At last, it was my turn. I was the final guest of the day. I followed my station sherpa to the main set for Family Rules! I walked in and instantly felt awed by the room, the number of people in it, the lighting and all of the cameras. The set was brightly lit and divided into two parts:a kitchen set and a sit down couch and chair set. I was directed to the couch and chair side.
A coaching client suggested I discuss how introverts get involved in activism. As someone introverted and also interested in making a difference, this seemed like a worthy subject for me to investigate. Traditionally, crowds and loud places are not an introvert's dream setup. Protesting peacefully has appeal, but there are still those pesky crowds and with [...]
While doing online professional development training in: suicide prevention, behavioral regulation, minimizing school violence, working with children with ADHD, etc. I've been reminded of the resilience found in an internal locus of control.
Instead of asking whether someone is gritty, we should ask them when they are. — David Epstein, Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World I'm trained as a Myers Briggs practitioner. That means I know how to administer and interpret the Myers Briggs personality inventory. I know the sixteen type preferences and I know the history [...]
I have had two radical belief changes in the last few years. One: I now believe our long term relationships shape our personality and temperament more than introverted or extroverted innate traits. Two: I used to believe I needed alone time to recharge and be at my best. I have recently seen and felt myself most [...]
“Of all the environments, the one that most profoundly shapes the human personality is the invisible one: the emotional atmosphere in which the child lives during the critical early years of brain development. The invisible environment has little to do with parenting philosophies or parenting style. It is a matter of intangibles, foremost among them being [...]