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Cognitive Bias Modification: Train Your Mind to See The Positive

Is your mind biased to see the positive or the negative in your environment? A new form of self-therapy called cognitive bias modification attempts to train your mind to see the positive through a fun and interesting new technique. In fact, a recent study has shown that cognitive bias modification (CBM) has been proven to […]

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How to Stop Being Jealous of Other People’s Success

“100% of all haters in the world are unrealized potential.” Joe Rogan You can tell a lot about a person by how they react to other people’s happiness and success. For many, we seem to get easily threatened when we see other people doing better than us in some area in life. We find it […]

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The Power of “10 Second” Relationships

Every time we leave our homes, there is opportunity for social interaction. This is true even if it’s just something small – like talking to the cashier at a grocery store, or saying “Hi” to a neighbor, or complimenting someone’s shirt who you see on the bus or train. Many of us try to ignore […]

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The Importance of Selling Yourself

Selling yourself is something that everyone needs to learn. Whether we are trying to get a job, or get a date, or get a gig for our new band – our lives are filled with situations where we are seeking to persuade someone or “win them over.” Often times “selling” comes with negative connotations. We […]

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Curiosity and the Advantages of a Hungry Mind

“Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” – Steve Jobs Curiosity is the desire to learn and explore something just for the sake of learning and exploring it. There are many theories as to what influences humans to experience curiosity. One theory is the “curiosity-drive model.” We often seek a coherent map of reality, so when we discover […]

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