In the past years, I started collecting virtual lists of therapeutic films I started sharing here. I think I need to reorganize that initiative and extend the criteria and the categories that I include, especially since my recommendations have been well received by my former clients (I’m not doing consulting work anymore since I got… Read More As They Made Us (2022) by Mayim Bialik. Review by Marcus Victor Grant
The 20th of November is entrepreneur’s day. American entrepreneur Lawrence Levels argues why, by 2035, more than 1 billion digital nomads will live on Earth, meaning freelancers and entrepreneurs who will travel as a lifestyle, working from anywhere on their online businesses. As a freelancer myself and working with other freelancers, I have lately become… Read More Surely, Dear Collectivity, from A Freelancer Full of Verve
– Why do you give your phone number if you don’t answer it anyway? – For people to have the illusion that I am available and to think I am doing them a favor by giving them my personal number. But, of course, the downside is that there are some who, damn it, even call!… Read More 10 Mind Traps That Freelancing SALES Professionals Believe They Are Entitled To. Find Out Now the Truths That Will Set You Free! Part 2.
I’m considered a rather insistent fellow. I don’t easily take “no” as a definitive response. It depends on the issue and the available time, but in most cases, I insist until I obtain the answer I wish. I noticed the main difference does not only start from my attitude but mostly from my negotiation skills.… Read More How Easily Do You Conform to “No”?
Scientific abstract This dissertation paper is comprised of: (a) An analytical and critical approach to the following concepts specific to the psychology of the personality: Self-Esteem Level (SEL), Self-Esteem Stability (SES), Self-Confidence (SC), respect, Self-Respect (SR), ego, narcissism, Frame Of Reference (FOR), ego strength, pride, character, risk-taking, thinking scenario (TS), motivation direction – in the… Read More The Psychometric Measurement of the Self-Esteem
Today I’ve decided to write about something a little bit more abstract and significantly impacts each of our lives. So my notion of respect might be rather particular. I think each person, as a human being, deserves respect as a default right. Of course, rights can sometimes be suspended, but never a priori. I do… Read More Respect