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Fishes! Scroll down for process pictures"Fish Triptych" - watercolor, gouache and pastel on paper - 7" x 10"
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Robert Sapolsky, a Stanford biologist, is currently one of the most publicly accessible science writers in the country, perhaps best known for his book on stress, Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers. In the lecture above, Sapolsky takes a hard look at depres...
In a Creative Mornings talk, creative thinker Simon Sinek demonstrates very clearly how the way you phrase a request for something you want will often mean the difference between someone helping you and someone finding you annoying.
Are limiting beliefs preventing you from achieving the personal and professional success you deserve? Discover 51 simple strategies for breaking limiting beliefs and free yourself once and for all.
[Photo by Teon Harasymiv] People love to give each other advice. The web is full to bursting with all types of pseudo-psychological advice about life. The problem is, how much of this is based on real scientific evidence? Well, here
The answer to the above question is yes. The previous statement is a lie.
Researchers in Portugal found that we should trust our intuition and make a quick decision instead of taking our time.
Expressing regret may grease the social wheels, but not doing so boosts your sense of power, control and self-worth. Try explaining that to your boss.
"Smile, breathe and go slowly."