Change is one word that brings a lot of dread to people’s heart as it evokes a sense of uncertainty. Some people are victims of change, others are survivors of change. But however the case, everything undergoes change and nothing ever remains the same. Even as humans, we all have to face change at some point in our lives because we are in a constant state of transition and we’re continually being transported – whether instantly or gradually – into the new, the different, the unexpected, or the unfamiliar.
The Belgian Horse is a very powerful and popular specie of horse that originates from Belgium. They are particularly known for their endurance, toughness, teachability, teamwork and huge capacity to pull tremendous weights. They are a number one choice for horse shows, pleasure rides, farming, forestry and horse meat. Compared to most horse breeds, the Belgian Horse is a taller, heavier and stronger stock.
Are you aware that the art of listening is tied to effective leadership? Do you know that listening skill has been identified as one of the top skills employers seek in both entry-level and promoted employees?
According to stats by the International Listening Association, “Spoken words only account for 30-35% of the meaning. The rest is transmitted through nonverbal communication that only can be detected through visual and auditory listening.”
What do you do when you find yourself at the crossroads of life? Where do you go and who do you run to? This post by Elsie Bowen-Dodoo dissects the very heart of the subject, Indecision. Elsie is the first guest-blogger on soempowering.com
The saying, “Too many cooks spoil the broth” is one we must pay heed to very carefully. Who do you live for? Your family, your friends, yourself? At times, you’re in a position of second guessing yourself and that really becomes an open passageway for people to manipulate you.
It is important to know within the depths of your soul what works for you. Once you allow indecision to breed in your home, you become a tenant, no longer the home owner. Too many people deciding how your life should be makes it harder for you to progress to greater heights.
As a teenager in the early 90s, I saw a movie called ‘The Lord of the Flies‘ which was set during unnamed time of war when a plane carrying a group of British schoolboys was shot down over the Pacific. The pilot of the plane was killed, but many of the boys survived the crash and found themselves deserted on an uninhabited island, where they were all alone without adult supervision – no parents, no teachers and no academy.
The story was told of Alexander Graham Bell, the man who invented the telephone. What is not so well known is that long before Bell’s world changing invention, a German school teacher by the name of Reis almost built the telephone.