When You Let Someone Observe You

Back in the early 1980’s I often was observed. A soon-to-be new education graduate of Bowling Green State University, in my last semester I spent 90 days in the classroom, assessing my mentor-teachers’ methods, teaching style, management of the classroom and creativity. Soon the tables would turn. Since I was assigned to several teachers because .. read more

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Get the Power

Yesterday I had my second meeting with my mentor, a powerful relationship which started just two weeks ago. Going into the meeting I was excited, for I remembered the feeling I had at the end of our first meeting. At that point I was thrilled. My mentor, Jim, had given me a way to focus .. read more

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On April 13th, 2012, posted in: power by

Introvert work conflicts start from within

Do you find yourself questioning your choice of career after you’ve already begun it? Many of us do, and yet for introverts, sometimes we talk ourselves out of the very career that gives us purpose – at the very time that we could actually do ourselves and our world the most good. And then we hang in the .. read more

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On December 20th, 2011, posted in: introverts, Laura Helgoe, motivation, power by