Monthly Archives: January 2012

Brain Research: Self-Confidence & Decision-Making

Here is an excellent little video I found that connects self-confidence and decision-making. Self-confidence, Professor Shiv says, makes you more engaged in the decision-making process. It makes you more eager to get things done. He concludes by saying that self-confidence … Continue reading

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Reflection on Giving

Today is the last day of my second challenge on giving. This one has been more successful because I found an excellent way to hold myself accountable. Even though the second commitment was more specific, I still found it to … Continue reading

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Opinion on Self-Help Books

I often hear people say that self-help books are a waste of time / useless, even at times from people who read tons of them. That may be some people’s experience, but it’s not mine. I used to occasionally browse … Continue reading

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