Work as Necessary as Rest Paid Members Public
Achieving balance involves challenging the beliefs you have lived by, especially the "have to" (be available, be present, multiply, etc.). When the "have to" becomes present in your life, you begin to live according to the agenda of others, not your own.
Mental Prehabilitation Is Key For a Winning Mindset Paid Members Public
It is an integral element of winning performance strategy, whether you're an athlete or an ExO entrepreneur. It is about being prepared and ready to move beyond the "familiar stress" of typical performance in order to achieve the lofty targets and moonshots you have set yourself.
Neuroeconomics: the Science of Economic Research Paid Members Public
While trying to understand the implications on behavior and well-being, neuroeconomics aims to define a computational and neurobiological framework that accounts for choice processes.
Mind Myths and The Science of Meditation Paid Members Public
From a place of stress, our sympathetic nervous system is activated, our body floods with cortisol, and our perception is narrowed to one of self-preservation, seeing the external world as negative, or even threatening.
The Power of Saying “NO”: From Psychology to Neuroscience Paid Members Public
Learning to say No is also related to emotional intelligence (EQ). Hence, adapting one's own and others' emotional states would help in managing tasks, relationships, and challenging situations. Studies showed higher EQ is associated with mental health, job performance, and leadership .
The Psychology of Wellbeing: From Scarcity to Abundance Paid Members Public
Wellness influences a variety of dimensions in our lives (e.g., physical health, emotional stability, relationships, and material resources). Even when individuals try to adopt positive behaviors, anxiety and depression are always on the prowl.
Exponential Medicine: The Longevity Industry 2.0 Paid Members Public
Contrary to the expectations of a world free of mortality, the goal of the longevity industry is to predict diseases while giving hope for a world without age-related diseases.
Is Your Biological Clock Your Age? Paid Members Public
Aging can hardly be differentiated from longevity because the rate of aging can influence lifespan, although researchers debate on the fact that lifespan and longevity are two processes that occur independently of aging and healthspan.