On the next Learning Leadership Skills Through Nature, I’m going to be focusing on conflict resolutions which can be witnessed through chimpanzees. They live in close proximity to each other and exchange grooming, hugs and kisses, which serves to diffuse the chances of future conflict. After fights, the chimp who comes off worse in a conflict is the one who initiates reconciliation.…

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In my never ending quest of reinventing myself and evolving my blog, I thought I would talk about decision making. Especially since I’ve had a lot of life changes lately that involved this. You make decisions roughly based on two different things: growth and fear. Fear-based decisions are things you decide out of fear of the opposite of what you choose. While growth-based decision are typically the hard choices you make to advance yourself.…

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I originally had a Valentine’s makeup tutorial that I was going to post today but everything just went royally wrong with it. But I did film a house build for my gaming channel, that is inspired by the holiday. It’s a super small house good for one sim that has a lot of pinks and reds, as well as flowers and is in the shape of a heart. So I hope you enjoy this build instead.…

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There are a few things that you need to consider before getting a new little furry friend. You need to take into consideration every aspect that will come with that new friend. From what your schedule is to how much time you’re going to spend interacting with that pet. Every type of animal require different level of care and interaction. And none of this should be done on an impulse as often you’ll make the wrong decision or think you’re over your head. For instance, on Easter a lot of children are given bunnies without the parent thinking about everything that will go into taken after of it. Or their kid might not be into their new little friend once it becomes a full grown rabbit. So what are all the things you need to consider before getting yourself a furry little friend?…

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In the next part of the “Learning Leadership Skills Through Nature” series, I’m going to be focusing on coordination through ocras, or killer whales as they are more commonly called. Orcas are one of the most dangerous predators that roam the seas. They hunt almost anything from seals to penguins to other whales even ones bigger than they are. Hence the nickname Killer Whale. …

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