perception

As a psychologist and human behavior expert who spends much of her time in the entertainment world, the mistakes seem obvious
We can see the world as grim or grand. It's up to each of us to decide.
Walk the path of a positive, grateful perception and you will feel the difference and attract more of which you want in this life.
"I feel like a total phony" one of my girlfriends uttered as we were catching up over chai tea at a local café. Jo has been running her own accounting business for a few years now and has finally come to realize that she doesn't have to pretend to be someone else.
As our biases are our perceptual filters, they dictate so much of what we do, and they can limit the full range of what we observe and take in, impacting both our behavior and our success.
My name is Adam Constantine. I am a Christian, son, brother, friend, college graduate, former professional athlete, higher education professional and unique content creator. But if you pass me on the street, does that even matter? To some, I'm an angry black man looking for handouts and waiting to cause trouble.
A bizarre mistake hints at a more general flaw in human perception.
I would have to answer only if we care to look through eyes of love. We don't know if she's smiling or crying. Whether her
I was struck by the depth of her hue. The flawless, velvet nature of her skin commanded my attention. There was something evocative about this image. For me, it captured the essence of beauty, majesty, stillness and groundedness.
Stress-management, nap and meditation rooms are fast becoming an integral part of most forward thinking businesses. We can make friends with stress, increase our stress response, develop a higher level of adaptability, and the result of such change has a far-reaching effect on every aspect of ourselves, each other and our world.