Fast Company 3 Ways To Be An Effective Self-Leader Fast Company I had to re-examine the concepts of self-leadership recently when I spent a year improving my health with the help of my good friend, fitness expert Tim Kearin.
Ability To Delay Gratification Linked With Brain's Hippocampus Huffington Post The reason why some people are better able to delay gratification could have something to do with the brain's hippocampus, according to a new study.
Washington Times Hardwiring happiness into the brain Washington Times ARCATA, Calif., October 21, 2013 – Neuropsychologist Rick Hanson says the human brain has evolved to sort for and focus on negative experiences, but with intention and discipline...
RedOrbit The Human Brain Project Begins Forbes Today in Switzerland, the 135 members of the Human Brain Project gathered to kick off the 10 year global project that will give us a deeper and more meaningful understanding of how the human brain...
Matt Lieberman, a distinguished social psychologist and neuroscientist, basically won the lottery. This past summer, he was offered three million dollars for an academic position—one million in raw income and two to do lab research.
Napping your way to the top: why your brain needs sleep to maintain memories The Bowdoin Orient But sleep is ubiquitous throughout the animal kingdom. Even marine mammals who must surface to breathe will sleep, albeit one brain hemisphere at a time.
Why focus is the key to success Los Angeles Times A psychologist, former science journalist at the New York Times and author of the bestselling book "Emotional Intelligence," Goleman appears to have the measure of his readers.
3 Ways Your Emotional Brain Can Help You Communicate with Your Partner PsychCentral.com (blog) 3 Ways Your Emotional Brain Can Help You Communicate with Your Partner Jean Houston, a teacher and philosopher, talks about how living conditions over...
Joshua Freedman is the bestselling author of At the Heart of Leadership and the CEO of Six Seconds – The Emotional Intelligence Network. josh-richmond-ef-500. Josh: Dan, I'm excited to continue this dialogue about FOCUS ...
New Theory of Synapse Formation in the Brain Science Daily (press release) Oct. 10, 2013 — The human brain keeps changing throughout a person's lifetime. New connections are continually created while synapses that are no longer in use degenerate.
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