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Why Negative Thinking Has Cognitive and Emotional Benefits

Why Negative Thinking Has Cognitive and Emotional Benefits Positive thinking has long been championed in American culture. While optimism is part of our biological inheritance-when we’re not hopeful about the future, anxiety and depression can easily transform into suicidal tendencies-positive thinking and positive psychology grew into billion-dollar industries, beginning with Norman Vincent Peale’s 1952 book, […]

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This Amazing Info graphic of Steve Jobs’ Life Is a Portrait of Failure and Success

Steve Jobs

This Amazing Infographic of Steve Jobs’ Life Is a Portrait of Failure and Success walter-isaacson-on-steve-jobs-the-prickly-teambuilder-3 Steve Jobs is one of the most admired and admonished figures of the technological age. With his razor sharp focus on his work, continuous quest for perfection, unapologetic behavior, selfishness at times, seeming disregard for the feelings of others, and […]

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Anger, Anxiety, Resentment, Stress, and Basic Humanity

Help for Depression

Anger, Anxiety, Resentment, Stress, and Basic Humanity After 30 years of work on problems of anger, resentment, anxiety, and stress, and half a dozen books on the subject, I still get sarcastic emails: “I want to manage anger, anxiety, and stress, but I’m not interested in becoming a ‘better person’.” Let me be very clear.

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22 Signs of an Exceptional Employee

22 Signs of Exceptional Employee (Which Never Appear on Performance Evaluations) – Leadership Blog & Coaching Spread the love22 Signs of Exceptional Employee Many are good. Some are best. Only few are exceptional. Here’s how we can tell the difference. We can all spot a best employee: he or she will be dependable, proactive, hardworking, […]

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