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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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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This is a skill I’ve been working on for years. As it’s helpful when you’re applying for jobs or trying to meet new people. Now that’s not to say that all introverts are shy and private, while all extroverts are outgoing and talkative. But that’s the stereotype of each. I am an introvert so I recharge when I’m alone, prefer one-on-one conversations, have few relationships but they are really in depth, don’t like attention, and share ideas when prompted. And there’s nothing wrong with that. But sometimes you need to fake being an extrovert in different circumstances.

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Continuing on my Learning Leadership Skills Through Nature series, I’m going to be focusing on teamwork from the lions. As they are very well known for working as teams on all levels from fighting against intruders, controlling territories, and for hunting. Territories are often held by several males in coalitions. They are also a universal symbol of power and strength. The females work together during hunts to bring down elephants and other large animals. They need to be calculated and work together to ensure the hunt goes well. If it doesn’t that can be the difference between life and death for them. Males also assist with big kills and protection of the territory.…

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On the next article of Learning Through Nature, we’re going to be focusing on focus. Which we can learn from the eagle. As they have the ability to focus on something up to five kilometers away. Once their prey is within site, the eagle narrows in their focus and sets out to get it. No matter the obstacle, the eagle will not move his focus from the prey until he grabs it.…

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