The Power of a Poker Face

Helping others dignifies others and it dignifies our experiences and helps you Discover Your Human Algorithm. The Human Algorithm . We can improve ourselves daily. In fact, we are required to do so. Our DNA discards that which does not serve us and our DNA preserves that which does serve us …

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Take the Sting Out of It

It took a few years to sort myself out. I had a lot of medical help and wonderful recovery folk helping me to separate my alcoholism from other conditions. I don't see the people I used to drink with anymore. And new friendships are obviously not based around alcohol; It's …

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Suggestive Moves

I t Can Make Sales Jobs Easier Finally, one last benefit to consider is specific to sales jobs, though you could expand it to include anyone that has to ever negotiate anything. When you are prepared to negotiate anything at all, you know that you are able to better understand …

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Play Yourself Down

Makes 8 servings 3/4 cup + 2 tablespoons Sucanat 1/2 cup almond flour 1/4 teaspoon salt Preheat the oven to 350oF. Your knee will always hurt and there is nothing that you can do about it. Now, as a result of the accident, you have a terrible association …

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The Samurai Effect

Knowing what to look for to analyze someone's personality type will aid in further analyzing their actions. This will also allow you to anticipate how they may act in different situations or respond to things you may want to say. It is an invaluable tool in analysis for understanding someone's …

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A Terrible Thing to Waste

W hile everyone blinks at slightly different rates, you can start to pick up on changes in blinking speed. Watch your partner next time they are sitting across from you and notice how often they blink. Picking up on this will alert you when there is a change in blinking …

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Do You Want to Give Up?

He's so good; We learned how to put in objections, we learned how to go to a District Licensing Committee hearing. Our group is called Communities Against Alcohol Harm. If an alcohol shop is going to start up, they have to apply for an off-licence to sell that alcohol. Before …

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Use What You Get

Our eyes perceive the world around us, and this is no different when perceiving people. Learning what to look for and how to decipher this type of communication involves fine-tuning a skill that each of us already possesses. You can almost quickly profile anybody just by assessing their nonverbal communication …

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Brighter Future? Sounds Good!

Spirit children must learn that others need to deal with their own problems because problem solving brings wisdom. Styles went through a similar learning process. She too grew up in an activist household, with her father and other relatives being involved in the Black Panthers and NAACP (formerly While she …

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Increase the Ability to Delay Gratification

The signature of our proteins that show biological age is, of course, much more predictive of mortality than the frailty index or chronological age. Once you feed that and you don't push them away from picking up worms or digging through the weeds or anything like that, they get really …

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Right Makes Might

Since my own kids have been big enough to have opinions, I've worked with them to plan our garden. In the winter, we look at the seed catalog together and they make suggestions about what types of seeds to buy. Asking kids for their ideas and listening to their perspectives …

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Your Inner Guide to Self-Esteem

Even if we could, it wouldn't be good for them. If we devoted everything to them, they would never gain independence or understand anyone outside of themselves. Similarly we can't be perfectly environmentally sustainable. It's not physically possible and would quickly lead to burnout. Collaborating with and relying on others …

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Taking Credit

You have my sympathy, because break-ups suck, but you do not have my pity. There is a risk I am hurling this advice at you prematurely (and entirely unsolicited - actually, no, that's a certainty), because you're still dealing with the enormity of your love choosing to be not with you …

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Rx to Relax

Hopefully you've got full boxes of items that you've realised you don't need, don't want and don't like, and you're ready to let them go. That's great! Now we're ready for the next step - getting rid of them responsibly. Time, energy and resources have gone into the manufacture and transportation …

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We've Been Duped

The big, bold bottom line here is that most people need to earn your attention, affection and investment. If you're making them artisanal cakes two weeks in, you're telling them in no uncertain terms that you're TOTALLY IN, and therefore robbing them of their primeval need to win you over' …

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Prevalence of Conscientiousness

Other researchers have found no basis for the genetic myopia theory. The fact that nothing would be the same without dopamine was revealed to us by wretched lab mice (which share about 97. When they are given a substance that blocks dopamine receptors, they stop eating, potentially until they die …

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Elaborate and Rehearse

If so, then make the image appear to be the same size internally as well as externally. For years, there was the belief that the human visual system received a series of images in sequence, a bit like a movie camera, which can record 24 or more images per second …

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Institutions and women

Relevant information includes everything you need to know now to achieve your goals. Irrelevant information encompasses everything else. Of course, it doesn't mean you should consume only information you'll use right away, but it does mean you should avoid consuming more information than you need. There can be no exceptions …

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Detection of Micro-Expressions

On one hand what burdens us presently and on the other hand what has hurt us in the past could not be resolved at that time, so the task is to dissolve fixed circuits by finding a solution today for what was not solvable at the time when the painful …

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Everything is Not How They Look

There, hikers who've walked the full length of the trail line up to have their photo taken next to a weather-beaten wood sign. By the time these backpackers (known as thru-hikers) arrive at Mount Katahdin, they've spent at least five straight months trekking along the 2,178-mile trail--the longest marked …

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Skills of Empaths

The most likely state is always the greatest possible disorder. However, life obviously contradicts this and simple forms such as protozoa eventually develop more complex forms. Entropy: A measure of the unavailable energy in a closed thermodynamic system that is also usually considered to be a measure of the system's …

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How to Influence People with Your Body

It's not that you forget that they exist, but you de-prioritize them while you concentrate on the part of your life that gives you the most satisfaction and contentment. It's like wrapping yourself in a powerful protective coating. When you make working on your peace the first item on your …

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Recognizing the Malignant Narcissist

Maybe you've convinced yourself that whatever that person had been telling you, the facts tell a different story. But now you have to forgive, even if forgiveness seems just about impossible. The seeds won't be truly gone until you do. Before we get to forgiveness, I want to make sure …

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Feeling and Sensitivity

Is this behavior going to feel good then, or is it going to turn you into someone you don't really want to be and surround you with people you don't really want to be with? If that's the case, your friend planted a bad seed. Maybe she didn't realize she …

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What role does nutrition play in our health?

Often, practicing moderation is harder than quitting--it requires both willpower and consistent mindfulness about when and how much you're consuming. We share a collective intention. Like me, you've made a conscious choice to live with a green heart. But in order to effect real change, you'll need to get more …

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I know what is expected of me at work

Denise's big turn-off is a man who's too eager. This article is partially a summary of his article and highlights this fundamental aspect of care, and how to ensure it can be done effectively and positively. In the penultimate article, Ellis and Astell provided us with information in the much …

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Emotional Functioning

The uncontextualized media attention led ACOG to release a Practice Advisory on Hormonal Contraception and Risk of Breast Cancer. This advisory concluded: Nancy Keating, a professor of health-care policy and medicine at Harvard Medical School and a physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital, contextualized the study's findings in an article …

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Personal Responsibility

She tried to include language in her original parenting plan that would allow her to relocate to another state, but Doug would not agree. She wound up pursuing sole custody due to what she saw as his violent and negligent behavior as well as his escalating drinking problem. Eventually she …

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What do I do that pushes you away?

You've been a gold medal grumbler. You've spent 20 years striving for mediocrity. Stepping out into your future, please write an account of how life has turned out. For example, if you've had a negative attitude and bare-minimum work ethic for 20 years, what kind of job are you doing …

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Tell me more about your unease

Save your complaints about your ex for your shrink, your girlfriends, or your mother, who never liked him anyway. Don't criticize. Those little confused cherubs of yours are half him, half you. To criticize him is to criticize them and make them feel bad about themselves. They also may feel …

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I said yes naively, and this isn't working

Instead he did it gradually, five minutes at a time. In other words, it's not the scale of the commitment that most informs success, but the commitment to beginning and taking repeated action, however small. An interesting example of this in the modern business world is the rise of the …

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I said yes when I wanted to say no

Reflecting on her success, Bronnie shared that she believed, Courage is the greatest tool for bringing our dreams into reality,' adding,Courage is often the pedal that accelerates us from ideas to action. We all have unrealised ideas in our heads, possibilities that are yet to become realities scribbled on …

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