your strengths are the foundation of your success. It's important to know which qualities make you stand out. Not only is being aware of your strengths positive for an employer, it also… Continue reading How To Identify Your Strengths
Disagreements are normal, healthy parts of life. We experience disagreements when our thoughts and feelings don’t align with the other person’s point of view. But disagreeing with our friends, coworkers and family members can actually be good for us! Clinical psychologist Ben Michaelis, Ph.D. talked about what he calls the eighty-five percent rule . He… Continue reading The Art Of Disagreeing: How To Disagree With People Respectfully
Photo Credit: Priceless Homes Who doesn't like a place that is arranged, no one. However, with the fast-paced nature of the world and the monday - friday rush hour trajectory, it has become increasingly difficult to keep the house arranged. For those who have some extra cash, they simply get a househelp to do the… Continue reading Organizing Ideas:How To Organize Your Home
Relationships fail. Jobs fail. Families fail. Marriages fail. Friendships fail. Health fails. In the midst of the hurt and disappointment we endure day in and day out, there is a hope, a security, and a support system in Christ that will never leave us, or forsake us. There is a love from the kingdom of… Continue reading Love Never Fails
When anger takes root in our lives, everyone and everything suffers as a result. Keeping tabs on the mistakes our loved ones have made, and allowing anger to take root in our lives are two toxic habits that will eliminate love from your life sooner than you think. Forgive your loved ones, and choose… Continue reading Love Is Not Easily Angered
So often in life we subconsciously delight in the failures of others. I'm sure you're familiar with the quote, "Hurt people, hurt people." If we're being honest, we've all felt a little bigger when someone we don't particularly like doesn't succeed. Competition in the body of Christ is just as present as it is… Continue reading Love Rejoices With The Truth
People say that they love themselves all the time. Bookstores’ aisles are flooded with the latest praises for self-love and self-acceptance. Still, the charge to “love yourself” is often dismissed. Maya Angelou once warned, “I do not trust people who do not love themselves and yet tell me, ‘I love you.’ There is an African saying which is: be careful when a naked person offers you a shirt.”
Research has shown that about 64% of the people who go to work, go because of the desire for a paycheck and not necessarily because they love the job, because desire they say is the fundamental drive of all human action. Against this backlash, both the people at work and the work itself could get frustrating sometimes. Here are five ways to relate better at your work place, in the midst of it all.