These 6 steps utilizing Primary Colors Personality tendencies will help you manage your workdays and reclaim your personal time: Begin by taking action over things that are fairly easy to control such as taking a lunch break away from your desk, stepping away from your desk for an afternoon break, or going in to work an hour later in the morning. Each small step will make it easier to work towards a more reasonable work week. Set work and personal boundaries – stop taking cal
RED Personality Tendencies 1. People with RED Personality tendencies are not afraid. People with Red personality tendencies remind us that in order to be truly successful you must face your fears head on. Everyone feels fear, but not everyone is willing to face that fear with dignity and strength of purpose. Red personalities teach us how to live courageously instead of fearfully. 2. People with RED Personality tendencies fight without ceasing for what they believe. People wi
Intense stress has become such a common and integral part of our homes and work that many people have begun to think it’s just part of being alive today, but constant, unmanaged stress is harmful emotionally and physically. Preventing and managing stress can help lower your risk of serious health problems like heart disease, high blood pressure, and depression. But equally as important, learning to manage your stress in ways that do not throw you into your EXTREME personalit
No matter what you are doing, whether it is shopping for groceries, getting your nails done, sitting at the park with your children, or attending a networking gathering, researchers have found that ten minutes of face to face contact improves memory and boosts intellectual performance. This research published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin is fascinating.
Think about it, just ten minutes of talking, face to face or even by phone, improves memory and boost
Here are 30 simple ways to Live an OverJOYed Life. EnJOY. Dawn Billings Dawn L. Billings, author, patented inventor, personality and communication expert and Executive Director for the Relationship Help Resort in Arizona and creator of Primary Colors Personality Insight Tools and the Happiness Curriculum for an OverJOYed Life, was chosen as one of 80 emerging women leaders by Oprah Magazine and The White House Project and was selected as one of 15 'Women of Influence' by the
The Bad News Admit it. Okay if you won't I will. When I was young, I thought being in your 50s meant you were old, tired and used up. You couldn’t imagine being that aged and decrepit. My mother told me you don't know anything until you are 50, but I didn't believe her. All I saw were wrinkles, added weight and weariness when it came to people 50 and above. But then the years rolled over me and here I am, mid-sixties and in all honesty, I am having a love/hate relationship w
Does the hormone Oxytocin impact empathy and compassion? The answer is "Definitely." In a recent study, conducted by Prof. Shamay-Tsoory with research students Sharon Palgi and Meytal Fischer-Shofty, in cooperation with the Cognitive and Emotional Laboratory at the Shalvata Mental Health Care Center and the Universities of Chicago and Birmingham, the researchers sought to examine whether exposure to oxytocin could increase feelings of empathy, both among people within a group