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Michigan State University decided to tackle an interesting component of growing up. According to our understanding now, self-fulfillment and purpose are extremely important to development and well-being at any age. Of course, the sooner these two values are cemented, the …Read More

It turns out that emotions play an important role in physical health, according to a study released early April by the American Psychological Association. According to their findings, both recognizing and giving thanks for every positive moment and aspect of …Read More

We all know that certain things like money, toys, and status do not provide deep soul satisfaction. Yet, most of us spend our lives in hot pursuit of these things and rarely pause to reevaluate. Why? And how do we …Read More

A lucid dream is not much different from a regular vivid dream, with one exception. In lucid dreams, the dreamer is fully aware they are sound asleep, having a dream and that none of it is real. Now, there is …Read More

Image source How many times have you followed some popular diet to the letter, then wondered why it didn’t work, or why you couldn’t stay with it? What most people don’t know is this: successful weight loss depends on more …Read More

Leaders and managers could often learn a lesson or two from their employees. In fact, when it comes to inspiring employees to be hard working, loyal and committed, a recent study shows the only opinion that really makes a difference …Read More

Do you experience negative emotions, hatred toward people, fear, jealousy or other destructive states of mind? If so, you’ll be interested in discovering the research below that proves such negative states can be altered by the brain. A new series …Read More

Some people honestly believe that they are more talented, intelligent or creative than they actually are. Since they are certain this is true, they often assert this self-assured knowledge as fact when engaging in discussions with others. A new study …Read More

Mike Bundrant is co-developer of the iNLP Center for personal development. Spiritual greats have been telling us for thousands of years. True leaders are humble. It turns out that modern research in business leadership has identified humility – or modesty …Read More

Mike Bundrant is co-founder of the iNLP Center for personal development. Communication is the cornerstone to keeping an intimate relationship strong and healthy. However, many couples find the lines of communication come to a complete halt during times of disagreement …Read More