I shared this infographic before and decided to reshare it because it’s interesting! With a few extra words, of course, so that I don’t look like I’m lazy with my posts during NaNoWriMo. 😛 Infographic from Office Vibe: The Key Differences Between Extroverts and Introverts But It Doesn’t Include Extrovert = Outgoing / Introvert =…… Continue reading Infographics: Extroverts vs Introverts
I love looking at colours, especially vibrantly coloured pictures! As a child, I loved looking at colour pencils and often asked to buy a set, although I never used them much; while I can draw, I don’t have the eye to pick the right colours for colouring. 😆 To my surprise, earlier this year I…… Continue reading Understanding Personality Through Colours
A few days ago I mentioned our latest Collaboration with a Purpose instalment that is coming soon, and well, here it is! I did say my “coming soon” is usually really soon. 😆 This time our topic is “strength”. When I first heard of the decision, it made me pause a little as it wasn’t…… Continue reading Collaboration with a Purpose: Strength – Defining My View of Strength
Oh, man. “I told you so” is one of the most action-packed phrases of all time. As the Modern Manners Guy aptly said: “I told you so” is the equivalent of kicking a person when they’re down, pouring salt on a wound, or getting a group of people together to laugh and point at someone…… Continue reading Resisting Saying “I Told You So”
Whew, this week I’ve been busier than usual and waaaay more than I’d like. Rather than boring you with details, basically I was spending the week (and a bit more) as a near-full-time extrovert! Yet I’m actually an (outgoing) introvert, so you can see where it’s going. 😅 It’s not like I didn’t know I’d…… Continue reading If Only I Have More Time… Or Not?
I’ve been quite busy past few days, so I haven’t been able to take much time to write aside from the World Health Day 2017 post (the call for sleep was much stronger…), so here’s a mini-story for you! 😀 A little background: I work with Australians over the internet via emails, video conferences and…… Continue reading A Mini-Story: How Being Positive Can Make a Difference
Anais Nin once said, “We don’t see things as they are, we see things as we are.” I agree with this, because everyone reacts differently to the same thing. Are books cool? Those who don’t enjoy books will say no. Is pasta carbonara delicious? Chefs will say, “Depending on who cooks it.” Are hamsters cute?…… Continue reading Understanding People’s Perspectives Through 5 Episodic Media