The dangers of using that Facebook personality game

Tends to find fault with others o these questions look familiar? Tends to find fault with others Is relaxed, handles stress well Is emotionally stable, not easily upset Is easily distracted etc A large percentage of Facebook users have played with these “personality analysis” games at least once in their life (some do them regularly).… Continue reading The dangers of using that Facebook personality game

How to thrive under pressure

Your body is a miraculous creation that is able to quickly adapt to different situations often without you even realizing it. When working in pressure situation, your body reacts by making physiological changes [for the worst] that also impact how you think. Truth is pressure is the new normal and you must learn to deal with it… Continue reading How to thrive under pressure

Daydreaming – the untold secret to success

When  I was in elementary school, teacher actively discouraged daydreaming. They refereed to it as a “lack of attention” and a “waste of time”. As we got older, we kept these negative beliefs about daydreaming which may adversely impact our intelligence and overall mental well-being. Thinkers from the past have often defined daydreaming as a… Continue reading Daydreaming – the untold secret to success

You make bad decisions when too much info is available

We live in the information age where almost anything can be researched and learned from the massive information superhighway. But is too much information a bad thing? Psychology today has an interesting article that claims the more we learn, the harder it becomes to make a decision. Pushing the point just a little more: more… Continue reading You make bad decisions when too much info is available