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By Jeff Tunnell
Morals are cognitive (thinking, developed in our heads) Values are affective (feelings, held in our hearts). Practices develop from values. Therefore, “We practice what we value”.
For example: we may know in our minds (cognitive thought) that stealing is wrong (a moral), but if we…

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What is Positive Psychology? An Animation

I also enjoyed this animation.
I would love to see an answer to the Halely posted on 11/1 regarding Prosperity Sharing. I have read a great many PS books and research studies and have not seen anything about prosperity sharing.
I have seen research that speaks to the detrimental impact of…

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Developing Warrior Like Mental Toughness

What is it that makes a company successful? Money? Technology? A driven CEO? While money certainly doesn’t hurt, technology is essential and it’s nice to have a well poised leader. These things are not what guarantees success in a corporation. It is all about the people. The employees working for an organization are the backbone of the company.

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3 Strategies to Prepare Your Millennials for Their Leadership Roles

ANY EXPERIENCED LEADERS predict a skill and experience crisis at the management level due to the vast numbers of retiring Baby Boomers. They may have cause for concern. Estimates from multiple sources project that Millennials will make up 75% of the global workforce as early as 2025. The question you need to answer is, “Do you have Millennial leaders who are ready to take over and fill the voids left by your experienced Baby Boomers?” Consider these three action steps as you prioritize Millennial leadership development.

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Here Are 3 Scientific Ways Drinking Water Makes You More Productive

We all know drinking water is essential to good health. It keeps us alive and helps our body function properly. But what if I told you staying hydrated is also a good way to become more productive too? This article will show you 3 scientifically backed reasons why drinking enough water each day will help you focus better and get more done.

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The Effect of Your Affect

Growing up, I heard the term . or Positive Mental Attitude, repeatedly. Before you dismiss the term as a fad for personal development junkies, you should know that scholars also have a term for this; PA or Positive Affect. Negative Affect is stinkin’ thinkin’ or like my father, Charlie “Tremendous” Jones, used to call it, “Thumb sucking.” No surprise that the acronym for Negative Affect is NA, which made me laugh out loud.

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WellCare Signs Behavioral Health Home Agreement with Peace River Center for Personal Development

TAMPA, Fla. Under the agreement, Peace River Center will provide both behavioral and medical services for Staywell Medicaid members identified as having severe medical and behavioral health issues, including those with a formal diagnosis of serious mental illness (SMI). Peace River Center will be responsible for the integration and coordination of care for these members.

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Why I use phrases like ‘tobacco leaf,’ ‘black fruit’ and ‘jammy’ to describe wine

A reader emailed a few weeks ago to complain about — or perhaps make fun of — the way I describe wines. Having recently retired, Joel Darmstadter, of Chevy Chase, Md., said he was trying to catch up on the pleasures of life, including “wines not nearly appreciated to the extent guaranteed.” But he was having trouble.

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24 Books Successful People Read

People who do great things typically are serious about self-improvement, which often is served in the form of a book. Here are two dozen good ones, recommended by founders, executives, and other high achievers. “This is a critical read for anyone wanting to create a new technology or business model.

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