Have you ever wanted to HACK the personality and brain of other people? Vannessa Van Edwards did that for us in her book CAPTIVATE. As much as I LOVE the Myers Briggs personality tests, after reading the book "Captivate", I have a torn heart. Vannessa (I'm sure she doesn't mind me calling her by her first name) was able to narrow down five distinct personality traits that allow for a better way to hack the personalities of every individual we come across in our day to day life.
They say that most people never get a job relevant to their degree after college. Well, now that I’m finally graduate after six long grueling years, I can finally move onto my real passion Becoming a Taxi Driver. I learned a lot through the years in college. I learned that coffee is essential to life,… Continue reading Thank You – Graduation (throwback)
There's a knock at the door. When that happens it's usually one of two people, the food delivery guy, or an Amazon package. Most of the time, it's an Amazon package. I'm a notorious orderer of online goodies. But the thing is, it's only known by me, and my roommate.
"The Stoic Mask" The Mask of Masculinity by Lewis Howes Howes explores the idea of how men put up psychological "walls" from other people in order to seem strong, capable, and competent. Growing up in a world where being "cool" was a huge deal in middle and high school, I have found that in the… Continue reading “The Stoic Mask”
I've been enlightened. Lewis Howes has rocked my world in introducing such an amazing book on the topic of what it means to be a man in a world where men are seen in a certain light, regarded in certain ways dependant on their culture or upbringing. There are only a few books that I've… Continue reading “The Mask of Masculinity” – Lewis Howes
No one wants to speak to a robot, so embrace your weirdness and allow yourself to make mistakes. Eventually, you'll just get better, but you have to allow yourself the opportunity to just say something rather than hold back and risk an "imperfect" conversation.
Being a bonafide introvert myself, I know that us introverts have somewhat of a unique perspective in our day to day actions. About 50% of Americans are introverts believe it or not and you can bet that most, if not all, need their recharge time after "people" engagement. I've met many introverts ranging from the ones you thought all along were extroverts and ones who just hate being around people altogether and never in their lives would be caught dead at a party over 2 people.