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via Forbes by Bryan Robinson Keeping your social calendar filled improves your brain health, according to a new study. Older adults who get together with friends, volunteer, or attend classes especially have healthier brains. The new findings, reported in the Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, suggest...

This morning I found these 3 great articles on different aspects of leadership and I thought the easiest way to share them would be in one go, here via my blog So thanks to the Harvard Business Review for the following...

via Inc by Kelly Richardson Thanks to the internet and recent technology, you can get almost anything at the touch of a button (or smartphone). The concept of delayed gratification has become outdated. Instead, we are living in a world of instant gratification and near-constant stimulation. For that...

via Fast Company by Gwen Moran If you’re feeling worn out, burned out, or sad, you’re not alone. The pandemic, economy, social unrest, and political division are enough to wear out even the hardiest souls. The concept of “happiness” may seem elusive. Or maybe we’re...

via TED Ideas by Rick Hanson and Matthew McKay and Martha Davis and Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman To keep our ancestors alive, our brains evolved an ongoing internal trickle of unease. It’s the little whisper of worry that keeps you scanning your inner and outer worlds for signs...

via TED Ideas by Lisa Feldman Barrett By more clearly identifying our feelings or by recategorizing them, we can reduce suffering (yes!) and increase well-being, says neuroscientist Lisa Feldman Barrett. “He’s an angry person”; “I’m a very anxious person.” We’ve all made statements like these. They point...

via Fast Company by Tanya Dalton As a self-diagnosed “recovering perfectionist” I know the pain and struggle that comes with a perfectionist mentality, especially right now, with so much on our plates. Today, I’ve already had to cancel a standing meeting to pick up my daughter...

via Fast Company by Sarah Goff-Dupont Raise your hand if you no longer trust yourself to remember everything you need to do. Keep your hand up if you’re so entrenched in knee-jerk reaction mode that the moment a “quick little task” pops into your head, you...