Vision boards are all the rage these last few years because they allow the creator to dig deep into their hearts and really verbalize what kind of lifestyle they want. Simply thinking about their current lives and what they would like to change is a good start. To get more excited about the vision board process, create a vision board workshop for your tribe of family, friends, local community, coworkers, etc.
Even if you work on vision boards for and by yourself, running a vision board party for your small circle of family and friends is one way to take care of multiple goals at once. An intimate gathering for a vision board party will help you enhance your:
- Communication (because you will have to utilize communication before during and after the workshop),
- Social skills (because you will create stronger connections during the workshop); and
- Personal accomplishments (because the act of creating a vision board will help you with your goals).
Everyone can benefit from focusing on what they want out of life – focusing on their ideal lifestyle – so it’s quite possible that you’ll fill your room to capacity with family and friends.
What If You Don’t Have Family and Friends To Invite? Keep reading and you will get tips on where you can find other people to invite if family/friends are not a current option. These ideas work for all: family, friends, local community members, etc. Keep reading…
Need I say more? Oprah is a master at communication. She is a master at interviews. She is one you want to learn from when it comes to improving your communication skills.
A great podcast is Oprah’s Super Soul Conversations.
If you have a super busy personal and professional schedule, juggling everything can sometimes be difficult. You may worry about getting everything done or keeping everyone in your life happy. Sometimes it might just seem easier to freeze from frustration instead of addressing head-on what is causing your anxiety head. Continue reading
The Quote of the Day Show hosted by Sean Croxton is one of my favorites You get the perfect dose of motivation and TRUTH that will fuel your day. He spotlights a quote on each episode in a manner that is not overwhelming. It is just enough so you can ponder on that thought and really delve into that throughout your day in your own way. Please check it out and thank me later (and of course, thank Mr. Croxton for coming up with this podcast and delivering it!
Quote of the Day Show on iTunes <<<< Click here for iTunes version
Quote of the Day show on Stitcher (below)
EPISODE: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee – S08E03 – Jerry Seinfeld with Guest Judd Apatow – “Escape From Syosset” – Jun 30, 2016
Original link: http://comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com/judd-apatow-escape-from-syosset Continue reading
Oprah and Barbara Walters conversation
Bill Clinton’s 2016 DNC Speech (pay attention to his great storytelling)
A Conversation with President Obama and The Wire Creator David Simon
A Conversation with Pamela Anderson
In Conversation with Pharrell Williams (NPR)
Reclaiming Conversation™ Podcast with Host Sherry Turkle
The Art of Meaningful Conversation – TedTalks Playlist <<<CLICK HERE
Reclaiming Conversation Professor Sherry Turkle talked about her book Reclaiming Conversation: The Power of Talk in a Digital Age, in which she examines the impact of the digital age on traditional conversation. <<< CLICK HERE (conversation starts 9 minutes into the video, 09:00)
This is a funny skit about “a lunch chat that turns tense when one of the diners confronts the other about his annoying conversation habits.”
If you’re looking for fun and adventure but you’re shy, anxious or just plain wary of solo travel; plan a road trip with a few friends. It’s a great way to explore new places. A bonus – you have your own ride so you can go where you want and you have a built-in support system to make you feel safe and secure. All it takes is a little bit of planning and a spirit of adventure to enjoy a few days of fun with friends.
The New Year is a time for transformation. Many people make resolutions like quitting smoking, starting an exercise routine, or saving more money. However, some people decide to make very major changes. If one’s goal is to enjoy life to the fullest or spend more time with family, a career change may be a priority for 2017.
This is a new series. A flashback series into an old blog I used to write. I’ve come a long way and am so glad I documented my experience back then. Hope you enjoy and stay for the ride. Hopefully my old readers find me on this new platform. My experience is one that many of you are still experiencing and I hope you realize, by reading my story, that you’re not alone AND you’re still growing no matter how old you are – young or older. Don’t give up on you! I’m still a work in progress. I’m not 100% free of social anxiety and I’m not 100% “un-shy” and I’m okay with that BECAUSE what I am is a person that won’t let those factors get in the way of my dreams, my passions, my purpose…my life! And if I ever feel like they are becoming debilitating again, I’ll continue to challenge them.
My weekend started today. I spent my day off from work, cleaning and having a blast online, while the television kept me company in the background. If I were as social in real life as I am online then this would be the end of my blog. Unfortunately, I am what others call ‘painfully shy’. And I don’t use the word ‘painfully’ loosely. Since I can remember, I have always been shy and here I am in my 20’s…still as shy as I use to be and maybe even more so.
Are you planning a holiday gathering? Are you concerned about how to put it all together? Well no need to worry. By paying attention to a few details, you can plan a party that your guests will remember and look forward to attending year after year.