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Bosses Who Show Vulnerability Get Ahead

One morning in Bangalore, South India, Archana Patchirajan, founder of a technology startup, called her entire staff in for a meeting. When they were all seated, she announced ...
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Want to Boost Your Joy? Science Says Share It!

Positive experiences happen to us everyday yet most of us don’t know how to capitalize on them. Have you ever noticed that it could be a great day (you had 8 hours of sleep, ...
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6 Quick and Easy Mindfulness Tips to Combat Holiday Stress

Is holiday season stressful or even lonely? Heard about the scientific benefits of mindfulness but just don’t see how you could fit it in? Especially during the holidays? We ...
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Three Ways Extraordinary Leaders Motivate Employees

Given the extraordinary low levels of engagement in the U.S. workforce — a recent Gallup poll showed that 70% of employees are “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” at work — ...
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How We Read Each Other's Mind

Just by looking at someone, you experience them. Ever fallen in love at first sight or had a “gut feeling” about someone? You internally resonated with them. Ever seen someone ...
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Six Ways Highly Emotional Intelligent People Deal With Anger

Most of us don’t like confrontation — but it’s a fact of life we can’t run from forever. We have to assert ourselves, our boundaries and our needs — and others have to do the ...
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Three Ways Social Media Ruins Everything

Social media has completely transformed a range of our life experiences. Consider travel: It’s not just that dodging selfie sticks makes navigating attractions harder, but ...
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3 Science-Backed Ways to Relieve Pain and Stress for Good

Stress has a rotten reputation—but not all of it is bad. The “good” kind gets you across the street quickly when you see an oncoming vehicle, or it motivates you to work ...
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