Intellectual Improvement: Your Brain’s Physical Exercise As you may know, your brain works in a complicated way. The left half of your brain controls the actions and movements of the right part of your body while the right half of your brain controls the movements of the left part of your body. This makes it […]
7 STEPS TO BREAK (OR MAKE) A HABIT
Habits are behaviors that we’ve learned and that occur almost automatically. Some of our habits are good, and some we want to change. For example, you may have the wish to make exercise a habit. Changing habits can be easier than one thinks, important is the will or wish to do it. For most people, […]
7 Ways to a Better More Confident You
Do you feel your knees shaking in social events? Do you feel shy initiating conversations? Do you stay quiet when you do have so much to say? Do you forget what you wanted to say when it is your turn to say something? Do you care what people think of you or your actions?
The Inner Game of Motivation
Sometimes, getting to a place in your life where you feel successful can feel like going through a maze. Just when you think that you have the right course figured out, you feel like you have reached a dead end, and after several dead ends you might even think that there is no real way […]
Is Procrastination on the way to your Success?
Procrastination In case you are the rare few who have refrained from ever practicing this behavior, let’s begin with a basic definition of this P word. Procrastination: the act of replacing high-priority tasks with either lower priority ones or something enjoyable, thereby delaying important tasks for a later time. While it’s natural to prefer enjoyment […]
The Psychology of Happiness
What is happiness? A lot has been written about happiness and from psychology to philosophy, different theories of happiness have focused on issues of satisfaction, contentment, and even spiritual liberation. But happiness is one of the most subjective mental states and several factors could be at play when a person is truly happy. Whereas anger […]