February 22, 2018

Slow down!

  More info on how to conquer the stress of the holidays! In my view, it’s best for you to take this advice and use it everyday. Why? Most marketers are stressed out day to day from email, phone calls, deadlines, and punks. It’s not hard to start your day all cheery and bright, only [...]

When being distracted is a good thing

“If you are stuck on a problem, an interruption can force an ‘incubation period,’’ she says. “In other words, a distraction may provide the break you need to disengage from a fixation on the ineffective solution.’ ”   http://bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/health-wellness/2012/02/27/when-being-distracted-good-thing/1AYWPlDplqluMEPrWHe5sL/story.html

A new model for our emotions: book explores six dimensions of style Read more: http://host.madison.com/entertainment/arts_and_theatre/books/a-new-model-for-our-emotions-book-explores-six-dimensions/article_08476328-6492-11e1-b341-0019bb2963f4.html#ixzz1oH9puxX9

“He’s spent his career connecting the dots between those internal mental processes experienced by sleeping brains and they way we live out our emotions.” http://host.madison.com/entertainment/arts_and_theatre/books/a-new-model-for-our-emotions-book-explores-six-dimensions/article_08476328-6492-11e1-b341-0019bb2963f4.html

Social skills linked to daydreaming brain

“Studies of dementia patients are suggesting our social skills rely on the same parts of our brain responsible for daydreaming, imagination and memory.”   http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2012/03/02/3442547.htm