The Power of What We Believe … A Marketing Lesson

Published by Behavioral Scientist … February 20, 2018

We Forget That Everything Is Relative By and

http://behavioralscientist.org/forget-everything-relative/

A valuable lesson learned, so thanks for sharing!

KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER

Advocate Innovator Entrepreneur Founder Author Artist Speaker

Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

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February 28, 2018

 

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Mister Rogers, “One of the first things a child learns in a healthy family is trust …” Sadly, when children don’t learn trust, they learn …

Thank you Mister Rogers!

Sadly, when children don’t learn trust, they learn to not trust … they learn to be fearful, prejudiced, and therefore disrespectful … to hurt first and ask questions later … this I know as truth too.

On another note, check this out! Mister Rogers was then awarded $$$ by the government … so it will be interesting to see what support “Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle” can secure for its school, community, and prison programs

KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER

Advocate Innovator Entrepreneur Founder Author Artist Speaker

Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

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February 27, 2018

American Leaders … Time To Step Up and Protect The School Children

Schools already have enough problems among the students … undernourishment, neglect fallout, not enough resources, laptops, books, etc. to do the work, cliques, ostracizing, bullying, abuse, and violence … so please leadership, do what you can do not to add to the burdens of children … and those responsible for them.

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier

And from a teacher’s perspective …

KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER

Advocate Innovator Entrepreneur Founder Author Artist Speaker

Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

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February 24, 2018

Humble … The Trick Is Understanding Your Worth

Been seeing posts on being humble, so I have shared a link and its definitions, yet I am also going to share my perspective …
 
There are a lot of contradictory words listed below, but my experience has taught me this … when a person tries to step out and be an individual, especially one different from the pack one comes from, the pack will often attempt to push such a person back down with words like, “Who do you think you are?, “Arrogant, aren’t you?” “Big ego, how do you hold your big head up?” “You should humble yourself because you are no better than anyone else.”
 
I also know from experience those who have been pushed down a lot often have to develop a large ego just to keep getting back up, that is, until as I discovered later in life, I do not have to justify being myself because I am just as entitled as everyone else to respect … being valued … simply for being a life.
 
People don’t have to like me, approve of me, etc., and I don’t have to like them, approve of them etc. either, but I will not cut people down, try to make them feel small or insignificant in order to make myself feel better because I don’t have to anymore because I know better now.
 
I also learned psychologists know recovering from what I went through is unlikely for many.
 
Yes, I have had to deal with the inflated ego I developed because of how badly broken my heart and spirit had become because otherwise I would not still be alive. It’s been a long process that took a lot of personal work and healing. God helped me though through the hardest parts when no one else could or would and when I could no longer help myself. He helped me to really believe that I am valuable too, just as He helped me to believe in the work He put in my heart to do … to help everyone … believers or not … to realize that every life is valuable … worthy of respect … and that each person needs to discover what their unique purpose is and to fulfill that purpose regardless of what others think, judge, or condemn … because it is not a person’s judgment we face at the end of our lives … it’s ours … and if you are a believer … His.
 

 KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER

Advocate Innovator Entrepreneur Founder Author Artist Speaker

Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

February 23, 2018
 
 
humble
ˈhəmbəl/
adjective
adjective: humble; comparative adjective: humbler; superlative adjective: humblest
 
1.
having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s own importance.
“he was humble about his stature as one of rock history’s most influential guitarists”
synonyms: meek, deferential, respectful, submissive, diffident, self-effacing, unassertive; More
unpresuming, modest, unassuming, self-deprecating;
subdued, chastened
“her bearing was humble”
antonyms: proud, overbearing
(of an action or thought) offered with or affected by a modest estimate of one’s own importance.
“my humble apologies”
2.
of low social, administrative, or political rank.
“she came from a humble, unprivileged background”
synonyms: lowly, working-class, lower-class, poor, undistinguished, mean, modest, ignoble, low-born, plebeian, underprivileged; More
common, ordinary, simple, inferior, unremarkable, insignificant, inconsequential
“a humble background”
antonyms: noble
(of a thing) of modest pretensions or dimensions.
“he built the business empire from humble beginnings”
synonyms: modest, plain, simple, ordinary, unostentatious, unpretentious
“my humble abode”
antonyms: grand
 
verb
verb: humble; 3rd person present: humbles; past tense: humbled; past participle: humbled; gerund or present participle: humbling
 
1.
lower (someone) in dignity or importance.
“I knew he had humbled himself to ask for my help”
synonyms: humiliate, abase, demean, lower, degrade, debase; mortify, shame, abash;
informal cut down to size, deflate, make eat humble pie, take down a peg or two, settle someone’s hash, make eat crow
“he had to humble himself to ask for my help”

“TED” … It’s All About “Ideas Worth Spreading”

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GOOD LUCK!!!

KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER

Advocate Innovator Entrepreneur Founder Author Artist Speaker

Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

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February 23, 2018

 

 

Violence Diminishes when “Respect Levels” Rise … Raise Yours to Help

I just applied to do a TED Talk to take the “Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle” concept to the global audience so they can discover why, how, and what they can do to make “Respect” their foundational belief, regardless of their other foundational beliefs, such as religion, politics, sex, etc., way of speaking and acting in their circles of influences so everyone knows they matter … whatever their skin color, background, social status, financial worth, and any other discriminatory category/label someone wants to segregate and devalue them with …

… because people who truly value … respect themselves, also value … respect others … and they have no desire or need to make others feel small or to harm them.

Maybe enough people are finally ready to listen to discover what they can personally do to make the needed changes. I sure hope so, but regardless, I will keep on until they are.

KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER

Founder President Author Speaker Artist

Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

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February 20, 2018

Albert Einstein, Curiosity, and Realizing Our Potential

I didn’t understand why, with all the knowledge and wisdom humanity has, why had we not yet solved so many of our social problems … and this question set me on a quest of many years to discover why and what could be done about it … and the result developed “Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle” concept as a global initiative.

It’s amazing what curiosity and the passion to help others can do … no matter who you are.

Learn more by reading this shared article by clicking on the link below …

https://www.inc.com/marcel-schwantes/this-1-simple-way-of-thinking-separates-smartest-people-from-everyone-else.html

February 19, 2018

KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER

Founder President Author Speaker Artist

Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle

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