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These are the psychological reasons why some people are always late

Some people are always late. You probably know someone who just never shows up when you want them to, armed with an excuse when they finally appear …

Psychology

5 Mental Habits That Can Limit Your Ability to Think

Our brain is like a computer processor: It has a finite amount of processing power, or intellectual resources, that can be used in a given moment. …

Why Becoming A Leader Makes Some People More Unethical

The higher up the corporate ladder you climb, the more likely you might be to engage in unethical behavior.<p>That’s the findings of the latest study from Jessica Kennedy, assistant professor of management at Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management. Kennedy says she had a hunch that …

The 27 hardest job interview questions, according to Glassdoor

Jobs interviews are always hard, but some come with trickier questions than others. Where do you see yourself in five years? How many ping pong balls …

Employment

6 reflexões para entender o pensamento de Carl Jung

Nascido em 26 de julho de 1875, Carl Jung foi o psiquiatra suíço responsável por fundar a <b>psicologia analítica</b>, que explora a importância da psique …

Psychology Says This Is the Top Contributor to Happiness (It's Not What You Think) | Inc.com

According to a report by <i>The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology</i>, the No. 1 contributor to happiness in life is not money, popularity, good looks, or even a good sex life (too many...jokes...can't pick...just...one).<p>It's <i>autonomy</i>.<p>The report defines autonomy as: "the feeling that your life, …

Employee Engagement

6 Bad Mental Habits That Are Holding You Back (and How to Replace Them With New Ones) | Inc.com

When it comes to reaching your goals, do your mental patterns help you or hurt you? The answer is almost certainly both. Most of us have learned to envision a future we want to achieve and taken steps to achieve that future, achieved some self-discipline that helps us complete tasks efficiently and …

Do You Contribute to Your Own Depression?

Every year millions struggle with depression. Conservative data from the Center for Disease Control suggest that 19% of adults are significantly …

Want To Know What Your Brain Does When It Hears A Question?

Questions hijack the brain. The moment you hear one, you literally can’t think of anything else. And that can be a powerful tool.<p>What color is your house?<p>After reading that question, what were you thinking about? The obvious answer is the color of your house. Though this exercise may seem ordinary, …

10 Extremely Precise Words for Emotions You Didn’t Even Know You Had

In recent years, neuroscience has introduced a new way of thinking about our emotions. The scientists behind the latest brain-imaging studies say …

6 Reasons Why You May Not Know What You're Feeling

It might seem almost unfathomable that someone might not recognize what they’re feeling. But the phenomenon is much more common than most people …

How to Sell Yourself

Dear friend,A lot of us look down on selling ourselves— because we equate it with ‘selling out.’But if you want to thrive as an entrepreneur, artist, …

You're never alone at the Museum of Broken Relationships

<b>After a relationship ends, even the most mundane objects can become painful reminders. One museum in Los Angeles puts them on display.</b><p>When you're heartbroken, everything reminds you of the person who's no longer there. So do you burn your love letters? Throw away your wedding dress after a divorce? …

Art

Depression may be our brain's way of telling us to stop and solve a problem

At any given time, about 5% of Americans are reporting symptoms of moderate or severe depression. Major depressive disorder is so common that it's estimated one in six Americans will have it at some point in their lives.<p>The prevalence of depression presents economic problems as well — it's one of …

Emotions are generated by the conscious brain, not the subconscious

A new theory of emotion overturns established view of where feelings arise in the brain.<p>Emotions are created in the conscious part of the brain and …

The one wellness habit that can transform your relationship

When you’re in a new relationship, spiraling into negative thoughts can be surprisingly easy—you pick up a certain <i>tone</i> in your partner’s voice, and …

The Optimism Bias: It Won't Happen To Me

"A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty." ― Winston S. Churchill<p>The optimism bias is the belief that each of us is more likely to experience positive outcomes, and less likely to have negative ones befall us. It is the belief that …

Dissociative identity disorder is nothing like how it's portrayed in 'Split,' according to people who have it

Have you ever been reading a page of a book, but you zone out and don't recall anything you've just read? Are you ever driving a familiar route, only to realize you haven't really been focusing on the road the entire time? This is sort of what it's like to have dissociative identity disorder (DID), …

Denial and the World of Trump

Since the Tylenol poisonings in 1982, I've worked both as a researcher and consultant in the modern field of Crisis Management. Indeed, I am greatly honored that I'm regarded as one of the field's principal founders.<p>One of the earliest findings of my colleagues and I was that there were direct …

I Asked a Psychopath How to Stop Caring About Rejection

As Dr. James Fallon describes, "When I get rejected, I feel bad for like negative-two seconds. I just don't give a shit."<p>I recently went on a date with a beautiful and smart girl who laughed at all my jokes and then never replied to my texts. I walked away from the date thinking <i>nailed it!</i> while I …

9 principles of psychology for powerful marketing campaigns

<i>This article was originally published on PR Daily in February 2016.</i> <br>Marketers are in a new world.<p>They have to spend time learning the most current …

8 Easy Ways To Completely Change Your Mental Space And Live Your Best Life

<i>What are some habits that are good to get into? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.</i><p><b>Answer by Lukas Schwekendiek, Life Coach, on Quora:</b><p>The best habits I have found among the most successful CEO's and …

Want to Make a Lie Seem True? Say It Again. And Again. And Again

You only use 10 percent of your brain. Eating carrots improves your eyesight. Vitamin C cures the common cold. Crime in the United States is at an …

Learn to make Vietnamese beef pho in record time

Read our interview with Andrea Nguyen, author of <i>The Pho Cookbook</i>, and after your brain is primed for a steamy bowl of beef pho, learn how to make a …

A New Study Explains the Psychology of the Worry Spiral

Raise your hand if this scenario sounds familiar at all: You’re supposed to meet a friend for coffee at one, let’s say. It’s now 1:10 and she’s not …

Bad Habits You Need to Kill Immediately to be a Much Better Person This Year

Habits define us. And nothing sabotages your creativity and productive life quite like bad habits. In the words of Samuel Johnson “The chains of …

Why gut feelings may really help you make risky decisions

“Gut reactions” — subtle bodily sensations that result from risky behavior — have long been the stuff of financial market lore. Some successful stock market traders, billionaire George Soros included, have claimed they pay attention to bodily pains and other sensations to gain valuable insight into …

Stock Markets

How Tony Robbins Created an Empire by Being the Most Confident Man on Earth

The world's most famous self-help entrepreneur lets us into his lair.<p>If Tony Robbins told you to jump off a bridge, would you do it? Marc Benioff would. He did.<p>Benioff first discovered the self-help guru as a 28-year-old. The aspiring entrepreneur was working at a big corporation when he began …

7 ways successful people have better mindsets

It's interesting to wonder why some people are more successful than others,especially if you yourself are aiming high.<p>What do people like Richard Branson, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates have that feeds their ongoing excellence and propels them to the highest levels of success?<p>The answers are complex, of …

These 5 mind-melting thought experiments helped Albert Einstein come up with his most revolutionary scientific ideas

One of Einstein's most defining qualities was his remarkable ability to conceptualize complex scientific ideas by imagining real-life scenarios. He called these scenarios Gedankenexperiments, which is German for thought experiments.<p>Here are a few thought experiments that demonstrate some of …