Tag Archives: personality

I Like My Chicken Fried

From time to time I chat about my love of different kinds of music in my Pandora radio station [1].  As a way of testing a theory about work productivity I have been trying to listen to more Pandora as … Continue reading

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Book Review: What Falls From The Sky

What Falls From The Sky:  How I Disconnected from the Internet and Reconnected with the God Who Made the Clouds, by Esther Emery [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Zondervan.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] … Continue reading

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Liker Du Bøker?

I find it striking, and sometimes even a little bit depressing, how much of my life has been spent in books and in book learning.  Last night and this morning, as I was readying my things to bring them with … Continue reading

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Discovering Your Inner Walmartian

I would like to state at the outset that I tend to shop far more often at Target than at Wal-Mart, and I will freely admit that at least part of that reason has to do with snobbery [1].  The … Continue reading

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Book Review: Do What You Are

Do What You Are:  Discover The Perfect Career For You Through The Secrets Of Personality Type, by Paul D. Tieger & Barbara Barron-Tieger As is often the case with a book like this, the authors deliver a bit less than … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Road Back To You

The Road Back To You:  An Enneagram Journey To Self-Discovery, by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile As someone with a great personal interest in personality theory and its larger implications to my own life and how it works [1], … Continue reading

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Book Review: Who Am I?: The Sixteen Basic Desires That Motivate Our Actions And Define Our Personalities

Who Am I?:  The Sixteen Basic Desires That Motivate Our Actions And Define Our Personalities, by Steven Reiss, Ph.D Being someone who reads books on a massive scale, it should come as little surprise that I get a lot of … Continue reading

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On The Awkwardness Of Apologies

Recently a friend of mine with whom I am very active in the musical aspects of our local congregation posted a sermon given by a minister within our denomination about the subject of apologies.  That night, independently, a separate member … Continue reading

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You Don’t See Me

When I lived in Thailand, occasionally I would go to one of the older malls in Chaing Mai to eat Western food and get a haircut and unsuccessfully look for a bookstore [1].  While there I would sit and write … Continue reading

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Book Review: The i Factor

The i Factor:  How Building A Great Relationship With Yourself Is The Key To A Happy, Successful Life, by Van Moody [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookLook/Thomas Nelson Publishing.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] … Continue reading

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