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Study: Harvard spent 75 years studying what makes men happy, interested?

 

In 1938, Harvard University started an ambitious study which followed 268 men for over 75 years. This study is recognized as the longest of its kind in the history of human evolution. The aim of the study was to determine, as accurately as possible, what factors contribute most to thriving human existence (Feel Guide.com).

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Take the next step.

 

the-me-i-want-to-beWant to be a better you? Have you ever dreamed about being a better person but don’t know how to get started..? There is no Secret, if you want to make small daily changes you only have to make one step at a time.

“Change your thoughts and you change your world.” – Norman Vincent Peale Continue reading

Handwriting analysis (graphology).

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Graphology or handwriting analysis is an effective means of deciphering the personality and behavior of people, being used more and more in  recruitment and hiring, interviews and selections, counseling and career planning, as well as character analysis of the persons that violates the law.

In the late ’90s, most American companies and organizations used (and still use) handwriting analysis for recruitment and selection, personnel testing (psychological testing) and motivation. “The Wall Street Journal” in 1988, published the following news: in France, Spain, Holland and Israel about 80% of the top 500 fastest growing companies use handwriting analysis in human resource management, having consultants in graphology or having experts in handwriting analysis employed full-time. Continue reading

Pygmalion Effect – the vicious circle that defines our results

We have all heard of the “self-fulfilling prophecy“. One way to look at this idea is to say that “we get what we expect” and if we expect something to happen, our expectation will tend to make it so. Continue reading

How do you recognize a Passive – Aggressive Behaviour

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Maybe you often hear the phrase “passive-aggressive behavior,” but you had no idea what it means. Verbal violence could be the first feature that you can think in such cases. If it’s a passive and aggressive  behavior  at the same time, probably it won’t get to episodes of physical violence, right? Such logic is acceptable, but it is not the case for this type of behavior. In reality, those who have passive-aggressive behavior usually are responsible for many Continue reading