Category Archives: Imspiration
In my last post, I discussed how the right amount of anxiety can enhance performance. So, how can you manage your anxiety to keep it at an optimum level?
I’ve written about the daily activities of a mental health counselor, and future posts will address more in detail the duties of a mental health counselor. However, what I HAVEN’T written about yet is how it FEELS. You know, what … Continue reading
Recently I (successfully) defended my oral exams as part of my doctoral program. The experience was very stressful, but not for reasons you may think. I wasn’t stressed because I was going to be presenting a 50-page paper to my … Continue reading
Unhappy with your Current Job? Here’s What Your Employer Doesn’t Want You To Know about Online Classes (Part II)
Now that we have an idea of how a bad job can affect you negatively, what do we do about it? Let me start by sharing my own personal transformation.
Unhappy with your Current Job? Here’s What Your Employer Doesn’t Want You To Know about Online Classes (Part I)
Studies show that career satisfaction is very important. Since we spend the majority of our waking hours at our jobs, how we feel about them and how they affect us can have a great impact on us, and by extension, … Continue reading
I’ve always enjoyed intimate, one-on-one conversations rather than “small talk” in a large group. I used to think it was because I was shy, but now I realize that’s just how I’m wired. I find large group discussions to be … Continue reading
Inspiration comes in many forms for people. Some individuals respond to exercise, while others might respond to affirmations or scripture. If you are a counselor, you might find the following 27 Android apps motivational for yourself or for your clients, … Continue reading