If your racing mind is keeping you up at night, check out this advice from a certified medical hypnotist, on how to fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day.
Amy Cuddy, social psychologist, professor and researcher at Harvard Business School, studies how nonverbal behavior and snap judgments affect people everywhere—from students in the classroom to CEOs in the boardroom. Her research has revealed that simple changes to body language can not only change how other people think and feel about us, but also how […]
Want to find ways to learn faster and smarter? Whether you’re a student cramming for exams, trying to become an expert in a certain subject, or just working on your memorization skills, there are a lot of things you can do to commit information to your memory—and make it stick long-term. From making it weird […]
Stress is the enemy, the bad guy, the cause of all evil … or is it? Countless studies link stress to a host of acute and chronic health issues—but new research says that we should be blaming our belief that stress is bad for us, for stress-induced health issues—not stress itself. In other words, stress […]
Oxygen is the most important element to us humans—far more important than even food and water. After all, we can go for days without water and some can go weeks without food. Humans can’t go more than a few minutes without air. What many people don’t realize though, is that there are different ways you […]
Dr. Christine Carter, sociologist, researcher, and happiness expert at the University of California, Berkeley, offers some practical advice on managing the busy mode of our culture. It works for her—a mother of four, established author, and successful career woman—and she has a solid case backed by scientific research, that it will work for you, too. […]