A lot of people start their workday by making a to-do list. Depending on how realistic you are, there are probably anywhere from three to 15 items on your list. If it’s three, you probably end your workday
Even for the most gifted individuals, the process of becoming a leader is an arduous, albeit rewarding, journey of continuous learning and self-development. The initial test along the path is so fundamental
In February, I read Belle Beth Cooper’s Fast Company piece “How I became a morning person, read more books, and learned a language in a year,” which listed the four steps to assuming a new hobby: set goals,
Have you ever noticed your initial thoughts when you wake up, and where they may take you? These moments have the power to set the tone for your day. The good news is that once we become aware of the of
As schools enter the last few weeks before the summer holidays, many students will be contemplating how to spend the break. After a term of exams, reading around the syllabus is unlikely to feature highly.
The way you speak not only affects how others perceive you; it also has the potential to shape your behavior. Swapping one word for another could make all the difference in how you approach your goals.
There's no shortage of advice out there claiming to make you better, but mindfulness meditation is the rare, research-proven technique that boosts your performance by physically altering your brain. Researchers
When a gentle glow feels like a spotlight and everyday sounds hurt your ears, life can get anxious and painful. But there may be an upside to being a highly sensitive person. At the age of six, Jack Craven
Mark Lack is the CEO of Shorten the Gap and is on the Board of Advisers for the Leap Foundation. Lack travels regularly for work and meets a lot of entrepreneurs from around the world. He noticed that
Your brain is your biggest asset. Invest in it.....starting this weekend. Science dictates that rest is crucial to brain function. So many of us power through the weekend, catching up on projects we missed