The Best Reason to Break the Rules

It’s been almost 30 years since the greatest moment of sporting commentary ever and we have our proper friends from across the pond to thank.  The BBC has rather strict rules about sports...

Want a mini-orgasm for your brain? Try this!

Genuine compliments cost nothing and they create more than warm fuzzies. When people receive a compliment, it triggers the same reward centers in the brain as sex and releases a boost of dopamine...

What Does a Conscious Community Look Like?

"I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength...

Redefining What it Means to be Social

A few weeks ago, I shared a piece titled, How Much is a “Like” Worth? Whether you blog, vlog, or share someone else’s, checking all those looks, likes, and shares is part of the game. The pull of...

Bad Bosses Kill More than Morale

If you haven't had the experience of suffering through an incompetent, insecure, or plain old bully of a boss, consider yourself lucky! According to a Gallup study, companies fill management...

From Goal-Setter to Goal-Getter

What is your lofty goalthat thing you really want to do but can never seem to get to? Maybe you want to write a book, learn a foreign language, or start your own business. You have the best of...

Why Social Rejection Hurts so Much

The human brain is wired to connect with others.  What that means is that it’s not just a nice-to-have, it’s a must-have. A sense of belonging and social acceptance is

Boost Brain Function with a little Sunshine

Everyone knows that sunshine has a big impact on mood and overall well-being. But, new studies show that it also affects how we think and make decisions. Surprising findings from the University of...

What's going on inside the brains of engaged employees?

Engaged employees stay for what they can give. Disengaged employees stay for what they can get.  But what is actually going on inside their brains?

It's All About the Kiss

One of the most iconic kisses in history is the famous sailor who kisses an unknown nurse in Times Square after the end of World War II. That sailor, George Mendonsa, who turned the photograph into a...

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