Mentor or Mentor Not. There Is No Try

"Always pass on what you have learned" - Yoda I went to a panel discussion the other day about mentorship and discovered that many people had a hard time figuring out who they could define as mentors in their life. Some mentioned coaches, supervisors, co-workers, but others were stumped and asked the question, "How do... Continue Reading →

To Fix or Not to Fix

While watching the World Series, I heard one of the announcers talk about a pitcher saying that if his mechanics are working and he's throwing strikes, he shouldn't change anything. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" is a phrase almost every athlete has heard from either a family member, coach, or teammate. But, is... Continue Reading →

Nostalgia: Memory or Motivation?

This morning, I was listening to a podcast called Hidden Brain, which is produced by NPR and can be found here. The discussion surrounded nostalgia and how it has come to change. In Clay Routledge's book, "Nostalgia: A Psychological Resource", the author discusses the origin of the word. Originally and very simply put, the word was... Continue Reading →

Modeling. No, not that kind, role modeling

by Cathlyn Pistolas Who do you look up to? Why does that person come to mind? The person or people that you look up to should be good role models. On the other hand, who is looking up to you? What behaviors are you modeling for others so that they want to look up to... Continue Reading →

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