Spock or Troi: Which Are You?

Are you a thinker or a feeler? Well, of course you are both. We all use our brains to logically analyze problems, employ cause-and-effect reasoning, and distinguish between what is true and what is false. Likewise, we all use our hearts to empathize with others, make emotional connections with people, and evaluate between actions that... Continue Reading →

Where Do You Get Your Information?

Much has been written lately about the segmentation of media. People have more choices than ever about where to get their news: besides the traditional outlets of TV and newspapers, consumers can now view blogs, web sites, social media, podcasts, and more. And as the options grow, people are increasingly choosing information that matches their own... Continue Reading →

On Extraverts and Introverts and Energy

What do you think of when you hear the word "extravert"? Usually people say "talkative," "outgoing," or "enthusiastic." How about "introvert"? Do you think "quiet," "shy," "likes to be alone"? These are the common stereotypes about extraverted and introverted people. But let's face it: stereotypes exist because there is usually some grain of truth to... Continue Reading →

What Does It Mean to Be Savvy?

What does it mean to be "savvy"? The dictionary definition says that to be "savvy" means to be "shrewd and knowledgeable; having common sense and good judgment." We all like to think that we are knowledgeable and have common sense. But as you have probably noticed, different people have different areas of knowledge, and they may have... Continue Reading →

How Are You Savvy?

We all have areas in our lives that we instinctively seem to excel at more than other folks. Some people may relish working a room and making small talk, while others can concentrate on individual tasks with incredible focus. Details and precision may come easily to you, or you may be great at brainstorming new and... Continue Reading →

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