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Can we really judge a book by its cover? When it comes to making snap judgments about others, it turns out, we may be pretty good at doing just that.
How to make the perfect first impression (according to science).
Creating trust in the first meeting is so important - let the other person feel understood.
First impressions DO matter. Interested in tips?
Neuroscience tells us that, to be more productive and creative, we need to give our brains a break. It's the quiet mind that produces the best insights.
Build "purposeful" breaks into your day with these 3 quick and easy ways...Read More: http://lifehacker.kinja.com/5971173/three-quick-and-easy-ways-to-quiet-your-mind
3 quick and easy ways to create purposeful breaks during day
Try to build a time that is just for you into your day.
A neuropsychological approach to happiness, by meeting core needs (safety, satisfaction, and connection) and training neurons to overcome a negativity bias
"Hanson’s book (a sort of self-help manual grounded in research on learning and brain structure) doesn’t suggest that we avoid dwelling on negative experiences altogether—that would be impossible. Instead, he advocates training our brains to appreciate positive experiences when we do have them, by taking the time to focus on them and install them in the brain."
It is easy to forget how good we have it rather than watching for the next shoe to fall. Rick Hanson posits that that is due to the way we are wired; a necessity for survival.
Hack the brain to increase complex problem solving.