In the midst of tragedy, grief can make us feel overwhelmingly powerless. Science suggests that performing private rituals can help us regain a sense of control.
You don’t have to be vying for a gold medal to benefit from training your brain. Here are five mind hacks from Olympic athletes that can help boost performance in any part of your life.
Most people don’t achieve the goals they set for themselves. Research suggests an unintuitive way to achieve our goals–without setting them.
It’s hard to stay standing when faced with extreme challenges. Cultivating an action mindset can enable us to make your dream a reality.
They say patience is a virtue. Research reveals why waiting just a little longer can lead to real benefits.
Too much stress can be dangerous for our health. A study suggests that helping others can give you a health boost.
It’s easy to identify ourselves as a certain trait, even though we are likely to be biased. Research identifies three categories of people: givers, takers, and matchers.
Control is good to have–but we can’t control everything. Science suggests that being able to accept what cannot be changed is key to satisfaction in later life.
We’re highly competitive, self-critical and hard on ourselves. With with self-compassion, we can build greater resilience, productivity, and well-being.
Cleaning can often be a chore. But science suggests that clean, organized spaces can reduce stress and increase productivity.