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7 Reasons You Struggle with Happiness

It’s important to make someone happy, and it’s important to start with yourself. But before your level of contentment can improve, your choices and actions must improve. If you’ve been struggling to find happiness there’s a good chance… When you feel flustered because someone has received the very thing you want, force yourself to remember how much you have already been given. Remember that there’s plenty for everyone, and that everyone gets one dose at a time. Remember that what happened to someone else has absolutely no bearing on what happens to you. Your success is unique to you. Devamını Oku »

    Large national study strongly links educational leadership to student achievement

    A new study released today, the largest of its kind, offers important new evidence affirming the strong connection between what school leaders do and student achievement – and sheds new light on what effective leadership involves. The conclusions in the report, Learning from Leadership: Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning, by researchers Kyla Wahlstrom and Karen Seashore Louis from the University Devamını Oku »

      Tenacious Persistence

      The force that is going to carry you to your goal, Is coiled up inside of you , in your energy, your pluck, your grit, Your originality, your character, and your possession of a strong, Persistent, tenacious purpose. Whatever you do in life, keep in an ambition – Arousing atmosphere. Keep close to those who are dead in earnest, Who are anxious to do something in the world. You will catch the spirit of your environment. Devamını Oku »

        Why humans are brainier than chimps

        A new study sheds light on why humans are so much more intelligent than chimpanzees despite sharing almost 99% of the same DNA.  Though humans have much the same genes as chimps, it seems that this genetic information can behave differently in the two species.  When researchers looked how genes operate in human and chimp livers, brains and blood, they found the biggest differences in the brains.  The work could help understand how humans evolved and why some diseases affected the two species differently Devamını Oku »

          Scientists identify what makes us feel ‘bad’ when we’re sick, how to treat it

          A signaling system in the brain previously shown to regulate sleep is also responsible for inducing lethargy during illness, according to research conducted at Oregon Health & Science University Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. This research is particularly meaningful because it implies that a new class of drugs developed to treat sleep disorders can reverse the inactivity and exhaustion brought on by acute illness. Although the sleep drugs were initially designed to treat narcolepsy, they have the potential to restore energy Devamını Oku »

            Book Review: A Whole New Mind by Daniel H. Pink

            Are you ready to make a journey to the human mind and explore more about it? Tom Peters, the author of In Search of Excellence declares: “This book is a miracle. Completely original and profound”. An interesting book on the human mind to adapt to your workplace and personal lives is A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future by Daniel H. Pink, the famous author of Free Agent Nation and Drive. The author of A Whole New Mind, Daniel H. Pink is a lecturer on economic transformation and the new workplace. His works are appreciated by businesses as well as individuals who want to get a good sense of a better life. The works of the author have been translated Devamını Oku »

              Web of Popularity, Achieved by Bullying

              For many teenagers navigating the social challenges of high school, the ultimate goal is to become part of the “popular” crowd. But new research suggests that the road to high school popularity can be treacherous, and that students near the top of the social hierarchy are often both perpetrators and victims of aggressive behavior involving their peers. The latest findings, being published this month in The American Sociological Review, offer a fascinating glimpse into the social stratification of teenagers. The new study, along with related research from the University of California, Davis, also challenges the stereotypes of both high school bully and victim. Devamını Oku »

                Motivation is key to team success

                Britain’s Sean Yates was well known for his tireless, and selfless, team time-trialing during his long Tour de France career. Yates, now manager of Britain’s Linda McCartney Foods Cycling Team, gives BBC Sport Online a few pointers for Tuesday’s 70-kilometre team time-trial. For me the team time-trial is about tactics and motivation. It is not just about the team with the best riders. All the teams with serious yellow jersey contenders should be well prepared, but the internal politics of a team also plays a part. Devamını Oku »

                  How to Raise Our I.Q

                  Poor people have I.Q.’s significantly lower than those of rich people, and the awkward conventional wisdom has been that this is in large part a function of genetics. After all, a series of studies seemed to indicate that I.Q. is largely inherited. Identical twins raised apart, for example, have I.Q.’s that are remarkably similar. They are even closer on average than those of fraternal twins who grow up together. If intelligence were deeply encoded in our genes, that would lead to the depressing conclusion that neither schooling nor antipoverty programs can accomplish much. Yet while this view of I.Q. Devamını Oku »

                    Book Review: How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie

                    Do you want to succeed in managing human relations? Are you wondering about the ways to have more people in your life, make them love you and convince them into your own way of thinking? Then How to Win Friends and Influence People by the famous author Dale Carnegie may possibly offer you the skills that you need in your life. Dale Carnegie (1888 – 1955) was an American writer and lecturer who was an expert on self-improvement, remarkably on the fields of public speaking and interpersonal skills. He was the author of the bestseller How to Win Friends and Influence People Devamını Oku »