Something I really enjoyed!
My temperament test results have always been a bit perplexing.
The first time I ever took the test was with my FOCUS team at Benedictine College. We took it at the start of the year to have a better understanding of how we all were wired in order to facilitate stronger teamwork, better dialogue, greater empathy, etc.
Temperaments are distinct from personality and more specifically refer to our natural preferences and tendencies; to how we react to things.
- Sanguine – the life of the party, enthusiastic, fun-loving, outgoing.
- Melancholic – the perfectionist, sensitive, thoughtful, quiet.
- Choleric – the natural leader. determined, energetic, goal-oriented.
- Phlegmatic – the peacemaker, easy-going, calm, chill.
That year, one girl on my team scored highly Sanguine while another was very Melancholic. My results basically implied a was an equal split of all four traits across the board. I remember coming away from that meeting a bit alarmed…
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A wonderful story of a talented young man. Definitely worth sharing.
Awhile ago I put up a video on my twitter (@LordRecord) titled ‘How I got saved in 60 seconds..’. The response was amazing, but everyone was saying the same thing. ‘We need the full story!!!’. So twitter this one is for you, and yes that baby in the picture is me 🙂
Where it all Began
I wasn’t one who was raised in church, not at all. I was actually born an accident (which I found out later) and as with many accidents or anything you’re unprepared for, It can cause a lot of problems. My parents didn’t really see eye to eye and separated when I was very young. Young enough not to remember what my dad looked like growing up, I don’t even remember ever seeing a picture of him or anything. All I knew is that I was named after him. That’s right, I’m Sterling…
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Eat 3 Whole Eggs After Your Workout
This just might be the key to serious muscle growth
What you eat after you lift can be just as important as the work you’re putting in at the gym. But your regular post-workout shake might not be doing your muscles any favors. Consuming protein along with other nutrients in whole food sources may be more effective at sparking muscle growth than just eating protein. Eating three whole eggs, totaling 18 grams (g) protein and 17 g fat, within thirty minutes after a workout is better than powder protein. Whole egg consumption sparks significantly greater protein fiber repair and recovery than eating the egg whites. That is key to building bigger and stronger muscles.
The yolk contains fats, including the omega-3 fatty acid DHA, vitamins, like vitamins A, D, E, and K, and minerals, like phosphorus and iron. (The egg whites, while matched…
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