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A Beginner's Guide to Teaching Your Children How to Meditate

Everyone is familiar with meditation and its many benefits, but lately, studies have suggested that calming our mind and learning to be present are …

This Japanese Concept Can Help Your Team Be Happier and More Productive

Helping people connect their passions with their work makes for happier and more productive workplace.<p>The Japanese call it "<i>ikigai",</i> which loosely translates as a reason for being or getting up in the morning. It encompasses what you love, what you are good at, and what the world needs. It cannot …

Ikigai

Are You Being Manipulated?

We all want to get our needs met, but manipulators use underhanded methods. Manipulation is a way to covertly influence someone with indirect, …

Self-help

Millennials Who Engage in This 1 Common Habit are More Likely to be Depressed

Another reason to delete Snapchat.<p>Depression is slated to be the leading cause of disability by 2030. Now, research funded by the National Institutes of Health says that, for young adults, heavy social media use is correlated with depression.<p>This is worth paying attention to.<p>The research, published …

Social Media

The Psychology Of Fake News

During the past two years, fake news has been a frequent topic of real news, with articles considering the role of social media in spreading fake news, the advent of fake videos and the role these play in the political process.<p>Something less well-known, though, is that fake news has also become a …

Journalism

Study overturns age-old theory of brain learning

For decades, scientists thought that learning occurs in synapses, or the numerous junctions between brain cells. But now, a new study proposes that …

Neuroscience

'Ikigai': The Japanese Lifestyle Trend Promising To Find Your Life Purpose

Is this the new 'hygge'?<p>From yoga retreats in the Himalayas and weekly mindfulness classes to downloading mediation apps such as Headspace and Calm, many of us spend our lives (and paycheques) on trying to achieve happiness and fulfilment.<p>However, having tried out the Danish concept of finding …

Happiness

Practicing These 3 Daily Habits Will Inherently Make You More Successful

Keep yourself grounded as you shoot of the starts.<p>Every person works differently, and every brain is wired differently. This makes it hard to pinpoint what daily actions can lead people to thrive. Instead of listing of to-do's that can help one succeed, it's important to recognize that success …

Success

Conversation Boosts Kids' Brain Development

New research has discovered that conversation between an adult and a child appears to change the child’s brain.<p>In a study of children between the …

Scientists think they’ve discovered a fourth type of human fuel beyond carbs, fat, and protein — and it could have key health implications

One swig of the stuff and I'd had enough. The colorless, odorless liquid tasted like nail polish remover — but I was told it offered unparalleled benefits for my body, so I chugged away, if somewhat skeptically.<p>The small plastic bottle contained pure ketone ester, a substance that a team of …

Diabetes

The Difference Between Intuition & Psychic Ability - For Puck’s Sake

February 8, 2018 by Mat Auryn<p>The terms psychic ability and intuition are often used interchangeably and I have been guilty of doing so in the past as …

6 Ways To Get Your Brain in Creativity Mode, From A Neuroscientist

Creativity is Neuroscience: 6 Ways to Get Your Brain in Create Mode<p>February 7, 2018<p>What does neuroscience have to do with creativity? Plenty, if you …

Ikigai - Visualizing the Japanese Concept of Life's Purpose

Ikigai is a Japanese concept that explains how a person can enjoy life. To illustrate this concept, a 4-sided Venn diagram was created by Dan …

Ikigai

The Seven Major Chakras

Study of the Chakras<p>The word chakra is derived from the Sanskrit word meaning wheel. If we were able to see the chakras as many(psychics, in fact, …

Spirituality

8 things smart people never reveal about themselves at work

At work, sharing the right aspects of yourself in the right ways is an art form. Disclosures that feel like relationship builders in the moment can …

Self-improvement

14 CEOs on the Most Valuable Job Skill Right Now

Advice for standing out at your current gig or getting a new one<p>There’s no shortage of career advice out there and everyone from your favorite self …

Leadership

The Scientist Who Studied Einstein's Brain Learned That These 5 Factors Make You Smarter | Inc.com

We still don't completely understand how the brain works and yet we're building machines to replicate it. Our quest to create artificial intelligence has grown into a near-frenzy as we surge ahead with unprecedented progress. But will we really reach the finishing line?<p>Any hope of success will …

The Brain

The Remote Revolution: Does Your Company Really Need An Office?

In the world of the “gig economy,” a lot of companies are shifting focus. They are not just rethinking their hiring process; they’re wondering if they even need an office at all. I realize that abandoning the workplace may seem ridiculous at first glance. However, it has become so easy to …

The Workplace

Science says happier people have these 9 things in common

Everybody wants to be happy.<p>That's why the science of happiness has gained more attention in recent years —researchers have started to produce reports on happiness around the globe, and positive psychology, which focuses on what makes individuals and communities thrive, has skyrocketed in …

Happiness

The Importance of Making Sure Customers Feel Heard

A great product is a problem heard and solved, followed by user feedback heard and integrated.<p>This story appears in the July 2017 issue of <i>Entrepreneur</i>. Subscribe »<p>Journalists ask questions, and people answer them. This is how the business works, and how it’s always worked. But: <i>Why?</i> Why do people …

Business Strategy
Startups
Leadership

5 Secrets to Launching a Great Entrepreneurial Product (While You're Still Employed) | Inc.com

<i>By Kirill Bensonoff, founder and CEO of Unigma and ComputerSupport.com.</i><p>It's tough to launch a great product. I have successfully launched multiple IT-related products and tech-enabled services, but I have also made many mistakes along the way. However, I've learned that by sticking to these five …

Product Management

As a male survivor of child sexual abuse, I need you to know my story

I had always known what happened to me as a child. I was eight when the abuse finally stopped but I had vivid dreams reliving the experiences for years. When I realised their significance at 15 they quickly turned to nightmares, turning my life upside down. Now, at 32, I have secured the conviction …

Mental Health

How To Create A PR Story That Grabs Attention!

Let me tell you a story… Once upon a time, there was a gorilla named Harambe who lived in the Cicinatti zoo – Oh, wait? You’ve heard this one?<p>Of …

Small Business

Intelligent People Possess These 3 Surprising Traits—Do You?

Measuring intelligence doesn't always come in the form of an IQ test. While being a card-carrying Mensa member may prove that someone is smart on …

The secret to a healthy life? Big data

It’s an exciting time to be in medicine. Thanks to scientific advances, many more of us are living longer. We’ve seen exciting developments in areas …

Big Data

Tips on Self-control & Willpower

This post is authored by Ray Alez, Startup Founder HowThe post Tips on Self-control & Willpower appeared first on iamwire.

Self-improvement

A Plan For Raising Brilliant Kids, According To Science

Support the news<p><i>Since NPR Ed first published this piece last year, it has become one of our most popular posts of all time. And since then, there has</i> …

Dear Evan Hansen

What Should You Do If You Have a “Great” Article That’s Getting 0 Traffic?

You’ve just written an A+ article.You’ve crossed your T’s and dotted your I’s and are certain that your article is going to crush it.After much …

Marketing