Anyone who has been living in the 21st century knows how significant social psychology and personality has become in many aspects of our lives, including our relationships with one another and even leadership in the workplace. While I’ve always been a huge fan of the Meyers Briggs personality spectrum (Shout out to my fellow ENFP’s), … More I finally see myself: A letter to the Type 3’s
The words you are about to read have been scrolling through my mind for the past several weeks like the screen credits at the end of a film. Never ending. Perhaps that is because I spend many nights alone, with nothing but a pen and a cup of tea in hand. If I had roommates, … More Not caught in the middle.
I walked up to the counter to reserve a table at the restaurant and the hostess asked, “For how many people?” I looked around, smiled and replied, “Oh, just a table for one.” She smiled back and said, “Right this way.” As an ENFP (being alone drains my energy like no other), I never intended … More Table for two.
Waiting through Unanswered Prayers. I spoke at a Hyphen Event this past weekend on this very subject and since it is something that has been on my heart for the past month, I thought I would share with the rest of my social media family. Here is the spark notes version of my message. wait. … More Waiting through Unanswered Prayers.
Thoughts. Thousands of them scroll through our mind just as sudden as aimlessly scrolling through our social media feeds. We can’t even begin to measure how many invade our mind every day; however, what we can determine is whether or not those thoughts will become life-giving or not. The dictionary definition defines a thought such … More The Power of a Thought