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The Best Ways to Stay Updated on Psychology Research

Psychology research plays a major role in my self improvement journey. I like to learn as much as possible about our minds and how they work, so over the years I’ve come up with some really easy ways to make sure I don’t miss anything new and important that comes out. This article describes the […]

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The 5 Key Stages of the Creative Process

“Creativity is a lot like looking at the world through a kaleidoscope. You look at a set of elements, the same ones everyone else sees, but then reassemble those floating bits and pieces into an enticing new possibility.” Rosabeth Kanter Creativity can often seem like a random and spontaneous process – perhaps something we believe […]

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How to Overcome Mean World Syndrome

Do you think we live in a mean and terrible world? Then you may have mean world syndrome. Mean world syndrome is a concept proposed by George Gerbner, an influential professor of communication who spent his life studying how culture and media influences our beliefs and perception about society. The basic idea behind mean world […]

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How to Act With Uncertainty

In every action there is an element of uncertainty. This is because we never know exactly how the future is going to play out. We can gain knowledge and experience, and have a “good guess” on how something may work out, but we can’t know anything as 100% certain. Our uncertainty is therefore a necessary […]

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How to Think for Yourself and Question Authority

I remember as a young teen when I first heard the words, “Think for yourself and question authority.” It was a soundbite of Timothy Leary being sampled in the Tool song Third Eye – I was probably 13 or 14 at the time. The swirling guitars and synthesized chaos of the song along with the […]

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