Some cool psychological facts which will help you in your real life - Cool Facts Do you like the idea of getting everyone to like you? I hope so, but often we all find it quite hard and some times we do the exact opposite. This will leave us wondering what went wrong, what did I do wrong etc for quite long. But what if I told you I have got some cool psychological facts which will give you an idea about how to do things for turning the situation in your favor?
Authentic and Eudaimonic 8 Acts Of Authenticity "It's the best way to figure out what it feels like to be in someone else's head—and that's what helps us to distinguish our own identity . Tips and Tricks Ive been working on this post for awhile now, as I find these neat tips and tricks I wanted to keep them all together and be able to share them with all of you lovelies! I have tried all of these, so I know they work. Just call me Martha Stewart- you know, sans the jail time.
Rock Paper Scissors Spock Lizard I invented this game (with Karen Bryla) because it seems like when you know someone well enough, 75-80% of any Rock-Paper-Scissors games you play with that person end up in a tie. Well, here is a slight variation that reduces that probability. (Note that for those of you who like to swing your fist back and forth and say, "Rock, Paper, Scissors, GO!", might want to continue to do that, replacing "Rock" with "One," "Paper" with "Two," and "Scissors" with "Three.") This version is also nice because it satisfies the Law of Fives.
25 Clever Ideas to Make Life Easier Here are clever ideas to make life easier. To see the complete list of 25 go here. You can pin the pics directly to Pinterest by hovering your mouse over the pic then clicking the “pin it”! Via: amy-newnostalgia.blogspot.com Why didn’t I think of that?! Center for Public Leadership - Asking Different Questions: The First Transformational Habit of Mind My hunch is that many people who frequent this website are familiar with the distinction between a technical change a leader might want to make in herself or her team, and an adaptive change. After all, we have Ron Heifetz, CPL's founding director, to thank for these concepts; but for those who are unfamiliar with them, here's a quick summary. Technical changes are the ones where new information or tools will solve the problem: someone who doesn't use a spreadsheet because he doesn't have the computer program or the knowledge of the tool can be easily turned into someone who does use a spreadsheet by giving him the program or a quick course. An adaptive change is required when you want people (or yourself) to actually change the way they behave, when you want them to act or be different. The first step in making an adaptive change is simply to know the difference. For example, I have a client who wishes she were more strategic.
How Your Insecurities Reveal Your Gifts In my decades of practice as a psychotherapist, this is the insight that has inspired me most: Our deepest wounds surround our greatest gifts. 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. Facebook Status & Twitter Status Twitter & Facebook Status Updates Recently I have noticed that the Facebook status and Twitter status bring great amusement to people and there are numerous other blogs with funny statuses for Facebook but I thought I spend enough time on both social networks and one of my best friends Giovanni is always posting them, so I thought I would make collection. Below are 50 of the funniest Facebook statuses I could find but many are Twitter statuses that I see everyday, if you want to become popular amongst your friends make one of these your cool status: Richie: Dear McDonalds, Thank you for not serving hotdogs, I don't think I could order a super-size McWeiner with a straight face
The Goth-O-Matic Poetry Generator Whilst wandering your dark and tormented way across the untamed Internet wilderness, you've no doubt encountered your share of equally dark and tormented collections of poetry by gothic souls, displaying their tattered vulnerabilities for all to read. Some of them are crushed velvet revelations of genius filtered from a truly gothic mind, while others are little more than midden heaps of digital fishnetted schlock. Have you ever wondered through what tortures and traumas these martyred wordsmiths must have gone to create such elegant outpourings of anguish? Worried that you must suffer the same to spark your own hellishly creative inferno? Do not fear, eager traveler. You can preserve your secretly perky ways and yet produce a darkly gothic piece of poetry that rivals the best of the arm-flailing, torso-contorting tributes to the Muses Melpomene and Calliope.
50 Things Everyone Should Know by Mark and Angel Self-reliance is a vital key to living a healthy, productive life. To be self-reliant one must master a basic set of skills, more or less making them a jack of all trades. Contrary to what you may have learned in school, a jack of all trades is far more equipped to deal with life than a specialized master of only one. While not totally comprehensive , here is a list of 50 things everyone should know how to do.