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5 Morale Boosters That Kept a Dying Business Afloat Until It Finally Thrived
Business is tough. Success is often just keeping the doors open until things finally click.
The Hidden Tricks of Powerful Persuasion
Are we always in control of our minds? It's surprisingly easy to plant ideas in peoples' heads without them realizing.
4 Ways to Deal With Pressure
Whether you're driving to work or delivering a presentation, you have to get out of your own head.
Video Games Can Make You More Sociable. Or, You Know, They Could Ruin Your Brain.
While gaming may make you more attentive visually, that might be outweighed by the negative effects on your brain.
3 Psychology Books About the Power of Our Mindset
Entrepreneurs have long believed their mindset is a powerful factor in their success or failure. Science increasingly agrees.
Why You Need a Good Shrink
There's a growing list of amateurs and pseudo-professionals who claim to be able to change your life. For the most part, they can't.
This Simple Psychological Trick Can Make You Feel More Productive
Multi-tasking isn't the key to feeling more accomplished at the end of the day.
What Your Handwriting May Reveal About Your Confidence, Creativity and Health (Infographic)
How you dot your 'i's and cross your 't's can provide a window into your approach to business -- and beyond.
Did Video Kill Text Content Marketing?
The psychology of consumers who either prefer reading or watching.
Positive Thinking Is an Obstacle to Achieving Your Goals
Daydreaming about your future puts your body into a position where it's harder to get what you want.
Live a Healthier Life by Making Consistency Work for You
Create a mental meal and exercise plan to reach your goals and get in better shape, and see a boost in productivity.
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Psychologists Say Power Does 4 Crazy Things to Your Mind
Who doesn't desire power? However, it can do some really weird things to your perception of yourself and others.
Why We Act Irrationally: The One Word That Drives Our Senseless Habits
Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer and the results of the 'Copy Machine Study.'
Stop Reacting and Start Responding
Virtually all of your thoughts and feelings are conditioned responses to past experiences. But if your strategy is flawed, you'll continue to get low returns on your efforts.
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