Learning what triggers your behaviour helps because in recognising the trigger, you can see the point at which you subconsciously
Our richest memories contain an element of surprise. A perfectly predictable life is one we start forgetting even as it's happening.
A reading list will also help you stay organized. Take it a step further by creating a log attached to that list, including
In a recent article for The New Yorker, Siddhartha Mukherjee offered an explication of epigenetics that quickly became controversial
To stop being a biological robot is possible. The first step is to be aware of your robotic behaviors. The most common of
If you long for more meaning and purpose in your life, are a victim of your snooze alarm, or wish you felt greater fulfillment at the close of each day, pay careful attention to your mornings. Here are 10 simple ideas to consider:
My choice to commit to a practice of journaling my gratitude on a regular basis has clearly demonstrated to me that gratitude helps us to make mindful choices, manage expectations, and stay present when there are many demands on us, especially during the holidays.
In the same way that your eating habits are extremely telling, the way you shower actually speaks volumes about your personality. Scroll through these exclusive images below to find your shower habit and see what it says about you.
You can learn more about yourself (and others) without extra effort beyond reflecting or meditating on conversations and
Who would argue against the value of empathy? Most would consider the ability to identify with and feel the suffering of others as one of our most valuable traits. Yet some disagree.
Do you have the chance to do what you best each day? Not just now and again. Not even just most days. But each and every day. Do you have the chance to do what you do best?
Nicole Lapin gives tips on what brands hold their value
Fries and Onion Rings. I commented on the cheerful nature of every employee I encountered here, all trying to be helpful
New research is demonstrating that our ability to succeed at a task may well depend on how exciting and valuable we expect that task to be.
Your problem isn't finding time to clear your backlog, your problem is building behaviors to manage your pipeline. When you focus on a backlog, you're working the symptom instead of targeting the cause, looking backward instead of forward.
Is it possible to have your work be your life, your life your work? Is it possible to feel like you just can't wait to awaken
In any area of self-improvement -- not just in fitness and diet -- small changes in habit can lead to amazing results. Yet even the smallest change in behavior requires willpower and conscious effort -- something that sounds as simple as running five minutes a day won't be simple in practice.
A classic problem of smart, successful people is Adding Too Much Value. This bad habit can be defined as the overwhelming desire to add our two cents to every discussion.
While it is natural to reflect on upsetting experiences, brooding involves replaying the same scenes in your mind and reliving the emotional distress you felt at the time. Once you are in the habit of ruminating, the urge to brood can be easy to trigger and difficult to ignore.
It makes sense why the "21 Days" myth would spread. It's easy to understand. The time frame is short enough to be inspiring, but long enough to be believable. And who wouldn't like the idea of changing your life in just three weeks?