It is very rare that success is an accident. More likely success comes from being in the right place, at the right time, and taking the right action. Essentially it takes time and process. Time is the measuring of periods between one event and another or between actions and its perceived consequences. Usually, we associate… Continue reading Time and Process
I hope you were able to identify the values that reflect you. Today I will complete the listings and hope you can add a few of your own. Intellectual stimulation, interpersonal relations, intimacy, involvement Joy, lack of pretense, laughter, leadership, leisure, life, life insurance, literature, love, lover, loyalty, managing, mastery, materialism, maturity meditation, mentoring, metaphysics,… Continue reading Clarifying your values Pt2
The next exercise in charting your goals is clarifying your values. We all do not have the same values. And very likely we have values that we are not even conscious us. This exercise will, therefore, cause you to quietly reflect and to choose those which are more important to you. The exercise is a… Continue reading Clarifying Your Values
I found this great self-development do -it- yourself workbook at the thrift store. It is entitled "Charting your Goals" by Dahl and Sykes. Sometimes we take the things that happen in our lives for granted. But I have come to understand and now believe that not even the chance encounters are ordered. I say this because… Continue reading Charting Your Goals
A counter response to the caption question would be, Who is a caregiver? The illustration below is taken from https://www.caring.com/articles/caregiver-burnout Caregiving is best defined by what the caregiver does. If she is involved in caring for people with disabilities; people with mental illness; people who are chronically ill; people who are terminally ill or suffering from life-limiting illnesses; people caring for… Continue reading Are you a Caregiver?