Posts Tagged: motivational trainer

Learnings for Adults Life
10 THINGS SCIENCE SAYS WILL MAKE YOU HAPPY
March 23, 2010
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In the last few years, psychologists and researchers have been digging up hard data on a question previously left to philosophers: What makes us happy? Researchers like the father-son team Ed Diener and Robert Biswas-Diener, Stanford psychologist Sonja Lyubomirsky, and ethicist Stephen Post have studied people all over the world to find out how things […]
Leadership
ART GURU MAVEN MICHAEL SAY ” SORRY”
March 10, 2010
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Arts management maven Michael Kaiser has used his ample résumé and his nine-year perch as president of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to promote his ideas about how to keep the nonprofit arts solvent. A year ago, he launched the Kennedy Center’s “Arts in Crisis” initiative, offering himself and his brain […]
Corporate Training Leadership
SMALL PEOPLE – BIG VALUE
December 4, 2009
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Recently, I had visited one of the government offices in India. I was just sitting outside the CEO’s cabin waiting to meet him. Incidentally, I came across the conversation between two service boys who were laughing heartily on some incident. By their talks, I got to know that one of the boys had spitted in […]
Corporate Training
HOW GOD CHANGES YOUR BRAIN….
December 2, 2009
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Go ahead: Laugh if you want (though you’ll benefit your brain more if you smile), but in my professional opinion, yawning is one of the best-kept secrets in neuroscience. Even my colleagues who are researching meditation, relaxation, and stress reduction at other universities have overlooked this powerful neural-enhancing tool. However, yawning has been used for […]