fear of missing out
New research shows a little FOMO, or fear of missing out, might be just enough to get us out the door.
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2. Mentorship is posed as a career development opportunity as opposed to an educational opportunity Students who were mentored
A new poll found 71 percent of people admit making excuses to get out of attending social gatherings at least some of the time.
Instead of wasting time comparing yourself to others, spend it figuring out what's meaningful to you. What makes you tick. What kind of change you want to see in the world. And remember this: synonyms for the word "crisis" include a turning point, a crossroads.
If you find yourself stuck with a collection of incomplete dreams, you may have fallen prey to one of these common pitfalls.
Festive FOMO, much like its precursor FOMO, is based on the fear that you are indeed missing out on something. By following these five steps you'll be sure to ditch festive FOMO this holiday season and focus on what the season is truly about.
New research from SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) and Liberty Mutual Insurance creates fresh urgency around tired-teen driving and the often catastrophic toll a few hours here and there can take.
Take a moment to look around the next time you're in a meeting, at a social event, waiting in line or walking down the street. You'll likely find yourself surrounded by people staring at a smartphone or other digital device. Chances are you'll join them. What's going on here?
Stop wishing that you were somewhere else, spending time with other people, or living a different life. We all have our own life lessons to learn. Let your lesson for today be this: Saying Yes to wherever you are, is one of the simplest and best things you can do for yourself and others.
The Fear Of Missing Out can be clear symptom of, and defensive response to, an even greater fear of romantic commitment and intimacy. True intimacy, shouldn't be rushed, constantly questioned, or endlessly tempted by Tinder 24/7. If that's what you're experiencing, you've got some work to do.
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Millennials have a unique outlook in terms of what they're willing to spend their money on. Instead of trying to keep up with the Joneses, they're letting FOMO or "fear of missing out" guide their money choices.
I don't remember my parents worrying about me missing a big party or being concerned how grounding me for two weeks would impact homecoming plans. Why, then, are we so challenged around setting limits for our children?
I'm not quite sure if the fear of missing out on something is a trait you're born with, develop through the years or is just a problem that's come to light since social media became a part of our lives. One thing is for sure, though: social media makes that type of fear surface with every refresh of your Instagram feed.
Ever have that feeling in your career where there are so many paths you want to pursue and you're pulled in every direction, yet you don't know which one to pick? Maybe you're interested in many different passions, but there aren't enough hours in a day to do all that you wanted.
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Summer is finally here, and you know what that means - there will be acute cases of FOMO due to the over-share of Caribbean