Change of Pace is Essential

Traditionally, summer is considered break time, especially for kids. If you think about it, though, many kids are not getting a break in a traditional sense: their lives are still

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How to Choose

How do you make the best choice in a situation in which your decision has serious consequences? We’re not talking about ice cream flavors here, so let’s get serious and

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How to Stop Feeling Like a Failure: 3 Practical Strategies

* * * * *     The latest from Mind Terrain Coaching:  Making a major life transformation on your own is ridiculously hard. If you’re ready to work, though, and ready for

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Odd but Effective Brain Connections for Boosting Productivity

    Do you by chance see days of the week in color? What about seeing numbers or letters in color? How about getting a distinct smell associated with a specific

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Love in the Time of Neuroscience

    One of our sons asked me recently how we can know for sure whether our love for someone is real. I thought about it for a while. I heard

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When to Choose the Easy Path

Let’s do a 30-second experiment. Ready? Grab a piece of paper and a pen, divide the paper into two columns, and label them “Easy Path” and “Hard Path”. Now, put

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How World Cup Can Improve Work Engagement

Let me say this upfront: if you’re trying to get someone you love to watch any sports game with you, or at the very least, to leave you in peace

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Expectations: to Have or Not to Have

I’m sure you’ve heard the expression “The key to happiness is low expectations”. It’s common wisdom, but is it really true? It seems to ring true: when you don’t expect much, and

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Worried While Waiting For News? Do These 5 Things.

Can you recall what it feels like to sit in a waiting room? A waiting room could be literal or metaphorical: … in a doctor’s waiting room, before an appointment

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