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Criticism Is Not Feedback

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There’s a huge difference between feedback and criticism. Feedback is helpful and constructive; criticism is hurtful and damaging.

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Neuroeducation Will Lead to Big Breakthroughs in Learning

Neuroeducation Will Lead to Big Breakthroughs in Learning | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
As neuroscience brings greater understanding of the human brain, experts are applying those findings in the classroom to improve how we teach and learn.

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Nik Peachey's curator insight, November 20, 2017 3:23 AM

Great reading

Carlos Fosca's curator insight, November 20, 2017 5:10 PM

"The National Academy of Science suggests it might be unethical to continue to use the traditional lecture approach when we have growing robust evidence from many different studies that other methods are far more effective.

As student loan debt surpasses credit card debt to leave many graduates unhappy, educational institutions have a moral obligation to provide students with a learning experience that gives them their money’s worth. Applying the latest findings from neuroscience into their classrooms is one way to do so." (By Raya Bidshahri - Oct 24, 2017)

Lisa Marie Blaschke's curator insight, November 21, 2017 2:33 AM
Lot of lots of good insights and emerging ideas here: role of neuroeducation, importance of passion-based learning, and learner-controlled learning. Also: “teaching young minds about neuroscience and neuroplasticity alone can have a positive impact on their learning” #heutagogy
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The Science Behind Increasing Mental Toughness & Reducing Stress - Growing Leaders

The Science Behind Increasing Mental Toughness & Reducing Stress - Growing Leaders | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
During my years working with Dr. John C. Maxwell, he told me a story from his boyhood. He recalls wrestling his older brother, Larry, in the living room. Larry was bigger and more experienced, which meant he beat John every single time. Over time, the defeats came quicker and quicker, as John became conditioned to…

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Ariana Amorim's curator insight, September 26, 2017 6:20 AM
Three simple steps for coaches to induce “learned industriousness.”
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The Better You Know Yourself, the More Resilient You’ll Be

The Better You Know Yourself, the More Resilient You’ll Be | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it

Adapting to change requires self-knowledge.

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Cognitive Restructuring: The Complete Guide on How to Reframe Your Beliefs

Cognitive Restructuring: The Complete Guide on How to Reframe Your Beliefs | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
"Cognitive restructuring" is a tool used by psychologists and therapists to help identify beliefs that are maladaptive and destructive to our lives, and then reframe them to new beliefs that are more constructive and healthy.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Do You Have Enough Empathy?

INFOGRAPHIC: Do You Have Enough Empathy? | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
Empathy improves our relationships, lowers stress, and makes us feel more connected to those around us. Here's how you can up your empathy quotient today!

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What If You're Born Without Sympathy & Empathy? 

Most of us are born with all our emotions in place, but what if a few crucial feelings were removed?


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Be kind to thyself: Moving beyond the misconceptions of compassion

Be kind to thyself: Moving beyond the misconceptions of compassion | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it

But first, people need to move beyond misconceptions about compassion toward others and self, said Russell Kolts, an Eastern Washington University psychology professor. He researches and writes about compassionate-based therapy for handling anger, fear and other strong emotions.


“I think people have this concept that compassion is soft and weak, when in reality, it’s very different,” Kolts said.

“It’s really what you do when suffering shows up. It’s about how do you handle it when things go wrong or when you’re hurting, or you come into contact with that part of yourself you don’t like, in the case of self-compassion.”

While compassionate acts include kindness and support, many people are more prone to make those gestures for others. A term used in therapy called mindful self-compassion simply encourages some thought toward acceptance of emotions and a little kindness toward self, he said.


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Stop Being Hard on Yourself: 12 Tips for Learning Life Lessons

Stop Being Hard on Yourself: 12 Tips for Learning Life Lessons | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
You need to recognize when you’re being hard on yourself so you can kill negative thinking.
How?
Are you comparing yourself to others? Are you hiding or repressing your anger? Are you trying to do everything alone without a support system?
Stop!
Below is an infographic with 12 simple and inspiring ideas from Anna Vital for how to stop being hard on yourself.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 27, 2016 2:18 AM

Contemplation New Year resolutions? Consider dealing with your inner critic!

donhornsby's curator insight, December 27, 2016 10:14 AM
Surround yourself with people who want you to succeed. Having people you can trust and rely on will make you happier and feel better about yourself.
 
carmendsw's curator insight, December 29, 2016 12:47 PM
Reflecting on your performance, progress, failures in 2016? Here are some pointers on how to learn positively.
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Learn to Respond, Not React! #1 Liked Blog!

Learn to Respond, Not React! #1 Liked Blog! | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
One of my favorite stories is a lesson about taking responsibility for our own lives. It is about learning to respond rather than react when we are confronted by “life”. I heard this simple Buddhist story many years ago, and it goes like this:

A young farmer paddled his boat vigorously up river. He was covered with sweat as he paddled his boat upstream to deliver his produce to the village. It was a hot day, and he wanted to make his delivery and get home before dark. As he looked ahead, he spied another vessel, heading rapidly downstream toward his boat. He rowed furiously to get out of the way, but it didn’t seem to help.

He shouted, “Change direction! You are going to hit me!” The boat came straight towards him anyway. It hit his boat with a violent thud. The young man cried out, “You idiot! How could you manage to hit my boat in the middle of this wide river?”

As he glared into the boat, seeking out the individual responsible for the accident, he realized that there was no one. He had been screaming at an empty boat that had broken free of its moorings and was floating downstream with the current.


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David Hain's curator insight, December 5, 2016 10:01 AM

Great parable and lesson about leadership form Dr Marshall Goldsmith!

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, December 5, 2016 1:44 PM
Respond and responsbility come from the same etymological roots.
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The Neuroscience of Perseverance

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To produce more dopamine, get in the habit of setting deadlines and completing goals in a timely manner. Create a daily schedule that includes self-imposed deadlines and stick to it! Use timers, calendars and peer pressure to keep you on track and condition yourself. Partner with a like-minded friend who has similar goals and make a pact that you will hold one another accountable to stay on deadline.


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, December 3, 2016 1:41 AM

Good techniques to help students feel more successful.

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Les étudiants sont désormais formés au « savoir-être »

Les étudiants sont désormais formés au « savoir-être » | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
Les jeunes diplômés sont désormais également jugés sur leurs « compétences humaines ». Les grandes écoles se sont adaptées au marché du travail. L’université résiste encore.

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Bénédicte Berche's curator insight, November 19, 2016 1:00 PM
Il était temps... Il était temps... et je commence à faire ma part avec les ateliers iChange !
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Tony Robbins on Why 'Action Is the Key to Everything'

Tony Robbins on Why 'Action Is the Key to Everything' | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
Tony Robbins, life coach and author of Money: Master the Game , explains why 80 percent of success is psychological.
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C'est l'action qui permet le changement.
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Why Self-Compassion Beats Self-Confidence

Why Self-Compassion Beats Self-Confidence | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it

Confidence may be overrated.

 

We live in a culture that reveres self-confidence and self-assuredness, but as it turns out, there may be a better approach to success and personal development: self-compassion. While self-confidence makes you feel better about your abilities, it can also lead you to vastly overestimate those abilities.

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Self-compassion, on the other hand, encourages you to acknowledge your flaws and limitations, allowing you to look at yourself from a more objective and realistic point of view. Both have merits, but many experts believe that self-compassion includes the advantages of self-confidence without the drawbacks.

 

By KRISTIN WONG
DEC. 28, 2017


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10 Best Books to Help Achieve Your Goals

10 Best Books to Help Achieve Your Goals | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
Need help reaching your goals or changing habits? These 10 action-oriented books will motivate you to reach your full potential.

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Here's why your attitude is more important than your intelligence

Here's why your attitude is more important than your intelligence | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it

With a fixed mindset, you believe you are who you are and you cannot change. This creates problems when you’re challenged because anything that appears to be more than you can handle is bound to make you feel hopeless and overwhelmed. 

People with a growth mindset believe that they can improve with effort. They outperform those with a fixed mindset, even when they have a lower IQ, because they embrace challenges, treating them as opportunities to learn something new.

 

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How to stay calm when you know you'll be stressed

How to stay calm when you know you'll be stressed | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
You're not at your best when you're stressed. In fact, your brain has evolved over millennia to release cortisol in stressful situations, inhibiting rational, logical thinking but potentially helping you survive, say, being attacked by a lion. Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin thinks there's a way to avoid making critical mistakes in stressful situations, when your thinking becomes clouded -- the pre-mortem. "We all are going to fail now and then," he says. "The idea is to think ahead to what those failures might be."

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3 mental barriers to learning

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Whether you are an executive, a tradesman or a highly accomplished professional, the biggest barrier to learning is not your lack of time or resources. Your biggest barrier to learning is your own ego. We live in a sea of opportunity for learning through other people, yet we fail to see the opportunity due to three mental barriers:

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Alexandra Mápura's curator insight, August 11, 2017 11:56 PM

This article helps English learners to reflect on what they do unconsciously to avoid learning. I realised I did it before, and I lost the opportunity to learn about English for some barriers I had. I agree with the three barriers to learning that the article presents because I got stuck learning English for those reasons. I think I sometimes assume I already knew something, and I do not give a chance to get a new knowledge or remember some important  aspect I have already forgotten, or I feel pressure to be right, and I do not take a risk to get better. 

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15 Questions to Strengthen Empathic Thinking 

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According to research published in the Lady Geek Global Empathy Index, the top 10 companies in the Global Empathy Index 2015 increased in value more than twice as much as the bottom 10 and generated 50% more earnings.

 

If you want to unlock revenue growth maybe your focus shouldn’t be on conversion rate optimization, pushing that next feature, or designing a better marketing campaign; but rather on figuring out how to build empathy muscle.

 

Empathy — the ability to understand and relate to others’ points of view — is now widely considered a core competency of creativity, leadership, and being an all-around happy, successful person.


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Receiving Feedback - Six Scary Words That Make Me Sweat

Receiving Feedback - Six Scary Words That Make Me Sweat | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
"Would you be open to some feedback?" may be the six scariest words I know. It’s embarrassing to admit what a mess I can be about feedback. I teach this stuff. They’re just words, and so is the feedback that comes with them. For me the problem is one of perspective. No doubt most of the people

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Understanding the Science Behind Empathy and Empaths

Understanding the Science Behind Empathy and Empaths | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it

As a psychiatrist and an empath, I am fascinated by how the phenomenon of empathy works. I feel passionately that empathy is the medicine the world needs right now.

Empathy is when we reach our hearts out to others and put ourselves in their shoes. However, being an empath goes even farther. Like many of my patients and myself, empaths are people who’re high on the empathic spectrum and actually feel what is happening in others in their own bodies. As a result, empaths can have incredible compassion for people—but they often get exhausted from feeling “too much” unless they develop strategies to safeguard their sensitivities and develop healthy boundaries.

 

Judith Orloff MD Author,

'The Empath's Survival Guide: Life Strategies for Sensitive People'


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How to be 1% Better Every Day (The Kaizen Approach to Self-improvement)

How to be 1% Better Every Day (The Kaizen Approach to Self-improvement) | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
The quest to become a better version of yourself often feels like a roller coaster ride. It’s hard. And it’s usually so uneven. You can end in failure. But life is a journey, not a marathon, so you always have another opportunity to restart and improve.
Many people practically look out for secrets, tricks, and hacks that will make EVERYTHING better right now. But unfortunately life doesn’t work that way. There are no “overnight successes”. Think of all the incredible people you truly admire. They didn’t succeed becasue of one giant move, but rather a series of small and consistent actions over time.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 11, 2016 6:27 AM

Kaizen? Marginal gains? Whatever you call it, continuous improvement works!

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12 Things You Need to Really Get Rid of in the Next 12 Months

12 Things You Need to Really Get Rid of in the Next 12 Months | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
If you want the next 12 months to be different than the past 12 months, look at your habits.
Changing a habit, especially a bad one, is among the most powerful forces you can employ to make your life and business better.
Here are 12 habits many of us repeatedly struggle with. If you recognize yourself in any of these, you really need to get rid of them — and this time next year, you could be free of the consequences they cause.

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David Hain's curator insight, December 5, 2016 11:47 AM

Food for thought as the New Year approaches. Some of these really resonate with me, others I think I've got on top of. But they were all true once...

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A psychologist shares the 10 qualities of the most authentic people

A psychologist shares the 10 qualities of the most authentic people | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
They approach life with a different mindset.

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Self Development: A Journey, Not A Crusade

Self Development: A Journey, Not A Crusade | DareDo : Les grandes vertus de quelques grammes d'audace | Scoop.it
Self-development is more about igniting the fire from within instead of external factors. External influences only act as facilitators to the goal of development. The goal could be to quit smoking, become more available to your family, take classes to learn new skills or practice philanthropy.
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