Stress. Yes, we all have it. And yes, you can manage it like a boss. How's your stress level? Well, whatever it is, know that it's human to stress. But the good news is that we can manage it, and certainly
How to go from "overwhelmed" to "accomplished." Have you ever been in the middle of working on something really important--like a report your boss wants "yesterday" or a presentation you have to give the
It costs little or nothing, and you can do it anywhere. What if there was one simple thing you could do every day that would give you better brain function and a longer life? What if that thing cost little
We all know that living under stressful conditions has serious emotional, even physical, consequences. So why do we have so much trouble taking action to reduce our stress levels and improve our lives?
Research finds that people are happiest on Saturdays — here's how to recreate 'weekend happiness' every day
At least that's what this survey found. Yet while the exact time of 7:26 p.m. seems strange, there have been multiple studies to back up that people are generally happier on weekends. A team of researchers
Here's what happens to your brain when it's surrounded by the noise of nothingness. When's the last time you sat in total, utter silence? While it's not easy to find true peace and quiet, there's now you
Oct 20, 2018 The marathon record holder revealed he just can’t get enough of her “beautiful and strong” tunes. Oct 18, 2018 The iPod Shuffle–like device gets updated with a larger battery and better Bluetooth
The ideal approach, however, is far more of a mystery. Thankfully, several TED speakers have researched how humans can achieve ultimate happiness and shared their findings with us. Some of their tactics
Work is never enough. We all need to have hobbies other than our work to add value to our lives. Finding activities that are rejuvenating is important, because it helps us maintain a proper work-life To
There's a science behind risk-taking. Have you put on your lab coat and started experimenting yet? There's a science to risk-taking. In fact, brain science has progressed to the point where we now know
"Find your passion" might be the most common piece of career advice. But how? We all share a common, often deep-seated desire to be part of something larger than ourselves. We also want our time at work
Companies lock themselves into stale strategies by over-investing in I.T., suggests a Hewlett-Packard executive. In this week's review of great business books: Why companies should start treating technology
Make time and space for what really matters with this step-by-step guide. Clutter, both mental and physical, is a productivity and a joy killer. And you don't have to take my word for it. Here's what study
Learn how mindfulness can protect your brain from aging, make you more productive, and improve your overall happiness. The death of Muhammad Ali is a somber reminder of what can happen when we take our
You might be surprised at the routines these high achievers swear by. The most successful people I know share some common traits. They're confident, hard-working, astute with money, and health conscious.
Research supports that optimism can yield significant benefits -- just don't be too positive. Conventional wisdom says it's best to "look on the bright side," but does science back up the idea that being
Train your mind to move away from these behaviors to make your life easier. There are plenty of things you can, theoretically, add to your life to be happier. Exercise! Gratitude! Spending time with friends!
If you're tired right now or are relying on a bucket of coffee to get through your day, you aren't alone. More than a third of Americans don't get the seven to nine hours of sleep a night that the CDC
Try them. They work. (If you can't trust science, what can you trust?) Obviously, we all want to be happier. But there's another reason to wish to be more lighthearted and content: Happiness is definitely
Some colleagues and I have just finished compiling a massive (290,000 words, which is probably about 750 book pages—and is 2,000 (!) iBook pages) e-book anthology called Race and the American Idea: 155