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Who are you really? Do you actully know? Of course you do, but you may not currently be aware thanks to the stronger personalities you may have grown up with or that surround you. Here's a wonderful free test to give you some guidance on your personality and your true self or nature: 16 Personalities Which One Are YOU?
Now take a good look at the results and if you have time review my previous show about setting your Mission Statement. Do you know what your life's purpose or goals are? If you haven't already, now's the time to set your Mission Statement. Take some time to figure it out then set it and place it somewhere prominent to remind you of exactly where you are headed!
According to Advanced Life Skills there are seven things to consider to when discovering your true self:
Find your values
Understand your strengths
Know your passions
Identify your tendencies
Acknowledge your limitations
Set your goals
Establish your direction
Here's a fun Quiz: Which Wizard of Oz Character Are You?
You are more than your personality though, you are your beliefs, your interests etc. and knowing these aspects of you may help you stand up for yourself in the face of other people's issues. If not who will stand for you?
Join us for a rousing conversation about YOU!
Author Erik Palmer on Teaching the Core Skills of Listening and Speaking
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'There's no room for Donald Sterling in the NBA': Outraged LeBron James hits out at Clippers owner over 'appalling' racist rant - but the 81-year-old billionaire insists he does NOT hate black people
EXCLUSIVE: Boy, 16, who stabbed girl to death after she refused to go to prom because she was dating his friend 'was depressed and on heavy meds', devastated classmates reveal
Teen girl tried to kill her grandmother by poisoning greens after she had her cell phone confiscated
Three pupils killed themselves after being abused by paedophile teacher at Saudi international school, former student claims
Exclusive: The Extended Donald Sterling Tape
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Without the right mindset you are truly lost. Life, if well lived, is long enough.
"Do what you fear most and you control fear."
— Tom Hopkins
"The moment you commit and quit holding back, all sorts of unforeseen incidents, meetings and material assistance, will rise up to help you. The simple act of commitment is a powerful magnet for help." - Napoleon Hill
Confidence comes not from always being right, but from not fearing to be wrong.
— Peter McIntyre
Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils.
- Hector Berlioz
Waste your money and you're only out of money, but waste your time and you've lost a part of your life.
- Michael Leboeuf
You don't get to choose how you're going to die. Or when. You can only decide how you're going to live. Now.
- Joan Baez
The follies which a man regrets most in his life are those which he didn't commit when he had the opportunity.
- Helen Rowland
Few people find success, fewer ever find themselves and even fewer find forgiveness.
- Zurriane Bennett
Zurriane Bennett is a speaker, author, entrepreneur and the host of the show. If you would like to learn more about him checkout his website. www.zurrianebennett.com
If you would like to have him speak at your event please feel free to contact him at: email@example.com
Linda and I will discuss drug addiction and how families and friends can recognize the signs and symptoms of substance abuse and addiction
We will also discuss myths associated with drug use and abuse and treatment options available to you.
Physical warning signs of drug abuse
Bloodshot eyes, pupils larger or smaller than usual
Changes in appetite or sleep patterns. Sudden weight loss or weight gain
Deterioration of physical appearance, personal grooming habits
Unusual smells on breath, body, or clothing
Tremors, slurred speech, or impaired coordination
Behavioral signs of drug abuse
Drop in attendance and performance at work or school
Unexplained need for money or financial problems. May borrow or steal to get it.
Engaging in secretive or suspicious behaviors
Sudden change in friends, favorite hangouts, and hobbies
Frequently getting into trouble (fights, accidents, illegal activities)
Psychological warning signs of drug abuse
Unexplained change in personality or attitude
Sudden mood swings, irritability, or angry outbursts
Periods of unusual hyperactivity, agitation, or giddiness
Lack of motivation; appears lethargic or “spaced out”
Appears fearful, anxious, or paranoid, with no reason
Jennifer talks with Vanessa Carter. She’s an author, teacher and therapist. She has written many books on angels which can be found on Amazon. Vanessa’s amazing courses have reached pupils internationally via the internet, which she feels is a valuable tool for sharing knowledge. She shares some of her knowledge of angels, discusses her books and view on past lives! Vanessa has recently become interested in radio as she wants to ‘get her voice out there’ as well as the written word by communicating with people in new and exciting ways. She will be running a series of free workshops via Skype the first one of which is starting in March ‘healing the past and creating the future’. Listen to this great interview and hear more from Vanessa and her work. She’s an extremely busy and popular lady!
This weeks guest is Teacher and 3p's facilitator Sue Panciewicz.
I trained as a senior school teacher in 1994 and moved into alternative education provision as Head of Dept and Senior teacher for pupils with moderate to severe social and emotional difficulties in 2001. In 2004 I attended an introductory course led by the late Dr. Roger Mills where I learned about an approach known as the Three Principles which explain how human psychology ‘works’ and in an instant knew that what I was discovering was going to profoundly change my life and that its simplicity held the potential for anyone and everyone to benefit. I continued to work with disaffected young people whilst deepening my own understanding of innate psychological health. I learned a great deal about how these troubled young people viewed the world and accounted for their problems. With few exceptions I saw how a volatile and distressed young person could change to a responsive, curious and amenable individual with simply a change in their state of mind. Changes in their external circumstances were not necessary for them to access their innate capacity for common sense, sound judgement, hopefulness and resourcefulness. When they began to see this themselves they experienced a shift in understanding of their own habitual thought processes and the crucial link with their emotions. My focus was to facilitate a growth in understanding and an increase in realisation by encouraging them to consider the relationship they had with their thoughts and feelings by teaching them the principles.
During this time I continued to deepen my own understanding with trainings in London and Canada, where I had the privilege to meet and learn from Sydney Banks, originator of Three Principles understanding, and many other lead practitioners in this field. In September 2007 I started running courses for individuals and groups within public, education and business.
In modern society, we are constantly on the go. We have made the world smaller and easier with technology. Everything we need and utilize can fit in our hand. With that, it should make our lives easier but in the end, it has made our lives busier. One of the side effects of a very busy active mind is anxiety, panic attacks, high blood pressure, high heart rate, dilated pupils and so much more. Since Americans energy is fueled by coffee (trillion dollar industry), it should be known that this only makes matters worse
In today's show, I will be explaining the effects of living in a high pace life but being able to keep your mind calm. I will share with you tips on how to calm your anxiety down and what avenues you can take in order to help in the matter and make sure it doesn't come back. Tune in to today's show or check it out on demand or on iTunes!
Sylvia Melvin’s affection for the written word has roots in her Canadian heritage. She grew up in a small village in northern Ontario at her family’s fishing lodge. Often, books were her companions and she began journal writing as a young adult. Today, although she lives in Florida, she uses those experiences to entertain and educate her readers in the short stories and novels she writes.
Sylvia presently works as an intervention reading teacher at W.H. Rhodes Elementary School in Milton, Florida. She enjoys teaching creative writing to her pupils and believes that reading and writing go hand in hand.
As a founding member of the Panhandle Writer’s Group, Sylvia feels the interaction between other members has motivated her to publish and market short stories and six novels.
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This episode is part of our EDUCATORS’ EDEN™ series wherein we explore the paradise that the most passionate, creative and committed educators create for themselves, their students, peers, administrations and institutions!
I have taught primarily in graduate business school programs (MBA degrees) but also have experience with undergraduate students (and even spent some time as a public school substitute teacher in K-12). As a proud fourth generation educator (parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents were all educators), I know what a joy and privilege it is to be a scholar and teacher! I am the fourth generation college graduate on one side of my family and the fifth generation on the other. The love of education is in my DNA! Our episode topic is, “The most important teaching tool is passion? Really?”
What makes a “happy" educator? Does it require someone who is passionate about acquiring new knowledge? Does it require an unquenchable thirst for information and ideas? Is the desire to share and transfer that knowledge to other people strong within them? Is the desire to continually work to bridge the gap in enthusiasm and skill level between themselves and their pupils powerful and positive? Do they enjoy communicating with others? Or, are they more content within their own minds?
What makes for a "happy" student? Is it the raw knowledge and expertise of their instructor? Is it the enthusiasm and passion that the instructor brings to the transfer of knowledge interaction with them? Does the educator with passion use that to pull their students into the realm of subject matter and infect the students with the desire to learn more?
How effective is an educator without any passion for their subject or their students? Let’s discuss!
''You just wanna smoke and fukkk, I said girl thats all that we do!''....... OVOXO
Late night / Friday night. Tonight i wanna let the energy flow .... Eyes real low pupils on fire, pirex's is all foggy white... The candles arent the only thing around here thats lit. Time to change the atmosphere and shit, still a little pissed, about what , let me get my list. fukkk, you know I gotta be high for this. nevermind another time. Now is time to put the metal to the grind....
TODAY'S POEM: "Abiding in His Care" by Margaret Cagle.
VERSE: Judges 6:37-40
QUOTE: "Many Christians are so spiritually frail, sickly, and lacking in spiritual vitality that they cannot stick to prayer for more than a few minutes at a time." --Wesley L. Duewel
DEVOTIONAL: "ALONE WITH GOD" Part 3 from Andrew Murray
A teacher is always anxious that his schoolroom should be bright and attractive, filled with the light and air of heaven, a place where pupils long to come, and love to stay. In His first words on prayer in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus seeks to set the inner chamber before us in its most attractive light. If we listen carefully, we soon notice what the chief thing is He has to tell us of our tarrying there. Three times He uses the name of Father: ‘Pray to thy Father;’ ‘Thy Father shall recompense thee;’ ‘Your Father knoweth what things ye have need of.’
The first thing in closet-prayer is: I must meet my Father. The light that shines in the closet must be: the light of the Father’s countenance. The fresh air from heaven with which Jesus would have it filled, the atmosphere in which I am to breathe and pray, is: God’s Father-love, God’s infinite Fatherliness. Thus each thought or petition we breathe out will be simple, hearty, childlike trust in the Father. This is how the Master teaches us to pray: He brings us into the Father’s living presence. What we pray there must avail. Let us listen carefully to hear what the Lord has to say to us.
Pray, Think, Do! God Bless You!
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