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Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life

Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life

by James Hollis Ph.D Adulthood presents varying levels of growth and is rearely the respite of stablility we expected. Turbulent emotional shifts can take place anywhere between the ages of thirty-five and seventy, when we question the choices we’ve made, … Continue reading

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Mindset: A New Psychology of Success

By Carol Dweck. What we believe about people’s talent and intelligence can genuinely limit their capacity for learning and growth. Carol Dweck demonstrates how people with a so-called FIXED MINDSET, see intelligence as inherent and unchangeable. These people tend to … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of Bad Habits

‘Giving up smoking is easy. I’ve done it hundreds of times’ Winston Churchill Lose weight, stop smoking, drink less, be on time, exercise more — perennial issues that many of us struggle to realise. Changes that would make a real … Continue reading

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Easing the Pain of Change

Changing behaviour within organisations is much more difficult than we like to think it is. Now we can understand why this is, thanks to the integration of psychology and neuroscience. What has been discovered is that change is pain; it … Continue reading

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