How Desire Fools Us: The Pleasures and Dangers of the Chase

Why do we love to chase? What is so intriguingly attractive about hard-to-get partners, Black Friday sales, and the very latest iPhone? Whether it’s for a trophy, a promotion, ...
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3 Foolproof Ways to Prevent Work Burnout

Our culture is obsessed with productivity. But research shows that stressing ourselves out over an ever-expanding to-do list actually works against us—no matter how ...
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Get More Done With This One Surprising Trick

Our culture has become one of compulsive overworking. Many of us are tired of rushing through our days only to come home at night, exhausted and burned out. 
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Four Science Backed Ways to Achieve Your Dreams

Whether it’s New Year’s resolutions or any other milestone we want to achieve, most of us give up on that career goal, diet, mindfulness practice, or exercise regimen we ...
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Can't Vacation? Here's the Science of How to Recharge Fast.

Summer often makes us nostalgic for our childhood vacations: long, carefree days spent by the beach, in the woods, or with friends and family.
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Why Embracing, Not Resisting, Challenge is the Secret to Resilience

Research shows that we have more positive experiences than negative ones, yet research also shows that our brain tends to focus on the negative aspects of our lives. 
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5 Reasons Successful CEOs Meditate

Mindfulness is quickly following yoga in becoming a billion-dollar industry. It’s no surprise, then, that the popularity of meditation – one way to practice mindfulness – is ...
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Positive Teams are Way More Productive

All managers would like their teams to be more productive. Yet most companies are using the same old methods: strategic plans, goal-setting, streamlining operations, reducing ...
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