For Personal Growth - 841 Words
We are bombarded every day with noise – trucks and cars going by, lawn mowers, sirens, television, and people chattering. On some level, we have grown used to having a constant stream of sound around us without realizing the negative effect it has on our ability to cognitively process information and to express our creativity. Noise and silence have different and significant results on the energy around us and within us.
Studies suggest that…
There is a school of thought that power comes from ruling with an iron fist, controlling everything and everyone, and demanding that others follow. This way of being is far from powerful; it is actually a fear-based response to the world. The fear of being out of control, the fear of being left behind as others grow and create, the fear of not mattering in the world.
Instead, power comes from being in high service to others, in being friendly, and in demonstrating courtesy. This…Continue