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» 13 Healthy Ways to Comfort Yourself - World of Psychology

» 13 Healthy Ways to Comfort Yourself  - World of Psychology | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it

Whenever you’re anxious, sad or overwhelmed or simply need some soothing, it helps to have a collection of comforting -- and healthy -- tools to turn to.

But some calming activities don’t work for everyone. 

So we asked three experts for their take on how readers can truly soothe their minds and bodies without needing more money, time or anything else, for that matter. Below are 13 strategies anyone can use to comfort themselves when they’re having a bad day.


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Esercizi per calmarsi e rilassarsi.

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Wise Leader™'s curator insight, January 9, 2013 8:43 AM

Great Tips. I'm sure you'll find at least one strategie that works for you.

donhornsby's curator insight, January 9, 2013 9:11 AM

(I agree!) Great Tips. I'm sure you'll find at least one strategie that works for you.

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La penna di Emanuele - Mario Maresca

La penna di Emanuele - Mario Maresca | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Con Emanuele, eravamo alla terza sessione del percorso di coaching insieme, concentrato su come cambiare lavoro e promuoversi nel mercato.
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Con Emanuele, eravamo alla terza sessione del percorso di coaching insieme, concentrato su come cambiare lavoro e promuoversi nel mercato...

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4 Ways to Train Your Brain for Positivity

4 Ways to Train Your Brain for Positivity | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Not a natural optimist? Use these simple exercises to train your brain to more easily pick out the positive.

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Positività e ottimismo si possono imparare!

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Marta e le persone "intelligenti" - Mario Maresca

Marta e le persone "intelligenti" - Mario Maresca | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Penso che i meccanismi di generalizzazione, con cui apprendiamo (e che quindi sono preziosi) siano in fondo un’applicazione sistematica di un pensiero discutibile: ho fatto un’esperienza che ha prodotto...
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Nel mio lavoro di coach, incontro spesso questa dinamica: "Ho fatto un’esperienza che ha prodotto un risultato, quindi, in situazioni analoghe, tenderò a riproporre lo stesso comportamento." Ma chi ci dice, a priori, che il risultato sarà ugualmente soddisfacente?

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Patrizia Splendiani's curator insight, January 25, 2013 3:41 PM

Azione, reiterazione, sistemi che funzionano perfettamente bene, sistemi che funzionano perfettamente male...

Ecco il caso di Marta, del Marta-pensiero, del Marta-pensiero disfunzionale e di una situazione che sta proprio dietro l'angolo, di quello stesso pensiero, e della sua-intrinseca disfunzionalità.

Più facile a farsi che a dirsi... forse... quasi un "limerick"!

Per la serie... approfondimenti ed apprendimenti!

Grazie mille a Mario Maresca per questo utile post!

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Tecniche di persuasione per un business di successo.

Avevo già affrontato il tema di cosa induce le persone all’acquisto adesso invece ampliamo lo spettro alle tecniche di persuasione. Nel marketing esperienziale vince l’emozione, la sint...

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Marketing e persuasione

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Patrizia Splendiani's curator insight, January 24, 2013 8:47 AM

Ed io ti ippopomotizzoooooo...

Scherzi a parte, per chi svolge un'attività imprenditoriale, è ben utile conoscere ed approfondire le tecniche di persua-zione.

Non è un errore, ma una deformazione che inserisco appositamente, visto l'argomento marketing esperenziale e dintorni.
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Una guida per l’astuzia - Mario Maresca

Una guida per l’astuzia - Mario Maresca | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
In un articolo su questo sito, "La saggezza dell'obiettivo", abbiamo portato prove al fatto che, per focalizzarci meglio e ottenere performance adeguate, sia utile avere dei punti d’arrivo, degli obiettivi...
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Una lista di domande che forniscono un contributo per formulare in modo S.M.A.R.T.  i tuoi obiettivi.

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15 Reasons Why Daydreamers are Better Learners

15 Reasons Why Daydreamers are Better Learners | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
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I sognatori a occhi aperti sarebbero migliori nell'apprendimento?

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» 13 Healthy Ways to Comfort Yourself - World of Psychology

» 13 Healthy Ways to Comfort Yourself  - World of Psychology | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it

Whenever you’re anxious, sad or overwhelmed or simply need some soothing, it helps to have a collection of comforting -- and healthy -- tools to turn to.

But some calming activities don’t work for everyone. 

So we asked three experts for their take on how readers can truly soothe their minds and bodies without needing more money, time or anything else, for that matter. Below are 13 strategies anyone can use to comfort themselves when they’re having a bad day.


Via Ariana Amorim
Mario Maresca's insight:

Esercizi per calmarsi e rilassarsi.

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Wise Leader™'s curator insight, January 9, 2013 8:43 AM

Great Tips. I'm sure you'll find at least one strategie that works for you.

donhornsby's curator insight, January 9, 2013 9:11 AM

(I agree!) Great Tips. I'm sure you'll find at least one strategie that works for you.

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Sii astuto! Be S.M.A.R.T.! - Mario Maresca

Sii astuto! Be S.M.A.R.T.! - Mario Maresca | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
In un precedente articolo abbiamo parlato di come formulare bene un obiettivo possa aiutare la persona che l’ha formulato nel percorso verso il suo raggiungimento.



Un buon esercizio per scrivere
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Focus on a Career Direction, Not a Specific Job - Management Tip of the Day - December 13, 2012 - Harvard Business Review

Focus on a Career Direction, Not a Specific Job - Management Tip of the Day - December 13, 2012 - Harvard Business Review | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today's topics and challenges in business management.
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Avere una direzione di carriera, estensione dell'avere un obiettivo.

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When you’re a whiner, you’re a loser

When you’re a whiner, you’re a loser | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Brandon Jacobs’ recent outbursts on social media have played out like a painful rerun of episodes starring NFL divas in their own tragic sitcoms. It’s completely possible Jacobs has a legitimate gripe, but it’s obvious he chose to handle it the worst way. Ask yourself what would happen if you announced to everyone at work the equivalent of what Jacobs announced on social media. Now you know why the New York Giants decided to let him walk away in the offseason despite his role in two Super Bowls and a team record 50 rushing touchdowns.

San Francisco tight end Vernon Davis had plenty of public outbursts under the previous 49ers’ regime led by Mike Singletary, who didn’t hesitate to discipline him for it. Since then he’s been a model teammate and significant contributor with Alex Smith at quarterback. And now with Colin Kaepernick under center Davis has largely vanished over San Francisco’s last three games, totaling three catches for 19 yards and zero touchdowns. I doubt Davis runs a 4.3 second 40-yard dash so he can run block all day, but he’s kept quiet about it. It’s a little something called professionalism. Ask Vernon about it, Brandon, he learned the hard way.

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Ricard Lloria's curator insight, December 11, 2012 5:10 PM

It’s also a simple math problem. One person isn’t more important than the other 52 in uniform. Brandon + Goodbye = Problem solved. No respect, no money, no team. Jacobs knew exactly what he was doing, and now he just needs someone else to blame.

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Non sono portato. – Gli effetti deleteri di una convinzione limitante. di Carlo Camilli

Non sono portato. – Gli effetti deleteri di una convinzione limitante. di Carlo Camilli | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it

Giorni fa mi è capitato di ascoltare una conversazione tra mio figlio, di tredici anni, e due suoi compagni di scuola.
Parlavano di materie scolastiche e del rendimento di altri loro compagni.
Un frammento di conversazione mi è rimasto impresso e lo riporto di seguito il più fedelmente possibile; inflessione romanesca compresa!

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Julian Treasure: 5 ways to listen better | Video on TED.com

TED Talks In our louder and louder world, says sound expert Julian Treasure, "We are losing our listening." In this short, fascinating talk, Treasure shares five ways to re-tune your ears for conscious listening -- to other people and the world...


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The Neuroscience of Emotion: Kerry Ressler at TEDxPeachtree 2012

Fear is a powerful, yet primitive, emotion that is also the root of much violence, war and suffering. Understanding the neuroscience of fear and how we overc...

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C’è vita oltre il laboratorio - Mario Maresca

C’è vita oltre il laboratorio - Mario Maresca | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Recentemente la mia attenzione si è soffermata su un articolo sul “Decision Making”, pubblicato su "Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making", che conferma come le decisioni prese nelle situazioni...
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Le situazioni sperimentali create per gli esperimenti, soprattutto quelli sul comportamento, proprio perché “controllate”, hanno in sé il germe del dubbio: se la situazione fosse differente, fosse “reale” anziché sperimentale, sarebbe tutto uguale o ci sarebbero differenze?

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Relax! You’ll Be More Productive

Relax! You’ll Be More Productive | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
To be at your peak, don’t work so much.

Via Tom Wojick, Wise Leader™
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L'importanza di rilassarsi per essere produttivi

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Tom Wojick's curator insight, February 10, 2013 12:51 PM

This information in this article hightlights and supports the need to renew one's energy to improve the quaility and quanity of our performance. It has many similar concepts to my Rituals of Renewal, Which can reference on my blog and on this page.

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6 Habits of Remarkably Likeable People

6 Habits of Remarkably Likeable People | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
They're charming. They're genuine. And they can make an entire room full of people smile.

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Le sei abitudini delle persone che piacciono: quante di queste abtudini pratichiamo?

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David Hain's curator insight, January 25, 2013 8:59 AM

People buy largely from people they like.  And since we are all selling something, working on likeability seems like a good idea.  Don't like some of the expressions in this piece, but the sentiment is spot on!

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Lavoro di squadra? No, grazie: il 76% dei dipendenti vorrebbe lavorare da solo

Lavoro di squadra? No, grazie: il 76% dei dipendenti vorrebbe lavorare da solo | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Il lavoro di squadra è una faccenda complicata, secondo un’indagine dell’Università di Phoenix condotta su ...
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La questione del team: insieme per forza o per aggiungere valore?

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Buoni propositi veramente “buoni”! - Mario Maresca

Buoni propositi veramente “buoni”! - Mario Maresca | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Si sono appena placati i fuochi d’artificio, in bocca il sapore del brut con cui abbiamo festeggiato l’inizio del nuovo anno.
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Che fine hanno fatto i propositi fatti allo scoccare del nuovo anno? Consigli ed esercizi per il cambiamento.

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Shaking up habits through disruptive realism

Shaking up habits through disruptive realism | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Dave Hoffer of Frog Design shares some insights on creativity and Shaking up habits through disruptive realism

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Cambiare abitudini grazie al "realtà"

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Jules Pourchon's comment, February 13, 12:48 PM
I do like this article because in my opinion this is exactly how I see creativity. The main thing that comes out from the video is the way to integrate creativity in people's everyday life, through the environment in which they are living. I like the idea of the term “disruptive realism” because it is for me the perfect way to catch people attention and to make them think about the message you want to deliver. We are living in a new era with new way to express and to create and what the video shows is the modernity of the creativity. Banksy in my opinion represents the perfect example of creativity thanks to his work that creates a real break between our original way of thinking, of perception and the new world we are living in. I’d like to think that these disruptions will lead us to many other experiences and different perception of our environment.
Jules Pourchon's comment, February 13, 12:48 PM
I do like this article because in my opinion this is exactly how I see creativity. The main thing that comes out from the video is the way to integrate creativity in people's everyday life, through the environment in which they are living. I like the idea of the term “disruptive realism” because it is for me the perfect way to catch people attention and to make them think about the message you want to deliver. We are living in a new era with new way to express and to create and what the video shows is the modernity of the creativity. Banksy in my opinion represents the perfect example of creativity thanks to his work that creates a real break between our original way of thinking, of perception and the new world we are living in. I’d like to think that these disruptions will lead us to many other experiences and different perception of our environment.
Céline Ferrenbach's comment, February 13, 5:27 PM
This video found an echo inside me and I wish people would teach you this at school. Indeed, that’s exactly what I am thinking about when talking about creativity. When I see advertising, innovative design in the streets, in malls or wherever which focus on “being different, original and fun” I just tell myself: “they got it!” And that’s what any company would want to be. Thinking out of the box, being the difference that matters, and making people smile. <br>Just as Steve Jobs put it: “Think different”. But think different does not mean being an outcast who doesn’t like to be like the others. It means that you should never take anything for granted, not even what you think you know, most of all not what you think you know! Because to me, a good leader is also someone who has as a mantra Socrate’s quote : “I know one thing: that I know nothing”. This leader is curious, eager to learn everything and he knows learning can come from everywhere, everybody. By always putting yourself and what you know into question, you avoid to get stuck in one way of thinking, as often seen. People are often stuck in a vision of the world somebody, a culture, traditions, taught them. This is a perfect way to remind them that there are always different types of perspective. <br>Staying curious is the first step to be creative. And by experimenting new approaches, “disruptive realism”, innovative design and so on, you are offering people new filters of perception they would have never thought about.
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The Power of Belief - Mindset and Success: Eduardo Briceno at TEDxManhattanBeach

The way we understand our intelligence and abilities deeply impacts our success. Based on social science research and real life examples, Eduardo Briceño  articulates how mindset, or the understanding of intelligence and abilities, is key. When students or adults see their abilities as fixed, whether they think they're naturals or just not built for a certain domain, they avoid challenge and lose interest when things get hard. Conversely, when they understand that abilities are developed, they more readily adopt learning-oriented behaviors such as deliberate practice and grit that enable them to achieve their goals. But this belief is itself malleable, and there are clear actions we can all take to establish a growth mindset and enable success for our children, our peers and ourselves.


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Il Potere delle mente e delle credenze per ottenere performance superiori.

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La saggezza dell’obiettivo - Mario Maresca

La saggezza dell’obiettivo - Mario Maresca | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Nelle attività legate allo sviluppo individuale si parla molto di avere un “obiettivo” e scriverlo per facilitarne il raggiungimento. Ma è veramente così necessario?
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Perché avere obiettivi e renderli chiari a noi stessi ci aiuta a raggiungerli.

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Leadership: Steve Jobs

Leadership: Steve Jobs | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it
Trait theory questions if natural leaders are born or made in the case with Steve Jobs I believe it is both (Eisenberg, 250). Let’s investigate further. Steve Jobs is the former maniacal lead...

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Leadership thoughts from Inside master

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Punto...e basta? - Mario Maresca

Punto...e basta? - Mario Maresca | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it

Su quale “punto” fissiamo la nostra attenzione nello scambio con l’altro? In che modo leggiamo quello che avviene? Chi ha cominciato e perché? La risposta a queste domande determina il tipo di relazione che lega i comunicanti e ne "punteggia" il decorso.

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La fortuna non esiste, ma si può costruire | [4]Marketing.biz

La fortuna non esiste, ma si può costruire | [4]Marketing.biz | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it

Un interessante articolo che  evidenzia come la fortuna non derivi semplicemente dalla concomitanza di tanti eventi improbabili, ma si possa costruire un ambiente conduttivo alla fortuna...


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Fostering curiosity here, there and everywhere

Fostering curiosity here, there and everywhere | Behaviour & Effectiveness | Scoop.it

When I speak with students, I often ask, “Who wants to become successful?” All hands shoot up.


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