( Albert Einstein (14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955) was a physicist who is widely regarded as one of the most influential scientists of all time. He is best-known for his Special and General Theories of Relativity, but contributed in other areas of physics. He won the Nobel Prize in physics for his explanation of the photoelectric effect. )
Live a good life. If there are Gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are Gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no Gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones. Marcus Aurelius submitted by SumtinProphetic
The art of captivating an audience can take years to develop. Since you don't have that long, here are some quick tips to improve overnight. Flickr 363 in Share Connect with Evernote:
You've likely heard that body language accounts for up to 55% of how we communicate, but reading non-verbal cues isn't just about broad strokes. The same gesture can indicate a number of different things depending on context. In this post, we're going to take a look at three common situations in which non-verbal cues are especially important—detecting lies, going on a date, and interviewing for a job—then explain how to interpret body language more accurately so that you can read between the lines when a person's words aren't necessarily conveying the way that they honestly feel. We lie a lot. When having a conversation with a stranger, chances are we'll lie in the first ten minutes . Sometimes we'll lie more than once in that same period of time.
Diligent readers of Cracked already know that our brains can be tricked by just about anything: manipulated images , our birth order and shiny things. But we can also be tricked into being generous, good people by our surroundings. Of course, it goes the other way, too.
Myth #1 – Introverts don’t like to talk . This is not true. Introverts just don’t talk unless they have something to say. They hate small talk.
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Pour que ce test de personnalité vous soit utile , répondez au questionnaire en précisant ce que vous croyez être vraiment et surtout pas ce que vous pensez qu'il faut que vous soyez. Et ce pour 3 raisons : Il n'y a pas de mauvais style de personnalité et il y a des jobs pour tous les styles faussée, votre analyse de style ne servirait à rien Vous ne pourrez pas remplir ce questionnaire une seconde fois Notre recommandation : Si vous vous pensez franchement "réservé", n'hésitez pas à cocher la case 4 et si vous avez la certitude d'être particulièrement peu patient choisissez de cocher la case 1. Vous avez tout à y gagner : vous saurez qui vous êtes vraiment et ce sera un atout pour trouver le job qui vous va bien .
Do you think like a polymath? Here's a quick test: If you cringed as you read the question and thought to yourself " ", then you're on the polymath path. According to psychologist Seymour Epstein's cognitive-experiential self-theory, humans have two parallel but interacting modes of information processing.
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Seconds after Tamara was ushered into his office, Michael knew she was right for the creative staff of the advertising team he ran. Within a year, they were not only a productive duo professionally, they were dating. She soon jumped to another agency largely so they could live together openly. A year later, they were married and enacting their plan to start a boutique agency together. Business grew comfortably although not spectacularly—until the recession hit.
In my decades of practice as a psychotherapist, this is the insight that has inspired me most: I've found that the very qualities we're most ashamed of, the ones we keep trying to reshape or hide, are in fact the key to finding real love. I call them core gifts. It's so easy to get lost in the quest for self-improvement.
We are all so very wonderful and yet--I'm sorry, but it must be said--we are not perfect. This blog has focused mostly on staking out turf in our culture for introverts , but now it's time to consider some things related to our introversion that might be interfering with our relationships and accomplishments. Many or most of us have probably made some of these mistakes at one time or another. I certainly have.
Get anyone to like you - Instantly - Guaranteed If you want people to like you, make them feel good about themselves. This golden rule of friendship works every time - guaranteed! The principle is straightforward. If I meet you and make you feel good about yourself, you will like me and seek every opportunity to see me again to reconstitute the same good feeling you felt the first time we met. Unfortunately, this powerful technique is seldom used because we are continually focused on ourselves and not others.
Many people struggle with learning to fight fairly. What needs to be said (and how to say it) and what not to say are just a few of the challenges facing those who can't seem to argue appropriately. Learning to state your needs without adding fuel to the fire is a relationship necessity.