I write about productivity, avoiding procrastination, mental strength, work engagement, learning, creativity and focus.
Bite-sized course (10 lessons) on how to form healthy habits.
The short and practical exercises in this course will help you replace bad mental habits (passivity, negative self-talk, hopelessness, complacency, etc.) with more balanced and healthier ways of thinking.
More than a buzzword these days, the concept of grit shows what happens when passion followed by perseverance and purpose come together to motivate us in the relentless pursuit of one high-level goal.
The topics of focus and attention have been studied by psychologists since the 1860s, and some argue even longer than that.
We’ve delved into recent research to bring you the bite-sized version of the most recent findings, and how they can help you become a better learner.
In this course, we dig deep into the latest research on what makes a safe work environment and how to foster one for your team.
We’ll tell you what you need to know about psychological safety, from the symptoms of an unsafe team to the impact that safety has on the bottom line.
Knowing how to learn is a skill, and in this course we’ll show you the science-backed tricks to get good at it.
For two weeks, you'll receive a daily 10-minute exercise to spark your creativity. Because we start from the premise that there is a creative person in every one of us, waiting patiently to be revealed.
We'll help your make creativity an daily habit.
Job crafting enables us to fit our jobs to our skills, our abilities and our knowledge, as well as our preferences and needs. It’s what keeps us engaged, creative and productive.
We’ll teach you the ins and outs of job crafting and how to turn the job you have into a job you want (and even like).
Fifty percent of the world's population is currently living in cities.
That’s a serious challenge, but also a great opportunity to transform cities into hubs of innovation for sustainable living
Sensible advice for introverts who are learning a foreign language, but can't just "get out there and talk to strangers."
Really, being social doesn't come naturally to an introvert. And that's ok.
Procrastination is a learned behavior. The good news is that the monster can be slayed just by re-learning how to deal with nagging tasks.
If you’re thinking of teaching English as a foreign language abroad, you’ll come across the CELTA acronym numerous times.
Find out what CELTA is and why you need it from this article on Noodle.com.
We caught up with Dr. Barbara Oakley to ask her a few questions about learning, online courses, and her new book, Mindshift.
Let’s look at six benefits you will reap when you start learning a foreign language, all of them backed by solid scientific evidence.