Goals can lead individuals to develop and change their behavior! 

Starting setting a goal, could be demanding, you begin to wonder how to choose a goal, how to find your purpose and still focus… then you start your research and more important you need willingness to commit to new challenges. As well, a learning goal facilitates or enhances metacognition by namely, planning, monitoring, and evaluating progress … More Goals can lead individuals to develop and change their behavior! 

What great leadership and music have in common — ideas.ted.com

Jim Crupi is a management consultant with a long, brilliant resume. (Heard of CNN? He helped set the strategic stage that led to its creation.) Here, he distills some of his best leadership advice into one memorable metaphor. Music is all-consuming. Our reaction to a great song can be so visceral that we are forever… via … More What great leadership and music have in common — ideas.ted.com

To The Friends Who Fiercely Defend Us When We’re Not Around — Thought Catalog

Thank you for your loyalty. Thank you for being just as loyal when I’m not around. Thank you for letting people know that our friendship is not just another social media show because it’s real. Thank you for not allowing strangers or people we barely know to get between us or even try. Thank you for being strong enough to risk … More To The Friends Who Fiercely Defend Us When We’re Not Around — Thought Catalog

Rehearsing…

Despite me feeling wonderful dressed in this lovely skirt, we did not really manage to take as many photos as we usually do because our camera ran out of battery. So here you have all the pics we managed to snap before the camera shut down. No picking among them, just all of them! We…

Pregnancy Autumn Essentials

After a ZARA packed spring and a summer full of Mango clothes it is time for yet another affordable retailer to make a statement in my closet: H&M. Yes, this year I have skipped the special editions (H&MStudio in this instance) mainly because I have no idea how and what will still fit me a…

What do children know of their own mortality?

In a recent review of studies on children’s understanding of death, medics Alan Bates and Julia Kearney describe how: Partial understanding of universality, irreversibility, and nonfunctionality usually develops between the ages of 5 and 7 years, but a more complete understanding of death concepts, including causality, is not generally seen until around age 10. Prior to understanding … More What do children know of their own mortality?

Even when you do things for others, you’re doing them for you

Originally posted on T.K. Coleman's Blog:
It’s easy to play the martyr. All of us are capable of fooling ourselves into believing that our choices are fundamentally about something other than our own fulfillment. Every choice we make, however, is directly connected to our desire for personal happiness or inner peace. Whatever it…

The truth about travelers

Originally posted on infinite satori:
Press play first. We have been called many things. Travelers, by default. But we like to be called nomads. Explorers. Vagabonds. Adventurers. Wayfarers. Modern gypsies. Wanderers. We’ve adopted them all. A growing breed of humans with restless feet and the inability to stay still, the inability to stay in one…