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It can be tough to be happy in bad (or even just unusual) situations. Emotions overwhelm us and threaten to disturb our inner-peace. Yet we can each use the power of spontaneity to be a little happier, even in the worst of times. Somewhere in the world, Edward Murphy...
Maintaining productivity seems like it would be difficult from the road. There are endless distractions composed of all nouns (people, places and things) worth seeing/meeting/doing. Everywhere you turn there is something new, each with the potential to distract from what needs to be done. In fact, maintaining work levels...
Having been trained and worked in the field of video games, I am accustomed to the attitude that the media takes towards them. They are frequently portrayed as destroying the morals of society and corrupting our youth, the Rockstar Games of the world made out to be the arms and...
The word “social” has risen to the forefront of our lexicon. We are social each day when we go to a party, chat with co-workers or even just sign on Facebook. Sometimes being social means going out with friends, sometimes it just means being talkative. It has become such a...
In this first podcast (an experiment, of a sorts) I take a look at the research into the psychology of doing things better, and how we can use it to improve our productivity and motivation. Scroll down to play today’s podcast, or subscribe in iTunes. If you find...