Ten questions you should ask yourself about you!

Find Your Personal Profile
. Are you a hugger or a non-hugger? Why?
. What drives you crazy?
. Are you serious-minded or a jokester? Why?
. Are you more likely to avoid conflict or engage in it head-on? Why?
. What was the most recent compliment you received and savored?
. What’s something about yourself that you hope will change, but that probably never will?
. What’s something about yourself that you hope will never change?
. Are you a leader or a follower? How do you know?
. Are you more of a rule breaker or a rule keeper? Why?
. Would you describe yourself as being sociable or unsociable? Give an example.
Do you like the answers to these top ten questions? If not than change!
It may not be as hard as you think…. For help Changing The Little Things;
Defining Relationships
Relationships describe the emotional connection, or lack of connection, between people. We are social/emotional creatures, and we recognize, respond to, seek out, and develop connections with other people. Relationships are a description of the nature and quality of those connections.
In the same way the Knowledge Taxonomy and the Application Model have helped define knowledge and application, a clear taxonomy for relationships can drive improvement in connections related to learning. The Relationship Framework, created by the International Center, describes seven levels of relationships.