Personality Finders For my entrepreneurship class I really enjoy tests like Meyers-Briggs, Strengthsfinders, TrueColors, and Enneagram. Every person learns differently and has different ways of taking on a project or challenge. When a person discovers how they work best, they are able to be more efficient in their work. Strength-finding tests are important for … Continue reading Personality Finders
Just as one without wings cannot be trusted upon to teach flight, a leader without values and a life to reflect said values cannot be trusted to guide. A leader leaves room with others feeling valued and respected, and finds joy in other’s success. Continue reading Leadership Philosophy
After completing an investigative inquiry on the relationship between sexual assault and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, I asked myself what a possible solution could be. Psychiatric Service Dogs were a possible solution that I discovered, yet they were not being used in any amount of mass popularity though they proved to be helpful in a victim’s … Continue reading Visible Support for the Invisible Pain: Psychiatric Service Dogs and Sexual Assault Survivors
United? One of the largest religious organizations in the history of the United States has found itself in turmoil. The United Methodist Church (UMC) may not continue to be as united as its title suggests due to infighting between the denomination’s parties and nations it is found in. As the United Methodist Church grows … Continue reading United?
Human beings tend to focus on what differs in a situation rather than what binds two things together. It has been said in a previous article that I read in either this class or philosophy stating that when people begin to look at things they have in common with others, they can find a much … Continue reading Making Conversation-Appiah Reflection
PTSD is often thought to only happen after a sudden, well defined incident. This societal view can be harmful to others whose PTSD was onset due to a long term involvement with an abusive partner or other building trauma. Continue reading A Study of the Correlation Between Sexual Assault and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Binding friendships are needed to change societal habits, and it is not easy to become invested in lives thousands of miles away from one’s own life. Change does not occur because at once, everyone suddenly decides to face the same direction. Change relies on social patterns that begin as friendship. The answer to the question is “slowly”. Humans must begin to learn to focus on what binds them together rather than the geographic entities that separate. Continue reading Societal Habits and Globalization: Change the World