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How to create a brand new chapter in your life, at any stage.How to create a brand new chapter in your life, at any stage.

Friday, 18 August 2017 07:02

Looking Back and Moving Forward

Emotional memories are powerful. They serve to guide and inform us as we navigate through the present and prepare for the future. If you’ve ever tasted something spoiled, you recognize one of the ways in which emotional memory protects your future decisions. Unfortunately, sometimes we unintentionally apply that same principle to relationships, such as when an emotional memory cautions us and interferes with the pursuit of having love in our life.

Thursday, 17 August 2017 08:50

7 Steps to Set Your Goals

Setting clear goals is key to living a fulfilling life, and I believe in a few important steps to get things done:Setting clear goals is key to living a fulfilling life, and I believe in a few important steps to get things done:

Wednesday, 16 August 2017 07:02

Why 'Think Positive' Is Dangerous Advice

Optimism without follow-through won’t get you far.Optimism without follow-through won’t get you far.by Melissa Chu, I write about living better, creating great work, and making an impact. Download your guide to achieving your goals at http://jumpstartyourdreamlife.com. photo credit: Joshua EarleWe’re always told by other people to think positive. The key to success is life is to believe, because once you do, you can achieve your goals. Anything is possible when you rely on the power of positive thinking.

We can decide to respond kindly, rather than antagonistically, to one another. We can choose to value people rather than devalue them.We can decide to respond kindly, rather than antagonistically, to one another. We can choose to value people rather than devalue them.by Emily Esfahani Smith, Author of THE POWER OF MEANING: Crafting a Life That Matters. Writer about culture, psychology, and relationships; columnist @NewCriterion, editor @HooverInst 

As a matter of survival, the brain is very sensitive to anything that may be perceived as a threat in our environment. When we become aware of stress that others carry around us, it sends a very clear signal that we too should be worried. This triggers what’s called an “amygdala hijack” where the primitive part of our brain responds in a knee-jerk, defensive, reactive way rather than a mindful, responsive, or reflective way.As a matter of survival, the brain is very sensitive to anything that may be perceived as a threat in our environment. When we become aware of stress that others carry around us, it sends a very clear signal that we too should be worried. This triggers what’s called an “amygdala hijack” where the primitive part of our brain responds in a knee-jerk, defensive, reactive way rather than a mindful, responsive, or reflective way.

What defines a leader? Moreover, what makes an effective leader? From interactive leadership to charisma, the traits that describe a good leader are in part determined by your location.What defines a leader? Moreover, what makes an effective leader? From interactive leadership to charisma, the traits that describe a good leader are in part determined by your location.

Which mind are you, anyway?Which mind are you, anyway?by Drake Baer, Senior writer at Thrive Global covering the brain and social sciences. Yours truly, heading into retreat. “Meditation isn’t a sedative,” my teacher explained. “It’s a laxative.” And if you’re lucky, she added, you get the right things flushed out of you.

A small but intriguing study published in the journal Nature Communications suggests that our brains can create new memories while we sleep, the Washington Post reports. It’s preliminary research, but it’s an interesting new step in understanding the relationship between sleep and memory.A small but intriguing study published in the journal Nature Communications suggests that our brains can create new memories while we sleep, the Washington Post reports. It’s preliminary research, but it’s an interesting new step in understanding the relationship between sleep and memory.

Despite happiness being a primary human motivation, only one in three Americans say they’re very happy.Despite happiness being a primary human motivation, only one in three Americans say they’re very happy.
Several years ago in an interview with Conan O’Brien, Louis C. K. tells of flying on a newly equipped Wi-Fi airplane. He was amazed by the new technology. Until, during the flight, the Wi-Fi went down. Immediately, the man next to him became extremely upset. “As though the world owes this man something he only knew existed 10 seconds ago.”

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