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What Does Your Body Language Say About You? How To Read Signs and Recognize Gestures - Jinxi Boo - Jinxi Boo - Nightly Art by LaetitziaAs we all know, communication is essential in society. Advancements in technology have transformed the way that we correspond with others in the modern world. Because of the constant buzz in our technological world, it's easy to forget how important communicating face-to-face is. Body language is truly a language of its own. 10% from what the person actually says40% from the tone and speed of voice50% is from their body language. Lowering one's head can signal a lack of confidence. Pushing back one's shoulders can demonstrate power and courageOpen arms means one is comfortable with being approached and willing to talk/communicate The lowering of the eyes can convey fear, guilt or submissionLowered eyebrows and squinted eyes illustrate an attempt at understanding what is being said or going onA lack of confidence or apprehensiveness can be displayed when you don't look another person in the eyesOne tends to blink more often if nervous or trying to evaluate someone else

Common Careers for Personality Types Research has shown that many of the different Personality Types tend to have distinct preferences in their choice of careers. We have incorporated observations of each type's character traits which affect career choice along with some suggestions for possible directions. We have also included lists of actual careers which the various types have chosen in their lives. This material is provided for your reference, and is intended to be an informational guide.

Personality Pathways - MyersBriggs Criticism, Cheerleading, and Negativity - Nightly There is the perception, particularly in American culture, that criticism and negativity go hand-in-hand. We understand well the idea of being in favor or something, or against something, but we don’t particularly understand how criticism fits into this dichotomy. As someone with a penchant for criticism, I’ve often found myself misjudged as “being negative” when mere complaint is furthest from my intention. I’m here to explain myself and people like me. Criticism Is Not Negativity The reason a person is critical of a thing is because he is passionate about that thing. Negativity, in contrast, is not the product of passion. “That sucks” is negativity. Nobody Wants To Cook For A Chef Friends who are professional chefs (or even accomplished amateurs) describe a social phenomenon. As my own taste in spirits and beer have matured, I’ve experienced a variation on the above. A critic can certainly reduce her criticism to “good” or “bad”, but there’s far more context and nuance at work.

Welcome to Personality Type! Below are four questions, and descriptions of two different lists of personality "preferences." Both lists have their own strengths and blindspots. BOTH are equally valuable -- NEITHER one is better or worse than the other. Read both sets of descriptions for Question #1 and decide which list -- as a whole - describes you better (even if just a little better). Continue with the other three questions and hit the "Discover Your Type" button for your results. We all feel like Introverts sometimes and Extraverts at other times, depending on the situation and how much time we've spent alone vs. with lots of people. Extravert You get energized by activity, people, variety and talking and when you are at social gatherings and probably prefer to talk to lots of people about a wide range of topics. Introvert Your best ideas often come after you've let them "percolate" for a while inside your head. Hopefully now you have more confidence about your natural "preference" on this scale. Sensor Intuitive

:: Authentic Happiness :: Using the new Positive Psychology Social learning theory Social Learning Theory from notes on Ormond's Human Learning [ref: Ormrod, J.E. (1999). Human learning (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.] Social learning theory focuses on the learning that occurs within a social context . General principles of social learning theory follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. How the environment reinforces and punishes modeling: People are often reinforced for modeling the behavior of others . 1, The observer is reinforced by the model . 2. 3. 4. Contemporary social learning perspective of reinforcement and punishment: 1. 2. 3. Cognitive factors in social learning: Social learning theory has cognitive factors as well as behaviorist factors (actually operant factors). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Behaviors that can be learned through modeling: Many behaviors can be learned , at least partly , through modeling. Conditions necessary for effective modeling to occur: 1. 2. 3. 4. Effects of modeling on behavior: Modeling teaches new behaviors. Self efficacy:

Summer Jobs+ "America’s young people face record unemployment, and we need to do everything we can to make sure they’ve got the opportunity to earn the skills and a work ethic that come with a job. It’s important for their future, and for America’s.” –President Obama President Obama issued a challenge to businesses, non-profits, and government: Work together to provide pathways to employment for low-income and disconnected youth. Building off the 2012 Summer Jobs+ program, President Obama has announced Youth Jobs+ that will bring together elected officials, local businesses, non-profit organizations and faith institutions to create pathways to employment for young Americans. Connect with participating job posting websites to find jobs, internships and other employment opportunities in your area: List corporate mentorship experiences, internship, and other opportunities that connect young people to jobs.

Quintessential Careers: College, Careers, and Jobs Guide SARCASM IN RELATIONSHIPS - Nightly Sarcasm – a mocking or ironic remark (American Heritage Dictionary) Irony – the use of words to convey the opposite of their literal meaning (American Heritage Dictionary) Sarcasm is a large component of social interaction and conversation. To demonstrate a sense of humor, people frequently use sarcasm as a means of “breaking the ice” during initial encounters with others. People also use sarcasm as a means of being comedic with groups of friends. Sarcasm is an indirect form of speech intentionally used to produce a particular dramatic effect on the listener (McDonald, 1999, p. 486). Many people relate sarcasm to irony, but there is a big difference between the two. The subject of sarcasm is complex because many factors are involved. Negative sarcasm, where positively worded utterances convey negative attitudes, is used frequently in everyday language. Sarcasm has been found to be “morphologically simpler and more flexible to use than direct forms” (McDonald, 1999, 487). *Question 2.

Find Summer Jobs, Camp Jobs, Vacation Jobs and Seasonal Employment with™ 15 Indispensable Career and Job-Search Books Printer-Friendly Version by Katharine Hansen, Ph.D. What if you were limited to just over a dozen books about career and job search to guide you? Which ones are the most crucial? This limitation really exists for lots of people. Books aren't cheap, and they take up space. Here are Quintessential Careers' picks for the 15 most indispensable career and job-search books: Best of the rest: We were not able to vet the career and job-search books on the list below; however, they were nominated as indispensable by career experts, coaches, and authors: Final Thoughts on the Top Career and Job-Search Books for Job-Seekers While it's nice to think of a library of 15 outstanding books that cover job search and career from soup to nuts, careerists are fortunate to have a list of 96 books recommended to them by top career experts. Maximize your career and job-search knowledge and skills!

Eye Tricks - Nightly There is a trick you can do with your eyes in order to subliminally influence a person. It's described a few paragraphs below. But most of the techniques covered here are about how to watch for reactions in people's eyes in order to gain some insight into what's happening in their minds. So let's look at what you can determine from watching someone else's eyes. Basic Observation If you watch and note what people are watching, along with any reactions they have to what they see, you can learn a lot about them. Eyes and Subliminal Tricks Here's a simple experiment you can try right now. Practice this a bit and you can make your pupils instantly larger at will just by imagining certain scenes. You probably already knew that your pupils get smaller in bright light and larger when it gets darker, but they also grow larger when you are aroused, interested and receptive. This is not exclusively a sexual response. Now, how would you respond to what you see in another's eyes?

Quick BIOs of each of the MBTIs by jaedabee Nov 24