nine-step approach against "going bananas" outlined in my previous article should help. And for a more comprehensive explanation, you can also have a look at my new book "No More Bananas: How To Keep Cool
Research reveals that "mind wandering" is often the hidden source of distraction. Here are 3 ways to shift back to being fully present and engaged. When it comes to how to be more focused and less distracted,
If you want to succeed in life, it helps to have a high EQ. It’s your emotional quotient (a.k.a. emotional intelligence) and basically, it’s how well you understand your own emotions and those of the you
study from the University of Illinois at Chicago finds that brain cells can form into one’s nineties, even if one has cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease (though at a much decelerated rate). The
Use this the next time you need to think clearly in a high-pressure situation. When’s the last time you paid attention to your breath? Most of us take it for granted and don’t stop to think how deeply
I know how you feel, but can't you just stop? I'm going to do something a bit different today, and ask you to consider joining with me as I ban three toxic phrases from my repertoire. Here's the genesis.
Men bounce back more quickly than women after the death of a friend because they are less close to them, according to a new study. The first long-term analysis of those bereaved by the loss of a close
If you ask long-term couples to think about their partner, their brain will react in the same way as a drug addict’s Dr Hannah Critchlow is a neuroscientist at the University of Cambridge. Her debut book,