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The Quest For Assertiveness

A Google search of ‘How to be more assertive’ returns more than 22 million results. Women have more trouble with assertiveness than men do.

A study by the Gender Action Portal at Harvard University found that, in salary negotiations, women concede earlier than men, anticipate greater backlash, and are discouraged by others’ perceptions of assertiveness as a non-feminine trait.

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Assertiveness is a virtue that anyone can develop with practice | Psyche Ideas


Talking To Ourselves: Our Inner Voice

Most of us think that talking to ourselves mentally is a normal thing. But some people don’t have an ‘inner monologue’ with themselves and rely on visualizing what they are planning or thinking.

Research in psychology reveals that many don’t realize that they talk to themselves, and for some, it only occurs when they are under pressure or are trying to perform. It is not a sign of intelligence, but a window to one’s personality.

Do You Have an Inner Voice? Not Everyone Does


Brownian Motion

Brownian Motion is the random motion of particles in a fluid, as they collide with other atoms or molecules. It is also called pedesis, which is a Greek term for leaping. Many visible, macroscopic particles can be influenced by invisible, microscopic particles, like pollen grains moving by themselves in water.

Brownian Motion is named after Scottish botanist Robert Brown, who described the same in 1827. His work remained unknown till Albert Einstein published a paper in 1905 explaining the discontinuous structure of matter and the existence of atoms and molecules.

Why Is Random Movement Called Brownian Motion, and What Does It Do?


John F. Kennedy

"There are risks and costs to a program of action. But they are far less than the long-range risks and costs of comfortable inaction."

The Doing Mindset > The Thinking Mindset


Ghosts are a mainstream area of belief

A ghost is seen as a bodyless soul or spirit of a dead person or animal.

As unlikely as it may seem, ghosts and hauntings are a mainstream area of belief. Studies in the UK and the USA show that between 30% and 50% of the population believe in ghosts. Belief in ghosts appears to be global. Since ghosts are contrary to nature's laws as we understand them, it calls for an explanation.

Why so many of us believe in ghosts


You’re Choosing To Live The Way You Live Right Now

We are responsible for the life we’re living right now. If your life is boring, you have the power to make changes.

Feeling helpless won’t be beneficial in the long term. So instead, make the decision to take ownership and choose the things that will transform your life into something that you're enjoying and cherishing.

Plato: the influential philosopher

Plato was originally named Aristocles (not to be confused with Aristotle). Plato was born in Athens around May 21 in 428 or 427 B.C.

Plato was a student and follower of Socrates. It is through Plato that we are most familiar with Socrates' philosophy. Plato wrote dialogues in which his teacher took part, usually asking leading questions - known as the Socratic method.

What You Should Know About the Philosopher Plato


Your mind, body, and emotions adapt to your expectations and standards.

If you become comfortable with self-defeat and skepticism, your body and brain literally adjust themselves to meet that reality.

If You Knew Something Would Improve Your Life, Why Wouldn't You?


... is someone who becomes competent in at least 3 diverse domains and integrates them into a top 1-percent skill set.

In another words, they bring the best of what humanity has discovered from across fields to help them be more effective in their core field. 

Specialists, on the other hand, just focus on knowledge from their own field.

People Who Have "Too Many Interests" Are More Likely To Be Successful According To Research


The First “Super Bowl”
  • The first American Football League-National Football League Championship Game was played on Jan. 15, 1967.
  • It was the only “Super Bowl” game to be telecast by two television networks, to use two different footballs, to have two kickoffs for the second half, and to fail to sell out.
  • Tickets at $15, $12 and $10 were thought to be overpriced.

How the Super Bowl Got Its Name



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