Habits. The Good, the Bad and the Essential

By Christopher Saleh May 9, 2016   It’s been said that humans are creatures of habit. The definition of habit according to the dictionary is: an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary.[i]   We subconsciously develop these habits to eliminate using critical thinking and logical decision making out of performing […]

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This is the #1 Way To Have a Happier, Longer Life

Turns out we’re all doing a lot of things wrong Source: This is the #1 Way To Have a Happier, Longer Life Eric Barker writes Barking Up the Wrong Tree. Turns out we’re all doing a lot of things wrong  Who wants to live a happy, healthy, long life? Yeah, everybody. Turns out an incredible […]

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3 Secrets for Being More Confident, Backed by Research – Times

Turns out, it’s all about self-compassion Source: 3 Secrets for Being More Confident, Backed by Research Times magazine website and Eric Barker writes Barking Up the Wrong Tree. Turns out, it’s all about self-compassion Want to know how to be more confident? There’s an easy answer: Don’t. Yeah, it’s a trick question. But we’ve all […]

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Valentine’s Post – The Biology of Attraction

Much of courtship and mating is choreographed by nature. In fact, nature designed men and women to work together. By Helen E. Fisher, published on April 1, 1993 – last reviewed on October 31, 2011 In an apocryphal story, a colleague once turned to the great British geneticist J.B.S. Haldane, and said, “Tell me, Mr. […]

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Help Your Team Manage Stress, Anxiety, and Burnout

Prioritize their personal development. It can be tough enough to manage your own stress. But how can you, as a manager, help the members of your team handle their feelings of stress, burnout, or disengagement? Because work is getting more demanding and complex, and because many of us now work in 24/7 environments, anxiety and burnout are […]

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What Is the Difference Between Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation?

Source Psychology.about.com Question: What Is the Difference Between Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation? Why do we do the things we do? What is it the drives our behaviors? Psychologists have proposed some different ways of thinking about motivation, including one method that involves looking at whether motivation arises from outside (extrinsic) or inside (intrinsic) the individual. […]

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The Most Famous Social Psychology Experiments Ever Performed

Social psychologists have performed many famous (and sometimes controversial) studies. Learn more about some of the most notorious experiments. Source: The Most Famous Social Psychology Experiments Ever Performed Please like & share:

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Nine Things Successful People Do Differently

Heidi Grant Halvorson FEBRUARY 25, 2011 Why have you been so successful in reaching some of your goals, but not others? If you aren’t sure, you are far from alone in your confusion. It turns out that even brilliant, highly accomplished people are pretty lousy when it comes to understanding why they succeed or fail. […]

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The New Science of Customer Emotions

Scott MagidsAlan ZorfasDaniel Leemon FROM THE NOVEMBER 2015 ISSUE A better way to drive growth and profitability When companies connect with customers’ emotions, the payoff can be huge. Consider these examples: After a major bank introduced a credit card for Millennials that was designed to inspire emotional connection, use among the segment increased by 70% […]

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The Authentic Power Guidelines

The Authentic Power Guidelines Authentic Power is the alignment of your personality with your soul. The Guidelines for Creating Authentic Power show you step by step how to use your experiences to grow spiritually. Change yourself instead of trying to change others. Make all your relationships substantive, deep, and joyful! Benefits of Authentic Power Deeper […]

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