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Work/Life Balance Myth

It has long been proposed that one of the secrets to a happy life is finding a work/life balance.  This is a magical equation where the right mix of meaningful work offset by an exact amount of normal life activity equals contentment.  89 more words


Why Willpower Doesn't Work

One of the many reasons why clients don’t return to my office is the belief that they simply need to improve their willpower on their own, in order to apply my suggested strategies. 638 more words


A Decision to Think About...

Decisions are part of life. Every day is filled with decision-making. Sometimes the decisions are quick and easy to make. Other times they are difficult and require a great deal more thought. 139 more words

Empathy in healthcare

Can Medical Empathy Survive the Technological Revolution?

Last week, over 700 physicians, scientists, technologists, hackers and inventors gathered at Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego for the 7th annual Exponential Medicine Conference to explore how the convergence of new technologies may impact prevention, diagnosis and treatment. 59 more words

Behavioral Economics

What to take to Uni...


So I decided to write back to school list for fresher’s or returning students,especially now schools(Nigeria) have been releasing list to give you and idea of what to take uni, I thought this would be good or serve as a checklist. 268 more words


Making and breaking habits: the role of endocannabinoid modulation of orbito-striatal activity on habitual action control

Christina Gremel is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of California, San Diego. Her lab is interested in the neural bases of decision-making processes, and how these processes are altered in people with neuropathologies like addiction and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). 644 more words


How did I decide to become a CA

For the uninitiated, CA here refers to Chartered Accountant and I am on my way to become one. If you don’t know what a Chartered Accountant is, do not worry; you are not in minority here, even I did not know what a CA does when I made the fateful decision to become one. 1,639 more words

Inferences From Life