Asking yourself the right kinds of questions is a powerful tool to keep you focused on what really matters. The following are some of the questions I like to ask myself.
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Part 17 of the Reasoned Spirituality site. The unique nature of the human perception of reality, and the value of each perceived event
You're going to hate hearing this. My only defense is that this is what I wish somebody had said to me around 1995 or so.
I was late for my meeting with the CEO of a technology company and I was emailing him from my iPhone as I walked onto the elevator in his company's office building. I stayed focused on the screen as I rode to the sixth floor. I was still typing with ...
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How to change what others think, believe, feel and do is at the core of many professions. Here are the inner secrets of persuasion and changing other people.
You are not who you think you are. Your personality and identity is significantly more malleable than you realize. With a few simple tricks, you can exploit your brain's innate functionality to change just about anything about yourself.
You've likely heard that body language accounts for up to 55% of how we communicate, but reading non-verbal cues isn't just about broad strokes. The same gesture can indicate a number of different things depending on context.