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via the Ladders by Nicolas Cole Life lessons are full of wisdom because they often have to be learned the hard way. However, the hardest part about that process is realizing that sometimes not every opportunity lasts forever. You finally “get it” long after the fact. If possible, it’s...

via TED Ideas by Frederik Imbo Let’s say I’m driving really slowly because I’m trying to find a specific address. So the person in the car behind me starts honking and flashing their headlights at me. How do I respond? I take it personally. I know I shouldn’t. But it...

via Inc.com by Jessica Stillman Everyone knows exercise improves your mood and your health. You may have also heard that exercising in nature has even greater benefits, such as reducing stress and working to help keep your brain young.  But new research suggests adding a third element to the cocktail of...

via Positive Psychology News Daily by Jenny Brennan The global COVID-19 pandemic, the fight for racial justice, and a divisive American election have left many people feeling stressed and uncertain. While this may be an appropriate reaction to what is happening, the fact that we all...

via Inc.com by Jessica Stillman Tim Ferriss is a very successful guy by just about any conventional standard. Since the release of his massive bestseller The 4-Hour Workweek 13 years ago, Ferriss has amassed a fortune, released four other successful books, started a popular podcast, invested in numerous startups,...

via TED Ideas by Christine Carter What should we do when everything feels so out of control? Living with so much uncertainty is hard. Human beings crave information about the future in the same way we crave food, sex and other primary rewards. Our brains perceive ambiguity...

via Forbes by Tony Ewing The old cautionary saying, "don't let your emotions get the best of you," has some science to it. Whether it's a negative emotion, like anger, or a positive one, like happiness, allowing your emotions to hold sway can bias your decisions. Moreover, few...