Mental Space: Optimizing Your Cognitive Bandwidth

  In the recent years, there has been much talk among scientists and in the media about cognitive bandwidth. Simply put, cognitive bandwidth (or “mental space”, as we refer to

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Chase For Upgrades: When Is “Good Enough” Good Enough?

This summer has been filled with more questions than answers for me. About parenting (is it better to cut kids some slack, or to continue with sports practices 5 times

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Control or Let Go?

Analytical Thinkers’ Guide for Letting Go As analytical people, we often try to control situations to create or get what we want. It seems logical: we want something, so we

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What Do You Believe?

How do you distinguish between what you know, and what you believe? What is the difference between a fact and an opinion, anyway? While knowledge is a compilation of facts,

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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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Best Strategy for Improving Your Personal “State of the Union”

Listening to President Obama’s State of the Union Address made me think of this: what are our rituals for evaluating our successes on regular basis, and setting inspiring agendas for the year? Think

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My Best Resources from 2014

I’d like to share with you some of my favorite resources from 2014, as well as my work that you said made a difference for you. Let’s keep sharing our best resources!

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Best Thing You Can Wish For

           Between all the memories, obligations, presents, family gatherings, hopes, expectations, responsibilities and promises, this time of the year can feel hectic and stressful. Still, this time of the

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What You’ve Never Done Before

     I’m about to do something I’ve never done before.     I’m inviting you to join me on an unusual, restorative, and magical journey, where you’ll learn something “off the

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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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