Dinesh Shete

A Basic Skill We Should Have Learned as Kids

Living through emotional reactions Even in our most mundane moments. Our emotions aren’t always overwhelming us, but they are always affecting us, coloring our perceptions and opinions about ourselves and our world. The “fish in water” effect Because we are immersed in our emotions’ effects every moment of our lives, we tend to talk about them

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The Loner’s Guide to Becoming a Team Player

Moving to a team-centered role If you’ve moved from an individual role to a more team-centred position, working as part of a team may at first pose a challenge. But, there are ways to overcome this problem and learn how to work together in a team. Hesitant about sharing responsibilities Consider why you prefer to

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How to Do Long Term

Long-term thinking Long-term thinking is more challenging than most people imagine. It is then also more lucrative than many people think. The long run consists of a collection of short runs that you have to put up with: recessions, bear markets, meltdowns and surprises. Instead of assuming long-term thinkers don’t have to deal with nonsense, the question is how you

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The 3 Pillars of Creativity

“Happiness is not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort.” FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Creativity And Awareness The practical application of creativity requires the help of our logical left side of the brain. Although we perceive that our creative right side of the brain

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How to get over the need to be get liked by everyone you meet

Wanting to be liked by everyone Many people go through life desiring everyone to like them – not just a boss or a co-worker but strangers – the customer-service reps, cab drivers, or people in the grocery store. Just telling yourself, it doesn’t matter if the others like you is bad advice. You know it

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4 reasons why people choose junk food over healthy food

Junk Food over Healthy Food The term "junk" refers to something that we wouldn’t want or garbage. The point as to why junk food is called as such is because these junk foods are processed foods that offer little to no nutritional value. The four reasons why people choose junk food over healthy foods are

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Three things that keep people motivated at work

How to increase motivation A hundred years ago, it was much easier to motivate people. You could switch people from an hourly rate to a piece-rate system, where they would be motivated to do repetitive tasks faster. But in the knowledge or creative work economy, those tasks are becoming rare. Richard Ryan and Edward Deci

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How brain activity is measured.

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) And How It Works The fMRI employs a magnetic field to collect information about the body. It is one of the most prominent methods in neuroscience for studying the structure of the brain, including differences in the structural characteristics of different people’s brains. It works with a system that produces

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What is neuroplasticity ?

Neuroplasticity: The Brain’s Ability To Adapt The human brain is not static, but is shape-shifting, upgrading, maintaining and housekeeping itself all the time. The constant rewiring, adapting and upgrading is happening not just in our formative years, but through the course of our lifetime. This neuroplasticity of the brain can be nurtured and stimulated for

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