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Benjamin Hardy Ph.D.
Here's what I learned from a 2-hour interview with one of my mentors.
There is one activity you should schedule into your week if you want more flow in your life.
Many teenagers struggle with depression, self-harm (like cutting), or suicidal thoughts. Unfortunately, the friends of these struggling teens rarely know how to help.
Journaling is essential to clarity. This new book, The Clarity Field Guide, provides nearly 100 journal prompts to get clarity and make decisions.
A new Christmas novel will teach you about confirmation bias and how to shift it.
By asking yourself this single question, you may change how you do everything in your life.
These three books will teach you how to find mentors, manage your money, and handle uncertainty.
This book is filled with five-minute chapters that you can enjoy whenever you need a dose of inspiration.
How to see and approach relationships for maximum benefit for all.
A strong stance for personal responsibility and love being focused on others, rather than on yourself.
How to clear your emotions and feel "light" again.
Our "story" is constantly changing in light of new experiences and insights. We reinterpret our past based on where we are in the present.
The difference between wannabes and those who succeed is investing money into goals, relationships, and education.
There is a great deal of research showing that our personality changes over the course of our lives. In fact, it changes more than we ourselves predict it will.
Through the process, you will create a more peaceful home, because you'll learn to trust each other more.
According to the Myers-Briggs doctrine, "personality" is less fundamental than personality "type."
Stereotyping and ignorance can often be a case of unchecked heuristics.
Labeling can lead to mindlessness and might encourage a fixed mindset.
Perhaps "personality" should be re-conceptualized as a skill, rather than a set of fixed traits.
Methods for creating engagement, belonging and learning in digital training environments.
There are two different ways to create change in behavior and outcomes.
Art and creativity can be a powerful tool for developing connections and healing shame. Creativity can be a way to build confidence and self-development.
This quotation from a Harvard Business professor highlights how to avoid needless decision fatigue and build confidence.
Could personal magnetic fields be a solution? There is interest, but a lack of scientific evidence.
Pat Flynn lost his job in the 2008 financial crisis and had to change his life.
A gripping memoir inspires hope and optimism.
“There is no such thing as a pure extrovert or a pure introvert. Such a man would be in the lunatic asylum." —Carl Jung
Re-code stressful memories into less stressful ones.
Are you a narcissist?
Three easy ways to slow down and live more intentionally.
Benjamin Hardy, Ph.D., is an organizational psychologist and author of the forthcoming book Personality Isn't Permanent.