The party season has ended, the credit card bills are starting to hit the mat, you are carrying a few extra pounds from all that lovely Christmas food and drink, and your motivation towards all those resolutions you were so keen on 3 weeks ago is starting to wear thin… So what can you do? […]
According to research published in Science (Vol 314, p435), women led to believe that genetic factors cause female under-achievement subsequently perform much worse in maths tests than those told that social factors (such as teacher attention being given to boys) are responsible. The two studies, undertaken by Steven Heine and Ilan Dar-Nimrod at the University […]
As we highlighted in a previous article, it pays to be an optimist. Take a look at the following letters: HAPPINESSISNOWHERE What did you read? Was it “Happiness is nowhere” or “Happiness is now here”?
Ah, Valentines day. A time for hopeless romantics to show the object of their desires just how much they mean to them… or perhaps a day when, despite our best efforts, relationships are strained by words and actions which do not seem to meet our partner’s needs or expectations? Chances are, if you found yourself […]
Our resources section now has an online Representational Systems Test, which allows you to find out which of your senses you favour, and how this can affect your personality, interactions with others, and perception of events.
The title for this article comes from the film, What The Bleep Do We Know!?, which we saw the other night. It is a strange mix of serious documentary on the science of Quantum Theory, woven around an entertaining story about a photographer who starts to see the world in a new way. The film […]
I was inspired to write a few lines after reading a short article entitled Anthony Robbins On Being A Hero on NLP Weekly. As human beings we very often limit ourselves by our beliefs – that is, we so often look at what we can’t do and don’t want that we forget, or stop believing […]