The other day I was reading the results of a Gallup study of 5,000 American adults. The findings support the argument of “using your strengths”. The more you utilize your strengths the more positive you feel and protected your are from negative emotions and physical pain. Of the people who used their strengths 10+ hours 84% reported more happiness, flet well-rested, were treated with respect, smiled or laughed and learned something.
This was received from my colleague and I thought I would share his comments.
My actions speak louder than even my beliefs
Dr. Ron Bonnstetter
Groucho Marx once said, “Those are my principles, and if you don’t like them… well, I have others…”. This line begs the question: What happens to us when our actions come in conflict with our beliefs? Do we buckle to pressure and in the process actually change our beliefs, or