Napoleon Hill’s 28 Self-Analysis Questions

Napoleon Hill’s 28 Self-Analysis Questions By Napoleon Hill Annual self-analysis is an essential in the effective marketing of personal services, as is annual inventory in merchandising. Moreover, the yearly analysis should disclose a decrease in faults, and an increase in virtues. One goes ahead, stands still, or goes backward in life. One’s object should be, … More Napoleon Hill’s 28 Self-Analysis Questions

Omnipotent Characters: Why Marvel Sidelined Thor, Vision, and Captain Marvel

Omnipotent Characters: Why Marvel Sidelined Thor, Vision, and Captain Marvel Warning: Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame ahead! Early on in Avengers: Infinity War, one of the film’s most powerful characters, Vision, gets stabbed in the stomach. The moment is shocking, yes, but it’s also important to the plot, effectively sidelining Vision for … More Omnipotent Characters: Why Marvel Sidelined Thor, Vision, and Captain Marvel

How to Improve Your Mental Health: 9 Keys to Your Well-Being

How to Improve Your Mental Health: 9 Keys to Your Well-Being By Jamie Friedlander In the past few years, articles about anxiety, depression and a host of other mental health conditions have taken the internet by storm—things that decades ago, many people were afraid to talk about. They feared doing so might make them appear … More How to Improve Your Mental Health: 9 Keys to Your Well-Being

5 Ways You Can Use Mindfulness to Fix Your Brain, Reduce Stress and Boost Performance

5 Ways You Can Use Mindfulness to Fix Your Brain, Reduce Stress and Boost Performance By Travis Bradberry Photo by Eli DeFaria on Unsplash Mindfulness is a simple, research-proven technique that physically alters your brain. Learn how to use it to become more effective and less stressed in this article by Dr. Travis Bradberry, originally published on … More 5 Ways You Can Use Mindfulness to Fix Your Brain, Reduce Stress and Boost Performance

12 Habits of Genuine People

12 Habits of Genuine People Travis Bradberry @shukla23 via Twenty20 Genuine people have a profound impact upon everyone they encounter. In this article, originally published on LinkedIn Pulse, Dr. Travis Bradberry unveils the unique habits that cause them to radiate with energy and confidence. There’s an enormous amount of research suggesting that emotional intelligence (EQ) … More 12 Habits of Genuine People

How Small, Positive Habits Helped Me Improve My Daily Happiness

How Small, Positive Habits Helped Me Improve My Daily Happiness April 9, 2019/Mary Sauer/No Comments @claudia82 via Twenty20 No matter how small, habits matter. According James Clear, author of Atomic Habits, our habits contribute to the building of our identity, both in a negative and positive way. Because of this, building a system of habits … More How Small, Positive Habits Helped Me Improve My Daily Happiness

What Datajournalism.com Is and How to Use It

What Datajournalism.com Is and How to Use It Launched in April, Datajournalism.com is a new resource pioneered by the European Journalism Centre. In this article, we’ll cover what this new resource is and how you can use it in your writing practice. What Is Datajournalism.com? Founded by the European Journalism Centre, Datajournalism.com is a new … More What Datajournalism.com Is and How to Use It

7 Distorted Thinking Patterns That Contribute to Anxiety

7 Distorted Thinking Patterns That Contribute to Anxiety /Mick Ukleja Anxiety is widespread and epidemic. It’s a problem that attacks the body but germinates in the head. Much of our anxiety comes from telling ourselves a bad story. The dialogue usually goes something like this: You’re not smart enough for this job.  You’re too young, too old, … More 7 Distorted Thinking Patterns That Contribute to Anxiety