Category Archives: cognitive dissonance

The Power of Vulnerability – by Dr. Brene’ Brown


Vulnerability is not something we usually associate with being powerful.  Quite the opposite in fact.  Yet, it is indeed one of our greatest strengths as human beings.  It is where we connect the deepest with ourselves and others.  It perhaps is the core … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Confident and Cocky


Originally posted on UXL Blog:
At first glance, confidence and arrogance share many of the same trademarks: head held high, an ability to dive in and speak up, and a sense of pride in accomplishments. Upon deeper examination, however, arrogance and confidence…

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