Archive for the ‘Thinking’ Category

Note: This post is written by Cris Antonio Imagine yourself going about your tasks as you normally would, but today, you feel everything around you begin to gradually fade out. It’s like becoming a third-party observer. There is no one else but you – just your hands and your body in motion. You know this  [ Read More ]

Categories: Thinking, Working

Note: This post is written by Jeremy Sutton The ability to focus… Is there anything more central to our success in everything we do? Whether we’re working on fitness, writing a business report, or reading a book, if we can’t focus then we’re simply not at our best. Even socially, no one enjoys spending time with  [ Read More ]

Categories: Thinking, Working

10 Ways to Feed a New Mindset

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Note: This post is written by Eddy Baller Dealing with depression as a young adult was tough, especially because I didn’t know that I was feeding it with my own mindset. Every day was the same pattern: wake up, think about things I didn’t like, listen to negative music, read the depressing news, see my negative  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Thinking

Note: This post is written by Ben Brychta Shouldn’t creativity be left to artists and musicians? Absolutely not. Creativity has its place in the boardroom, classroom, and even on the factory floor. In fact, if you can train yourself to think creatively, both your professional and personal life will benefit. Unfortunately, as people see you working to  [ Read More ]

Categories: Innovation, Thinking

5 Ways to Challenge Your Inner Critic

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Note: This post is written by Armela Escalona When was the last time you heard your inner critic? Your inner critic is your inner voice that has the power to motivate you or to unleash destruction upon your very soul. It is present during your demeaning self-talks, always criticizing, judging and condemning you for your actions.  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Thinking

Note: This post is written by Laura Jonson Keeping a diary isn’t just for expressing teenage angst – it can prove to be a useful tool for people of any age. And one of the best uses of a diary is as a way of boosting your productivity. Putting your thoughts and ideas down on  [ Read More ]

Categories: Thinking, Working