Tag Archives: behaviors

Finding and Getting to Know Your Childhood

What were you like as a child or teen? Be honest. Were you the super-organized person you are today? Did you do everything you were told? Chances are, the answer is no. It takes a long time (25 years!) for … Continue reading

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6 Tips For An Inclusive Organizational Culture

A passionate and rich discussion followed about the proactive steps that can be taken to ensure organizations build cultures with positive values and attributes, including: Invite the right people to meetings – diversity of people leads to diversity of ideas … Continue reading

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Guidance on The Road to Success

RESEARCH HAS SHOWN that young people who have a mentor have better school attendance, are more likely to enroll in college, are more likely to participate in extracurricular activities and therefore avoid risky behavior. However, one in three young people … Continue reading

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Expressive

I am very expressive. I use my hands when I speak, and my voice is not exactly on the quiet side. – your able to engage in activities and behaviors that you personally find important and meaningful. You feel that … Continue reading

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How to Earn More Respect At Work

I am a clinical social-worker who wears several different hats (read: my time is very precious). I have no problem meeting with young adults. It just a natural part of the job. I have been in their shoes. I understand … Continue reading

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