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Grit and the Need for Achievement

We humans have many needs. Our most commonly recognized needs include food, water, sleep, shelter, and comfort to survive, but we also crave a lot more than that out of life. Aside from our basic needs for survival, we also have many psychological needs. These include needs such as confidence, meaning, and love. These things […]

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How to Improve Any Personality Trait

Everyone’s personality is a mixture between nature and nurture. While many of our personality tendencies may be determined by our genes, our personality is also very flexible depending on our learning and experiences. A recent study found that your personality is often much more flexible than you realize. And even more surprisingly, changes to your […]

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Beat Your High Score in the Game of Life

Life is a lot like a video game. We all start at a certain level, and then we try our best to work our way up. It’s all about taking what you have and making the most of it, always striving to be just a little bit better than you were yesterday. There are always […]

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Power Posing: Using Your Body to Improve Confidence and Reduce Stress

When we think of our body posture and facial expressions, we typically consider them to just be a display of what we’re feeling on the side. However, the truth is more complicated. Our body language doesn’t just communicate our thoughts and feelings to others, it also communicates our thoughts and feelings to ourselves. One of […]

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Mind Is A Verb, Not A Noun

When talking about our minds, we have a tendency to take complicated processes and treat them as simplified things. For example, we say we want “happiness” or “confidence” or “motivation” but how do we know when we really have them? These things aren’t something you can see, hear, touch, taste, or smell, they aren’t something […]

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