No One Cares

We can spend a lot of time, energy, and emotion trying to look good to others. “What will people think?” “What if I fail?” “How will I be judged?” becomes the endless loop we hear in our minds. This line of thinking keeps us incredibly busy but doesn’t make for a very happy existence. When …

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Comfort Zones

Comfort zones as defined by the esteemed Wikipedia are: “a behavioral state within which a person operates in an anxiety-neutral condition, using a limited set of behaviors to deliver a steady level of performance, usually without a sense of risk….A comfort zone is a type of mental conditioning that causes a person to create and …

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Measuring Happiness

The New York Times recently reported that Somerville Massachusetts added the question “How happy do you feel right now?” to their census in an effort to become the first city in the US to systematically track people’s happiness. Whether measuring happiness is the “right” parameter on which to judge is anyone’s guess—it certainly opens one …

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Drawing the Line

Lately our focus has been on identifying the lessons children need to learn in order to ultimately create a workplace where people and businesses thrive. So often by just looking around the office you can see behaviors so ingrained you just know that they were learned as kids. That’s why we’re designing our School Program …

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