Olympics Bare Extreme Range of the Human Spirit

By E. Paul Zehr Ph. D. Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic movement, said that "the important thing is not to win, but to take part...

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„Интуитивният ум“ – новата книга на „Издателство Инициали“ вече е на пазара

  Юджийн Садлър-Смит е професор по мениджмънт и организационна психология в Университета в Съри, Великобритания. Основна тема на неговите изследв...

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What Happens When Prejudiced People Meditate?

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6 Ways to Stop Overthinking Everything

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Зад всеки успял мъж стои една добре развита интуиция

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„Интуитивният ум“

  ОЧАКВАЙТЕ СКОРО НОВАТА КНИГА НА "ИЗДАТЕЛСТВО ИНИЦИАЛИ"!

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Olympics Bare Extreme Range of the Human Spirit

By E. Paul Zehr Ph. D.

5047062b2c9e9aa4788d919be462c407Pierre de Coubertin, the founder of the modern Olympic movement, said that „the important thing is not to win, but to take part.“ This noble sentiment goes along with the 1894 Olympic motto of „Citius, Altius, Fortius“—higher, faster, stronger. Events at the Rio games could perhaps add an asterisk or two for „really high“ and also „really low“ when it comes to the behavior of the competitors.

Let’s start with „higher“ and the best example of true Olympic spirit that we may ever see. On August 16th, and at four laps from the end of a heat for the women’s 5000 m race, New Zealand runner Nikki Hamblin tripped forward and created a collision with the American runner Abbey D’Agostino, trailing close behind her. Both runners tangled up and tumbled to the turf.  When Hamblin remained on the ground, D’Agostino, instead of continuing her run at a time when she could have still been competitive, bent down and encouraged and helped Hamblin to her feet.

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„Интуитивният ум“ – новата книга на „Издателство Инициали“ вече е на пазара

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Юджийн Садлър-Смит е професор по мениджмънт и организационна психология в Университета в Съри, Великобритания. Основна тема на неговите изследвания е ролята на интуитивните съждения в процеса на вземане на решения в сферата на мениджмънта и лидерството. Юджийн Садлър-Смит е автор на няколко книги. Резултатите от неговите изследвания в областта на интуицията са представяни в списание TheTimes и по радио BBC.

 

Тази книга ще ви помогне:

  • да съчетаете аналитичното мислене и интуицията;
  • да успеете в обучението, бизнеса и личния живот;
  • да вземате правилни решения в сложни и свързани с дефицит на време ситуации;
  • да развиете своя мозък;
  • да се превърнете в лидер.


„Вашата интуиция е мощен евристичен двигател, който постоянно се усъвършенства на базата на натрупания опит. „Интуитивният ум” е увлекателна и много полезна книга, с помощта на която вие ще се научите максимално да използвате своята интуиция, да вземате най-добрите решения днес и да предвиждате бъдещето! Зигмунд Фройд и Карл Юнг със сигурност биха я одобрили.”

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What Happens When Prejudiced People Meditate?

3rd-image-1024x682Here’s some new research that’s both interesting and encouraging: It found that just seven minutes of meditation can reduce racial prejudice. Is that possible? The study, from the University of Sussex, was published in the journal Motivation and Emotion. It used the Buddhist mediation technique of loving-kindness meditation, which promotes generating thoughts and feelings of unconditional kindness towards oneself and others.

Before describing this particular study, I want to point out an important implication of this research, in my view. It’s that prejudices of all sorts are learned and conditioned from a variety of social and cultural forces; and, they can be consciously altered. Knowing this is especially important in our current era of reactive prejudice towards those who are “different,” and whose presence is increasingly visible as our society becomes ever-more diverse.

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6 Ways to Stop Overthinking Everything

Whether thOverthink-Lifeey’re beating themselves up over a mistake they made yesterday, or they’re fretting about how they’re going to succeed tomorrow, over-thinkers are plagued by distressing thoughts. Their inability to get out of their own heads leaves them in a state of constant anguish.
While everyone over-thinks things once in a while, some people just can’t ever seem to quiet the constant barrage of thoughts. Their inner monologue includes two destructive thought patterns — ruminating and worrying.
Ruminating involves rehashing the past. Thoughts may include things like:
I shouldn’t have spoken up in the meeting today. Everyone looked at me like I was an idiot.
• I could have stuck it out at my old job. I would be happier if I would have just stayed there.
• My parents always said I wouldn’t amount to anything. And they were right.
Worrying involves negative–often catastrophic–predictions about the future. They may think things like:
I’m going to embarrass myself tomorrow when I give that presentation. My hands will shake, my face will turn red, and everyone will see that I’m incompetent.
• I’ll never get promoted. It doesn’t matter what I do. It’s not going to happen.
• My spouse is going to find someone better than I am. I’m going to end up divorced and alone.
Over-thinkers don’t just use words to contemplate their lives. Sometimes, they conjure up images too. They may envision their car going off the road or they might replay a distressing event in their minds like a movie. Either way, their tendency to overthink everything holds them back from doing something productive.

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