Judith A. Albright has not received any gifts yet
Are you always in a rush to get something done or be somewhere? Do you spend your days playing “catch up” but feel you are always a “day late and a dollar short?” If so, you’re in good company. As a society we seem to be stuck in “fast forward.” There is actually a name for this condition: it is called hurry sickness, a term first coined by cardiologists back in the 1950’s.
The symptoms are easy to spot—are…Continue
This question has long been the subject of various psychological theories about individual development. Abraham Maslow described it as an individual's desire for fulfillment—an internal yearning to maximize one’s full potential by becoming everything a person is capable of becoming.
In a nutshell, self-actualization is about living life to the fullest. It involves that quiet internal voice that keeps trying to persuade us to make the most of the gifts and talents with which we are…Continue
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the definition of procrastination is “to put off intentionally the doing of something that should be done.” But if we really think about it, what does procrastination really do for any of us? In most…Continue
Throughout our lives the expectations we set for ourselves and those around us are what determine who and what we are, what we have or don’t have, and what we are willing to settle for. Expectations are like little invisible magnets that attract both positive and negative situations into our lives. If we look back over our history and see a chronic pattern of disappointments and failures, it is likely we have held ourselves and others to unrealistic expectations. On the other hand, if you…Continue