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Happy New Year Everyone! As we close the book on 2020 and begin to write a new story for 2021, I wanted to share a song and artist that has been very…
wanted to share a Christmas Blessing from the late John O’Donohue this year. His writing continues to inspire and motivate me to become a better version of myself. He makes sense…
Many years ago, I did go through a period of time where my work wasn’t necessarily inspiring. However, I always believed it would eventually get better. Rule number one: if you don’t…

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Chapter 1 – Positive Intelligence and PQ Your mind is your best friend, but it is also your worst enemy. Positive Intelligence measures the relative strength of these two modes of your…
PART ONE Chapter 1 – Setting Up the Equation Happiness is the absence of unhappiness Happiness your default state Success is not an essential prerequisite to happiness While success doesn’t lead to…
  “We must fight the tendency to sleepwalk through our lives, and awaken. This is the fundamental aspect of the Hero’s Journey.”   Insight #1: There are no mistakes, only lessons. There…

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The primary purpose of this on line inventory is to educate the public about the five factor model of personality and to explain the likely consequences of oneÕs standing on five broad personality domains.

The Stanford-Binet test is a examination meant to gauge intelligence through five factors of cognitive ability. These five factors include fluid reasoning, knowledge, quantitative reasoning, visual-spatial processing and working memory.

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