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How Understanding the Five Thinking Styles Can Improve Your Chances of Success

By | January 16th, 2017|Categories: Brain Power, Self-Improvement, Success Skills|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Understanding how the five different thinking styles work can help you work better with others, communicate more effectively and achieve more. In Coping with Difficult Bosses, Robert Brahmson identifies five thinking styles we use most frequently. The five thinking styles are: Synthesist Thinkers Idealist Thinkers Pragmatist Thinkers Analyst Thinkers Realist Thinkers Synthesist Thinkers Synthesists are very curious [...]

Dealing with Anxiety: Harvard Psychologists Reveals a Science-Backed Approach

By | January 14th, 2017|Categories: Personal Development, Psychology & Health, Self-Improvement, Uncommon Science|Tags: , , , , |

I believe Science has finally turned from medication to dealing with anxiety. This gets to the root of the problem, and we need a cure! As someone who has anxiety, I’ve suffered and dealt with the illness in many ways. The bad side: It sucks, plain and simple, the good side: I am stronger and [...]

5 Stupid Things Society Wants You to Do

By | January 13th, 2017|Categories: Education, Personal Development, Psychology & Health|Tags: , , , |

Our society considers certain things to be normal, but who decided what makes a normal life? Learn how you can ignore these stupid things and live a life that truly fulfills you. Society expects us to toe the line, conform and behave like everyone else. After all, sheep are easier to control than wild animals, right? [...]

4 Struggles Only Ambitious People Who Are Naturally Lazy Will Understand

By | January 11th, 2017|Categories: Self-Improvement, Success Skills|Tags: , , , , , |

Are you one of those ambitious people who at the same love to just do nothing? I am constantly torn between wanting to go out and conquer the world and having an extra hour or three in bed. I am one of the most ambitious of people; I take on more work than necessary, study [...]

7 Buddhist Beliefs That Make You Happy, According to Science

By | January 10th, 2017|Categories: Personal Development, Psychology & Health, Self-Improvement, Spirituality, Uncommon Science|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Buddhists have always known that the core Buddhist beliefs can make for happiness and contentment. Now science is suggesting they may be right. I always find it fascinating when new scientific discoveries prove things that religious and spiritual sources have been saying since time immemorial. Recently, science has found some interesting principles of happiness. And [...]

4 Stages of Life: Where Are You on the Journey?

By | January 2nd, 2017|Categories: Personal Development, Psychology & Health, Self-Improvement|Tags: , , , , |

From birth till death, stages of life promote growth and enlightenment. Understanding a healthy transition is the key to happiness. While you’re busy living life, have you considered how much it sucks? I guess not, but let’s be honest, it does kind of suck sometimes with its decision-making, transitions, and complications. Seems like it would [...]

7 Things You Should Finally Stop Pursuing

By | December 31st, 2016|Categories: Personal Development, Self-Improvement, Spirituality|Tags: , , , , |

Constantly pursuing goals such as high-status jobs, money, and the perfect partner can result in us never finding peace and happiness. It’s great to have goals and ambitions in life. However, we can sometimes get caught up in the ‘I’ll be happy when’ trap. We think we will be happy when we get the promotion, [...]

Which Mix of the Big Five Personality Traits Are You?

By | December 25th, 2016|Categories: Psychology & Health, Self-Improvement, Self-Knowledge & Personality Tests|Tags: , , , , , , |

All of us have different personalities. However, psychologists believe that all of our personalities are actually a mixture of Big Five personality traits. The theory suggests that everyone has these key traits. However, each individual has a different amount of each. The traits work on a sliding scale with, for example, extreme extraversion on one end [...]

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