The day I learned how to forgive someone truly. I learned how to live again. Frieda Lopez Forgiveness. One of the many acts in morality is one of the most gracious and greatest gifts one can provide. Just like the many morale slogans made to remind us how to complete these acts. Like “Don’t DoContinue reading “What Does Forgiveness Look Like?”
Do you remember when you were a kid, and someone began to ignore you for whatever childish reason back then? And when they were over whatever they were upset with you about, you would do the same thing? Do you find yourself making the same habit as an adult? The truth is this is perfectlyContinue reading “The Subliminal Conditioning in Peer to Peer Interaction”
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Stereotyping and discrimination are far more common than we like to admit. As my direct look at this issue was an incident, I worked for the Business team with Sprint in Houston, TX. If I knew what I know now, I could have probably won the lawsuit the first time around. However, if that were the case, I wouldn’t freely discuss this due to non-disclosure agreements. Dissecting the incident a lot more closely can have a more empathetic understanding on something that almost hindered my personal growth with the understanding of the concept in life coaching called the “Map of Our World.” Which in today’s blog discusses where the act of discrimination comes from. And the types of acts of discrimination you should take note of.