Self Value

Difficult Conversations

Whether you’re an introvert or an extrovert, some conversations are just difficult to have. Although an introvert may find this to be the case more often than his/her assertive counterpart, the truth is, sometimes any of us could be at a loss for words. I recall a great number of times when I struggled with .. read more

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On May 24th, 2010, posted in: Connecting, Projecting, Self Value by

Someone’s Out to Get Me

Lately I’ve been reading Nobel Prize-winning book, The Appointment, by Herta Muller, Romanian-born author who writes of characters living during the Romanian dictatorship. A chilling tale of many flash-backs with well-written, poignant first-person narrative, the work echoes with characters living out of fear. There is a time when the main character shares a horrifying discovery .. read more

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On May 20th, 2010, posted in: Self Value, trust by

Re-evaluating Structure

What works for you? Pretty broad question to ask, especially without first asking, what do you want? When I think of what I want, I uncover things that are in opposition to each other. Here are my 2 main things: Peace, Fun. With peace I feel at ease, unhurried, in-the-moment and rested. Fun brings to .. read more

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On May 19th, 2010, posted in: consistency, Projecting, Self Value by

Anxious Movement

Steps in the hallway, around the coffee pot, outside for a smoke, into a cubicle for whispers. Anxious energy leads us further away from the most important tasks at hand. I can’t do this. It doesn’t feel right. I’m not any good. Why me? These comments leave our lips or infect our thinking and before .. read more

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On May 18th, 2010, posted in: Connecting, Projecting, Self Value, trust by 1 Comment