Archive for April, 2014

Everything That Is Or Was Began With A Dream

Monday, April 28th, 2014

In his book, “What They Don’t Teach You at Harvard Business School,” Mark McCormack made an interesting discovery about the 1979 graduating MBA class. Within the group, 3% had written goals, 13% had thought of some goals and the balance were just thrilled to be out of school. John Douglas highlights that what’s really intriguing is […]

Why Self-Help Junkies Don’t Do That Much Better in Life

Friday, April 25th, 2014

Yes it’s true. In our practice, Bruno LoGreco, and I found that women who spend a lot of time perusing self-help material don’t necessarily fare much better in life. Why? Because they don’t always know how to transfer the self-development material they learn into everyday behaviour. In fact, they have become very knowledgeable of the […]

Why change a habit?

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

While considerations on theory and practice of “How to abandon a habit?” are quite common for many people, the question of “Why should I abandon a habit in the first place?” is often not given its due attention. At first, that question might seem unimportant. If one should consider for example the benefits of quitting smoking, at […]

What You Need to Achieve in Life

Monday, April 21st, 2014

Our body and minds need certain things to function correctly and work effectively. Among usual things such as positive thinking, stress reduction and getting plenty of exercise, our body needs other aspects, like mental stimulation. Here are a few of the things we should be doing, to give our bodies what they need to enable us […]