Your life direction

In which direction are you building your life?

We’re all in constant motion. That’s true regardless of which aspect of the human system you’re considering. Even if it feels we’re stuck in a relationship, a job, or the consequences of poor choices, we’re still moving. And more importantly, we can move toward solutions and positive change. So, I

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Personality vs Tmeperament

Your Personality versus Temperament – What’s the Difference?

Have you noticed just how many different personality tests are available now?  It’s easy to lose count. When trying to understand yourself better, how in the world can you decide which test results can actually give you reliable and helpful information? What’s more, is there a difference between personality versus

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Dreams, aspirations, hopes, desires, passions -- all help us define success your way.

Start Defining Success YOUR Way

Adapted from INNERKINETICTS, Your Blueprint for Excellence and Happiness, by Ray W. Lincoln Answering “Who Am I?” Leads to Better Goals Philosophers have pondered this deep, personal question of identity from the days of Plato and even before.  “Who are we?” they have asked.  And we are all asking  the same

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Queasy feeling, butterflies in stomach

If the word “success” makes you queasy…

Adapted from INNERKINETICS, Your Blueprint to  Excellence and Happiness Does the word success make you feel queasy?  Has it been contaminated with the idea that it’s all about money (financial success) or social status (social success), fame or even dishonest practices?  Do you feel it has become trite?  If thinking

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idealism

Does your idealism have you aiming too high, or not high enough?

When it comes to setting goals, how’s your aim? Unrealistically high, not high enough, or just right? Many of us misunderstand our inner strengths and how directly they’re involved in our everyday life.  In fact, your sense of fulfillment, healthy self-image, your happiness, successes, and failures are all driven by

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