We live in a world today where we plan almost everything. Our calendars are scheduled months and even years in advance. With a quick look at our phone or asking Alexa, we can find answers to most of the questions we have in life. Our expectations are most often fulfilled before we even fully understand them.
Psychologists say most people form impressions of others within the first four minutes of meeting them, and 80 percent of those first impressions are based on nonverbal behavior. Making a dignified entrance at an event might just be more important than the conversations you have later.
It is pretty amazing when you think about it. We eat food and that food is transferred into energy and keeps our body healthy and moving. On a daily basis,…
As we continue in the season of Lent we consider the unexpected miracles that come with self-reflection. Self-reflection is when we have a willingness to look deep within.
Not long ago we had a day of 50 plus mph winds in Indy. Trees were tossed about and thousands lost power. While all this commotion was going on the sailboats in the White River were tossed about.