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Dr. Rick Hanson, in his latest article in Psychotherapy Networker Week in Review: 9/5 – 9/9, discusses how we weave together new inner traits based on brain science, neuro-biology, experiences that we go thru and a desire to make changes in our life.  What we choose to feed our brain on a daily basis, will

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75% of job success can be predicted from a person’s overall work optimism, positive engagement, and support provision. (Shawn Achor, http://goodthinkinc.com/) Did you think it was hard work that got you a promotion? Most people do. Or perhaps a relationship with the “right” person can introduce you to the next company will take you to the

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New research reveals surprising truths about why some work groups thrive and others falter. Google Work Teams discovered that creating psychological safety at work, creating and allowing emotional bonding and safe Internationale communications impacted their work teams in positive and successful ways. Read the full article here

BY TOMAS CHAMORRO-PREMUZIC Most of us want to feel the work we do is in some way meaningful, but many of us probably don’t. With employee engagement figures in the toilet and the majority of workers open to considering a new job, it appears there’s a high demand for better and more purposeful work. So

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