Inner peace is not boring because it does not remove or replace or shift or change your personality. It just allows you to accept it.
Seating arrangements affect persuasion by activating fundamental needs: Circular seating highlights the need to belong, whereas angular arrangements prime the desire to be unique.
Attention: Bright colors are dancing. Listen, don´t talk. ...
Yes, you read correctly: I am saying list all the reasons you feel thankless and ungrateful. It's a mental exercise that may prove to be very eye opening.
For a more time-intensive expression of gratitude try this: When was the last time you thought about someone who made an impact on your life? This person could have been your parent or grandparent, a teacher, a coach, a business mentor, or anyone.
Most of the patients who I have taught this simple technique to describe better sleep, better decision making capability and other long-lasting health benefits.
"It began in mystery, and it will end in mystery, but what a savage & beautiful country lies in between." This beautiful quote by poet Diane Ackerm...
When we make space for depression to be there, we can make linkages and better understand what causes it. When we become more aware of these causes, we can do what we need to feel better. Finally, we can be intentional around living our lives despite the presence of depression.
"It's not a black and white world," my boss told me. "There's a lot of gray, and you need to focus on it first if you want to get promoted here."
Fears we face in the external world are actually providing insight into our internal worlds. If we listen to fear's messages, we can turn what appears to be negative into a positive experience by allowing fear to help us recognize the moments it comes into our lives and why.
In a 2008 experiment, two French social psychologists had a handsome young Frenchman named Antoine approach 240 randomly selected women and ask them for their phone numbers so they could go on a date.
Co-authored by Michael Dello "Oh what a void there is in things." - Persius In The Life You Can Save, The Most Good You Can Do and his hugely s...
So while I may still find myself in a crappy mood from time to time, it hardly seems worth thinking about, let alone trying to fix it by figuring it out, tapping it away, or medicating it into oblivion. This too will pass, and remembrance of the river is never more than one thought away.
This article is my fourth (and, I think, final) in a series exploring Fear of Failure. If you missed the first three articles, you may want to catch...
It's hard to love again after you've been manipulated, put down, controlled, belittled, and made to feel worthless by someone who was supposed to love you and care about you.
While we may not always agree with how someone got to where they are, saying that they do not deserve it only proves we're not ready for that kind of success in our lives.
Try to remember what it felt like the last time you had a to-do list so long it made you want to give up and declare "to-do bankruptcy." I wouldn't b...
No matter how talented you are or what you've accomplished, there are certain phrases that instantly change the way people see you and can forever cast you in a negative light. These phrases are so loaded with negative implications that they undermine careers in short order.
A true leader must have enough emotional intelligence to gain an understanding of the people that are following their lead.
Take 20 minutes and envision yourself in the future. Imagine yourself as the best possible you. Now write it down.