No matter where things seem to be stuck, the best way to fix it is to go to the same place: the beginning.
The pursuit of “better habits” is so embedded in our cultural conditioning that we rarely pause to consider the downsides of habits.
When there are myriad ways to get from point A to point B, why do we default to the same route each time?
Have you ever noticed that you tend to sit in the same seat in a classroom, or prefer the same spot in yoga class? It’s a function of environmental psychology. Here’s the science behind the habit.
Experimentation can open a path to crucial discoveries. Yet we often resist risk in life and business. Here are 5 reasons why.
You fired off a response. Now you regret it. We’ve all been there. How do you avoid it next time?