1. There is no such thing as an unmotivated person.
Excerpt from Chase Mielke, "Affective Living"
You might be able to “communicate” with your wife and friends, but if you can’t do the same with your co-workers or boss – you’re actually lacking that “soft skill.”
"If you have an “orchid child,” you are very lucky: If your child is “highly sensitive” – the term for kids who are sensitive to lights, sounds, emotional experiences, and/or new situations — then he probably fits into a category of children known as “orchid” children. This term derives from a groundbreaking new theory captivating the attention of research psychologists. It holds that many children are like dandelions, able to thrive in just about any environment. But others, including highly sensitive kids, are more like orchids. They wilt easily, but if they have good childhoods they can actually do better than dandelion children. They’re often healthier, have better grades, enjoy stronger relationships, and so on. If you want to know more about orchid kids, I’ve written about the subject here and science writer David Dobbs is publishing a book about it in a year. In the meantime, you should know that one leading orchid theory researcher, Jay Belsky of the University of London, explained to me that the parents of orchid kids are very lucky because “the time and effort they invest will actually make a difference. Instead of seeng these kids as vulnerable to adversity, parents should see them as malleable – for worse, but also for better.” -- Susan Cain, Author of "Quiet"
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