Posts Tagged ‘Mindset’

The neuroscience of love

“Love is nature’s way of tricking people into reproducing” – the urban dictionary At first glance, this might seem a bit harsh, for when it comes to marriage we tend […]

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The science of optimism and how it affects your resilience

Resilience: bouncing back from life’s adversities Some people seem to deal with whatever is thrown at them. Deadlines, back-to-back meetings, long hours, presentations, staff issues, even family demands. They take […]

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Gut instinct – to trust or not?

How much should we really just ‘go with our gut feelings’? As part of day-to-day living we have to process huge amounts of complex information from the world. To cross […]

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Do what I say, not what I do! The neuroscience of hypocrisy

Have you ever wondered why a sad film makes you cry? Or why a tense drama has you on the edge of your seat?   The reason is: mirror neurons! […]

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