Category: Psychology

Yes And

"Yes And" is a wonderful exercise. It invokes creativity, spontenaity, laughter, and often absurdity. It's an improv exercise where one person makes a statement or asks a question. And then another adds to it, generally starting with "Yes, and..." Example: School sucks. Yes, and teachers...

How to Become Self-aware

Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash Defining Self-awareness Self-awareness is bringing conscious awareness and understanding to one's thoughts and emotional/behavioral patterns. Self-awareness is critical to creating high self-esteem and life success. It allows us to gain control over our unconscious behavior patterns that are self-limiting, and change or...

The Terror of Responsibility

Photo by Leio McLaren (@leiomclaren) on Unsplash Responsibility terrifies me. It always has. I viscerally fear it, and yet I bring as much of it into my life as possible. I'm about to embark on a new chapter of undoubtedly the greatest level of responsibility and leadership I've...

Don’t be a predictable thinker.

Photo by Erik Mclean on Unsplash Hiking = Good Conversation Time Today's my last day in Atlanta. I came here 3 years ago for a sales apprenticeship through the Praxis program. I've been on a remarkable growth trajectory and am a fundamentally different person from when I first...

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