Aliasger Sk Taher

49 Flips | 6 Magazines | 2 Likes | 1 Following | 2 Followers | @alisktaher112 | Keep up with Aliasger Sk Taher on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Aliasger Sk Taher”

This Habit Will Make Everyone Think of You as a Leader, Instantly

Curiosity didn't kill the cat. It made him a harbinger of success.<p>Whether or not you want to be a leader, most of us would agree that being looked up to and admired is a good thing. Yet, the qualities that we see as admirable are changing along with our societal norms. One behavior, however, that …

Leadership

A Complete List of Classic Poems Everyone Should Know

Poetry That Shapes English Through the Ages<p>Here’s a list of essential classics everyone should know. These old poems form the tradition of the …

The Stoics thought of anger as temporary madness — and knew how to curb it

But, mostly, anger arises for trivial reasons. That's why the American Psychological Association has a section of its website devoted to anger management.<p>Interestingly, it reads very much like one of the oldest treatises on the subject, On Anger, written by the Stoic philosopher Lucius Annaeus …

Anger Management

Ditch the grammar and teach children storytelling instead

Writing stories is a craft that is crucial for life. And if the government insists, you can test it, measure it and use it in commerce, too<p>A report in the Times has quoted a secondary school teacher who complained that their year 7 intake no longer knew how to tell a story. “They knew what a …

Grammar

A Dozen Ways You Don't Realize You Are Making a Bad Impression at Work

First impressions are important but so is the impression are making day after day with your team.<p>5 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Everyone has a few habits they could improve but you may not even recognize that you have some of these habits. When your bad …

Body Language

Why Giving Effective Feedback Is Trickier Than It Seems

Teachers intuitively know that giving feedback on student work is an important part of the learning process. Research on different learning …

Heavy Screen Time Rewires Young Brains, For Better And Worse

There's new evidence that excessive screen time early in life can change the circuits in a growing brain.<p>Scientists disagree, though, about whether those changes are helpful, or just cause problems. Both views emerged during the Society for Neuroscience meeting in San Diego this week.<p>The debate …

youngbrains

9 mind-expanding documentaries to increase your intelligence

Be honest, now and then we all spend our free time watching various TV series, don’t we? And while some may consider it to be a rather meaningless …

The Mind-Blowing Link Between Happiness and Creativity

Nurturing your child’s creativity will likely help her live a more fulfilling, happier life. More and more research is emerging on the link between …

Getting Good at Body Language

That our bodies affect our minds and the way we feel is proven; and research shows, just as convincingly, that the way we carry ourselves affects the …

Public Speaking

14 Exercises to Strengthen Your Back and Core

Dumbbell Pullover<p>This exercise targets both the lats on either side of the back as well as the lower body and core since you're holding yourself in a …

One Hard Thing You Have to Do to Be Happy, Healthy and Successful

Think about the most common problems we deal with in our lives – from laziness to lack of exercise to unhealthy diets to procrastination, and so …

Why You Should Hire An Introvert Now

Are you a fan of the movies? If so, do you like Tom Hanks, Steve Martin, Emma Watson or Audrey Hepburn? If you’re a fan of television, do you like …

The mobile revolution is over. Get ready for the next big thing: Robots

What's next? Robots.<p>But not the way you think.<p>The robot revolution won't be characterized by white plastic desk lamps following you around asking questions in a creepy little-girl voice, like I saw at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. That might be a part of it, but a small …

Reading Facial Expressions for Autism Symptoms

<b>There’s an app for everything these days—from weight loss to working out. Now, thanks in part to support from the Office of Naval Research (ONR),</b> …

Autism

A Guide to Child, Adolescent Mental Health

Those who work with troubled or special needs kids often find themselves challenged not just to understand why some children behave the way they do, …

Mental Health

The 9 Movies You Must See in January 2016

It's a fallow month for movies, but there are still some gems.<p>Most moviegoers will spend January doing one of two things – catching up with some of December's many award-courting releases, or watching <i>Star Wars: The Force Awakens</i> for the seventeenth time. But don't miss the handful of new films well …

Four Stories That Homework Tells Children About School, Learning, & Life

At the risk of sounding like Captain Obvious, I must begin by acknowledging that the topic of homework is a hot-button one. Several times within the …

Teaching

The Secret to Effective Arguing With Your Spouse

Relationships<p>11 Times Fictional Couples Taught Us Real Relationship Lessons<p>Relationships<p>6 Marriage Tips From Our Fave Bachelor Nation …

How the Internet changed the way we read

As a professor of literature, rhetoric, and writing at the University of California at Irvine, I’ve discovered that one of the biggest lies about …

Resist Becoming a People Pleaser by Creating a "No Script"

Saying “no” is an important time-saving skill to learn, especially for those of us who worry too much about being liked by others. Having a “no …

The Brains of Compulsive Gamers Are Wired Differently, Study Finds

And that's a good and a bad thing.<p>According to scans of nearly 200 adolescent boys, the brains of compulsive video gamers are wired differently from …

The Brain

Against accommodationism: How science undermines religion

There is currently a fashion for religion/science accommodationism, the idea that there’s room for religious faith within a scientifically informed …

National Academy of Sciences

Loading...

How to be a moderately successful person | Emer O’Toole

Being highly successful sounds stressful, so I’m sharing these closely guarded secrets to allow you to muddle along just fine<p>Right now, across the internet, approximately 12m articles purport to share the secrets of highly successful people: 2016 is a new year, and if you simply restructure your …

successfulperson

Your Cells Are Listening: How Talking To Your Body Can Help You Heal

By Therese Wade, MSc, Wake Up World where this was originally featured.<p>“Every part of your body has its own consciousness or its own soul.” These …

The Brain Is Always Active

How the brain's resting state activity shapes our lives<p>Welcome to the new year for which I wish you all the best. Let me start the new year with a …

The Power of Stories in Personality Psychology

<i>God made man because He loves stories. ~ Elie Wiesel</i><p>I’ve always loved this quote in part because I’m a sucker for stories. (As a writer I guess …

Total Recall Sounds Great, But Some Things Should Be Forgotten

What would it mean to remember every single thing?<p><i>This article was written by Jyutika Mehta from Texas Woman's University, and was originally</i> …

The Brain