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5 alternatives to goal-setting suited to today’s rapidly shifting world

As useful as traditional goal setting can be, these days, there may be more effective ways to handle your professional and personal life. The rapidity of technological advancement and the uncertainty of the global economy may render the goals you set obsolete. With everything shifting so Read More...

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3 habits of the happiest people

Think of the happiest people you know. Do you find yourself often wondering what they are doing to maintain a general level of joy? There has been a lot of discussion in the scientific world about whether our overall levels of happiness are the result of a genetic lottery that leads to a “set Read More...

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The case for setting “rest goals,” and how to do it

Now that it seems like the world is learning how to navigate life with Covid-19, many might feel like our lives are back in full swing and might even be accelerating to make up for lost time. While living amid a fast-paced environment that has historically stressed productivity and progress, Read More...

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How to train your own resilience as if it were a muscle

Resilience is like a muscle—we have to target it and actively build on it for it to grow. We have to be able to recognize that life isn’t always rosy and adapt with a stronger mindset that will ultimately lead to a happier life. In order to help foster more resilience within you, here are Read More...

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4 Tips for becoming a more ferocious reader

We've previously brought indoor hobbies that are great for your wellbeing such as puzzling and knitting to our readers attention. So this time we thought we would provide you with some motivation to get you going on another great activity to enrich your free time with, reading. From Bill Gates to Read More...

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Use these 7 science-based strategies to make your resolutions stick this year

For most of us, the new year means new goals, dreams, and habits. Whether you’re trying to be more active, practice a new hobby, or save money, we have science-based strategies to help you stick to your resolutions all year long. Georgetown psychology professor, Jelena Kecmanovic, says these Read More...

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Book Excerpt: ‘Adaptable’ーHow to Lead with Curiosity, Pivot with Purpose, and Thrive through Change

“The path from dreams to success does exist. May you have the vision to find it, the courage to get on to it, and the perseverance to follow it.” - Kalpana Chawla What would happen if each time you failed you tried just one more time? What if you applied to one more job? Ran one more mile? Read More...

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3 Mental-health lessons to learn from Simone Biles' choice to not compete

Simone Biles, age 24, is an elite artistic gymnast with a vast collection of medals and titles that she’s acquired throughout an impressive athletic career. So, it came as a shock to many when she decided to pull out of the team and all-around finals and not to compete in the uneven bars or vault Read More...

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3 Strategies to help you reach your post-pandemic goals

As we slowly approach the light at the end of this long and lonely Covid-19 tunnel, we may be compelled to reassess our lives and what we want to do with them. It’s not the new year, but in many ways, summer 2021 feels like a reawakening—a perfect time to set goals. Deciding on what you want to Read More...

Losing motivation? 6 tips to h

Losing motivation? 6 tips to help you stick with your New Year’s resolution

While you may have felt certain that you would fulfill your New Year’s resolution when you first set it, you might be feeling differently now that we’re nearly halfway through January. Neuroscience tells us that maintaining the motivation and focus needed to change a behavior can be very Read More...