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How You Speak Is Just As Important As What You Say

Recent research shows that the way we speak is often just as important as the words we use. Some important characteristics of speech include: volume, pitch, tone, and pace.

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This Isn’t Me: Selflessness and Creativity

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8 Biases That Cripple Smart Decision-Making

A bias is any inclination toward a particular belief or perspective, often one that is ill-supported by reason or evidence. When we call another person “biased” we usually mean that they are incapable of looking objectively at the facts. They are too stuck in their own world view, with their own prejudices, and usually unwilling […]

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Power of the Pen: 5 Scientific Reasons You Should be Writing More

The Power of the Pen: 5 Scientific Reasons to Write More

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Should You Keep Your Goals To Yourself?

Keep Your Goals To Yourself? Some research suggests that talking about our future goals give us a false sense of accomplishment.

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