If jumping off cliffs conjures up more calamity than curiosity, then risk-taking’s likely not right for you. If you agree that safety’s an illusion, or if you crave a challenge here and there to expand the stuff we’re made of, you likely don’t take risks lightly. We tend to lack… Read more »
Social media may increase our access into bitter communications that harbor coarseness and cruelty, but human brains still crave kindness and care if people and innovative ideas are to flourish. It may mean we have to curb that hate speech, call out bullying or propose tolerance because we face increasing… Read more »
Teach our brains to remove the oxygen from mistreatment, and we pound a clear path for surprisingly freer steps forward. Whether we feel spurned by a former friend or slammed online by a tyrannical leader, our brains come fully equipped to recognize our personal worth and to turn our inner… Read more »
Could Fearless Girl help remove fear from leaders who run with brute force of Charging Bulls? State Street Global Advisors suggest she can! You? Or do we still have a bigger problem grasping how male and female leaders differ yet come together in ways that can benefit all? Would we… Read more »
Fear feels like a natural response to facts brandished about without any ability to respond. If you ask a simple – What if … question though, fear moves into freedom that innovative change-agents enjoy! A mental barrier to freedom, fear of failure’s understandable when you think about it. Salacious front-liners … Read more »
If you believe violent videos don’t create violent cultures, or constant terrorism talk doesn’t chill human brains, you’d likely also deny that fear creates frantic financial failures too. Fact is, it’s doing just that. In reality, financial experts increasingly warn us that fear can drain an economy, and it makes… Read more »
If you listened lately to the media’s constant streams of financial fears, you likely fail to shop much for loved ones over giving times such as Christmas. Not that buying less detracts from the magic of Christmas. Yet sadly, gloomy news turns into poor proceeds for business, just as fear… Read more »
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