It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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Myths are based on reality — but they shouldn’t define your reality. Debunk the myths that are holding you back from success.
As the world grows more interconnected, we feel more isolated. Empathy is a superpower—it makes people visible again.
How can we succeed in a fast-changing world? Your ability to learn matters more than the skills you have. Be curious.
Is the world becoming better or worse? Less than 10 percent of people believe the world is improving. But statistical data shows that we should be more optimistic.
Organizations that listen to employees' moods and feelings outperform those that ignore emotions or force people to suppress them.
"Know yourself" is excellent advice. However, it's easier said than done. Increased self-awareness requires practice.
Finding the truth matters more than being right. Here's how to solve your conflicts without casualties.
We think perfectionism makes us better, but it actually makes us less productive and harms our emotional wellbeing.
Is chronic procrastination a time-management problem or an emotion-management issue?
Tomorrow is a trap. The more you postpone starting something, the more you end up procrastinating. Why wait for tomorrow when you can start today?
When breaking the rules is the smart thing to do and when the risk just isn't worth it.
Advice is in the eye of the beholder. Here's how to give advice that others will listen to.
Being grateful on a daily basis boosts your self-esteem and happiness. Learn how to train your brain to remember positive stuff.
We all love being right. That's why we fail to solve conflicts—we care more about winning than solving the problem.
The fear of being ridiculed kills our drive. We become desperate for approval and let others become our judges. Here's why we take ourselves too seriously.
Does life just happen to you? Most people live on autopilot without noticing it. Learn how to turn it off (and when).
Do you feel like you're living someone else's life? Expectations don't just put pressure on us; they steal our identity.
How can you become more productive? By doing fewer things—and doing them right.
Name-calling is not just something that others do to us. Sometimes we label ourselves and become victims of self-bullying.
The way we do anything is the way we do everything. Five steps to improve your self-talk.
Do you feel pulled in too many directions? Finding balance can bring fulfillment and meaning to your life. These strategies can help you gain perspective.
Do you feel stuck trying to adopt a new habit or changing some behaviors? Find an accountability partner to help achieve your goals.
Why do we fear change? Hint: it's about the stories we tell ourselves.
Gustavo Razzetti is a change leadership consultant and speaker who helps build a culture of change. He writes at the intersection of self-awareness, creativity, and resilience.