Are You an Author-ity? © Judy H. Wright www.ArtichokePress.com The easiest way to become an expert, specialist, power to be reckoned with, a person of influence and someone deemed to know what they are talking about–in other words, an authority–is
Unlocking the Benefits of Writing by Keeping a Journal or Notebook In today's fast-paced world, finding moments of reflection and self-expression can be challenging. However, one simple practice has stood the test of time and continues to provide countless
How do you feel about being criticized? Do you know the difference between criticism and feedback? Criticism is and ask and often offered with an agenda. Feedback is something you ask for you retain the right to use it or not.
Overcome Negative Self Talk with Encouragement © Judy H. Wright, www.ArtichokePress.com How do you typically define yourself? Do you tell yourself as well as others that you are disorganized, financially challenged or simply not good enough? What You Think About,
The Power of Motivational Posters and Reminders: Fueling Inspiration in Your Home, Office, and Gym In a world filled with distractions and challenges, creating environments that inspire and motivate us to reach our full potential is crucial. One effective way
As mortal beings, our time on this Earth is finite. While we may not like to dwell on our mortality, we must consider the legacy we leave behind. One powerful way to ensure that our wisdom, values, and love endure
Positive words have a powerful impact on children’s confidence and self-esteem. When children receive positive feedback, they feel valued and appreciated, and it helps them believe in themselves. Use specific, descriptive language when praising your child so they understand what behaviors or actions you’re praising.
Encouraging words help children develop resilience, which is the ability to bounce back from setbacks or adversity. When kids hear phrases like “I believe in you” or “You’re capable of handling this,” they are more likely to persevere through difficult situations and learn from their mistakes.
Writing about your life can help you understand yourself better. It can help you see the patterns in your life, identify the themes that run through it, and make sense of your choices.