Sep 162015

Sunset Crater plant Another Education Neuromyth Debunked
There’s been a myth going around that during lectures, students’ brainwaves flatline. It’s based on a single student was being measured for stressors. This article explains the misconception, and hopefully prevent the myth from spreading.

Little Things Lead to Success At Work
It may be that our micro-behaviors, instead of our big decisions, that make the difference between success and disappointment. Habits and past reactions determine our micro-behaviors. This article suggests some ways to change them so that you are more successful.

Be Expectant & Give Birth To A Great Future
Life responds to your expectations. If you expect to succeed, the odds are in your favor. The same is true if you expect to fail. Learn some ways to build your expectancy for a better tomorrow.

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