Who has your ear? The good guy or the bad? It’s a concept advertisers sometimes evoke when pitching products and services. In these television commercials, the devil stands on one shoulder of a hapless-looking man and an angel on the other.[Read more…] about Who Has Your Ear?
How Do You Love?
A plethora of words exists to describe love—at least among the ancient Greeks. How do you love?[Read more…] about How Do You Love?
Should You Start Restricting Access?
Your brain stores a lot of data. Ten to 100 terabytes to be exact. To my knowledge, no external hard drive stores that much information. So, what’s taking up space inside your head? Should you start restricting access?[Read more…] about Should You Start Restricting Access?
Do You Know the Real You?
Do you know the real you?
At one point, Linda Goldfarb, a well-known speaker, book narrator, coach, actress, author, and podcaster, didn’t know the real Linda.[Read more…] about Do You Know the Real You?
Trust In Something Larger Than Yourself: A Mother’s Day Story
Jennifer Rose Asher isn’t religious, but she knows a higher power planned and orchestrated her adoption of a Vietnamese baby more than two decades ago. She just had to get out of the way and learn to trust in something larger than herself.[Read more…] about Trust In Something Larger Than Yourself: A Mother’s Day Story
Nomophobia Is a Thing
Do you worry about losing your cell phone? Do you take it to the bathroom or pull it out at parties and in restaurants to obsessively check for emails, texts, and missed calls? If so, you might have nomophobia.
Yes, nomophobia is a thing.
Not me.[Read more…] about Nomophobia Is a Thing