resilience

Athletes who fail over and over, only to eventually succeed, are the ones who resonate the most in our hearts.
3. The News Isn't Personal. Many of us personalize problems and maintain a "Me" Why style, berating ourselves for whatever
I feel threatened easily. 1. Channel your anxiety. One study found that situations requiring caution, self-discipline and
I recently saw an amazing movie that surprised me in packing such an emotional punch. "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" directed by Ang Lee ("Brokeback Mountain") is about the emotional and psychological price American soldiers pay to do their jobs to fight our wars and defend our democratic values.
Take it from one of the happiest countries in the world: Denmark. With up to 17 hours of darkness per day at the height of
Allison: Harnessing loss and embracing nostalgia drives happiness, decreases loneliness, sparks creativity, and boosts resilience
A Few Rays of Hope However, I am optimistic for two important reasons. First, scientists are rapidly learning how to identify
Remember that you've faced uncertainty before. The psychological concept of "hindsight bias" says that we tend to create
The Elegance of the Hedgehog was the very first book I read during my year of reading a book a day. Over the past eight years
In my TEDx Talk, I talk about the various "detours" in my life. We all have detours and to know where to go on a detour, we
This blog was co-authored by Njideka Harry and Narges Khoramshahi, Women's Entrepreneurship Day, November 2016 There are
Here's how. Planning and budgeting is important, especially around the holidays. But only when we understand our money mindset
If your post-election mood is taking you on a roller-coaster ride, you may be falling into the sticky trap of pessimism. Do you find yourself saying that this divisive, mean-spirited rhetoric and behavior is likely to become a permanent feature of our society?
Blame might move emotions and win elections, but it's not a verb I choose to employ as I seek to regain my footing after
By Paula Broadwell and Erika Cashin. Erika Cashin is the Founder of the Lean In Military and Lean In Women Veterans Chapters
The key for all of us--celebrity athletes or not--is to reinterpret failures as a setback in a bigger context and then learn