Lacking the motivation to keep going is a common complaint for many people today. But how do we stop looking for scapegoats and other people to blame for our circumstances and our lives? Here is a couple things you can try. To read more click title
According to scientist Tali Sharot our brain is prewired for optimism. Hard to believe with the negativity and rampant depression surrounding us of late but experts have proven that the human brain tends to look on the bright side more often that you may think.
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none but ourselves can free our minds. Click title to read more
If you have lots of things to do, like most of the human race, it can be difficult for our little brains to remember it all. Using categories with your Outlook tasks can help you to get more done, more quickly and with less stress. Click title to read more
“Firefighting”: the act of putting out fires. There was a day when this word was understood literally, today if we hear this word, we generally don’t envision the flames of a fire but the act of dealing with crises as they arrive. Firefighting has become a frequent addition to our recessionary vocabulary, along with bailout, sub prime, rescue and bankers To Read more click title
…..happiness is the way! This quote from Wayne Dyer is one I try to remind myself of regularly. We spend…