Experience Junkies: The Futility of Searching for Every New Thrill and Sensation

An experience junkie is a type of person who always finds themselves seeking new and thrilling experiences. These experiences could be anything: traveling to new places, meeting new types of people, attending big music festivals, experimenting with drugs and sex, … Continue reading

The Triple Path Model of Insight: How Revolutionary Thinkers Arrive at Insights

Whether it’s a ground-breaking scientific discovery or a glimpse into our own personal habits and behaviors, what leads people to moments of insight? This is one of the key questions psychologist Gary Klein asks himself in his new book Seeing … Continue reading

Organized Home, Organized Mind: Why a Tidying Marathon Can Change Your Life

We like to believe that our minds can be completely independent from our environment. We say to ourselves things like, “It doesn’t matter how chaotic my outside circumstances are, as long as I remain calm and relaxed from the inside.” … Continue reading

Make Friends At Work: Why You Should Turn Your Coworkers Into Best Buds

Do you consider yourself to be good friends with your coworkers? The answer to this question could determine how much overall happiness and satisfaction you have at work. In psychologist Ron Friedman’s new book The Best Place to Work: The … Continue reading

Why a “Team of Teams” Mindset is the Future of Organizational Psychology

Today’s world is filled with more information than ever before and it’s becoming increasingly more complex. One might think in our current technological age – and with the growing amount of “big data” – that it might become easier for … Continue reading