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4 in 5 parents say children today aren't as thankful as they should be
Over half of parents are worried that they’re giving their children too much and two in five saying they’re even sometimes “embarrassed by how selfish their child acts.” But most parents want to raise appreciative kids, with three in four saying it’s a high priority to teach their children gratitude.
How to be "in the flow"
Flow—being so involved in what you are doing that time, indeed anything else, ceases to be noticed—is said to be good for our well-being. There is evidence that it can ward off depression, prevent burnout and make us more resilient. We seek it out, but our understanding of how the brain enables flow is limited.
Finding the perfect match
There is an eternal question when hiring: “Is this person really the right fit?” Even if a candidate has the skills for the job, does their personality fit the company culture? Do their goals align with those of the organization? Employees who identify with the organization’s goals do better and remain longer. But the organization must have goals that employees can relate to.
Does environmental stress drive migration?
The level of climate and other-induced immigration is going to affect all of our lives between now and at least the end of the century. It will force changes in the way we live, the way we run our businesses, our neighborhoods, and our ability to make a living.
Managing COVID Anxiety
Everyone in today’s uprooted world needs to find areas of their lives in which they can take charge and which will give them a sense of empowerment and enhance their sense of safety. Even for those who seem most secure, taking functional (i.e. not manipulative) control of your relationships is imperative.
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