How to Get Your Intuition Back (When It’s Hijacked by Life) Earlier this year, I wondered if my husband and I were going to separate. We’d been having ups and downs for a few years, but in the weeks right … Continue reading The value of intuition
Does receiving favours and freebies make you uncomfortable? Maybe you have “reciprocity anxiety” Years ago, my wife and I were window shopping in the Brighton lanes when we decided to enter a posh perfume store to take a closer sniff. … Continue reading Reciprocation anxiety
Why soccer teams that go first in shootouts usually win The penalty kick in soccer is among the highest pressure moments in all of sports. The fate of an entire game, a tournament, even a career can hinge on a … Continue reading The pain of penalty kicks
Five Ways You Can Become Less Financially Vulnerable If I asked you, “On a scale of 1-10 where 1 = “not at all financially vulnerable” and 10 = “very financially vulnerable,” how financially vulnerable do you consider yourself to be?” … Continue reading Financial stress
Improving Workplace Wellness In an ideal scenario, corporate wellness programs will always lower health costs, enhance productivity, boost employee engagement and reduce employee absenteeism and turnover. But this state of workplace nirvana often feels out of reach. A significant barrier … Continue reading Tracking success
Researchers uncover a brain process that may help explain the curse of uncontrollable thoughts Distressing conditions including PTSD, depression and anxiety have something in common: a difficulty in suppressing unwanted thoughts. Negative self-judgments and re-experienced traumas directly impact mental health … Continue reading The hidden mind
How Our Personal Finances Can Make Us Happy The idea that money generally, and the state of our finances, in particular, should be an essential contributor to our happiness seems obvious. When we handle money wisely give it an appropriate … Continue reading Is money the star of the show?