When only pricier cell phones provide optimum privacy protection, only the wealthy can shield life’s nuances from the hungry eyes of government (+ others). Welcome to one of the premier civil rights issues of our time.
“If you could meet yourself, you might really like her.”
Choose how you use your mind. Take the time to be quiet, be still and listen
Want a rewarding life? Start with earlier rising and resolving to demolish your comfort zones.
Yeah, you really should watch this. If there’s ANYone on the planet intimately familiar with (worldwide!) shame …Yeah, you really should watch this. If there’s ANYone on the planet intimately familiar with (worldwide!) shame …
This 20 minute video exposes ten mental saboteurs and how to defeat them. Turns out, IQ and EQ (Emotional Intelligence) may outline one’s potential, but PQ (positive intelligence) determines actual achievement.
What would happen if we embraced all facets of diversity running through our very own veins? For starters, poisonTicians would lose lazy thinkers, i.e. their voting base
All it takes is 10 mindful minutes | Andy Puddicombe – YouTube He brings forward a glaring truth – “In … More
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Social psychologist Amy Cuddy argues that “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can boost feelings of confidence, and might have an impact on our chances for success.
Diversity → innovation → enhanced company success. No if. No but.
Fine examples of documentary films every photographer should watch populate the list. Relax, watch, study, and enjoy when in need of inspiration or a fresh breeze of ideas. Some are full-length, while others span mere minutes. Viewing time appears next to the film, everything accessible from the one page.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” —Edmund Burke
I’ve mentally fondled a plethora of TED Talks, yet this represents a first. Twice the audience rises as one, intense appreciation propelling raucous applause. With a maestro’s control of language, spoken word poet Sarah Kay harmonizes the serial messages conveyed, spellbinding the listener.