Category Archives: Psychology

Strategic Interrupting

Strategic Interrupting “Shut your f’ing pie hole” – Drill Instructor Sgt Smith, USMC Ever since I was a little boy, I’ve been taught that interrupting people is just incredibly rude. And often times it is. But as I continue to … Continue reading

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Are you running a pattern of destruction or success?

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. Aristotle. Are you running a pattern of destruction or success?   We all have them…patterns that we run our lives by. Patterns are automatic habits … Continue reading

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Memory Metashift

I read a recent article where Joe Vitale talks about some events from his childhood that had shaped his life today.  Interestingly, he remembered that as a teenager he helped his dad build a house.  He had strong kinetic and … Continue reading

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The Mental Game of Marathons: Life or Death?

A recent news story talked about two men who died at or near the finish line of the 8th Philadelphia Marathon.  The apparent cause was-heart related according to a source for the article,  Dr. Lewis G. Maharam.  Maharam explains that … Continue reading

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The Art of Self-Handicapping

The flip side of the fear of failure is the fear of success, and it’s possible to unconsciously handicap ourselves with excuses, diversions, or procrastination. A recent post in PsyBlog discussed a common fear of failure comes from  partly because … Continue reading

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Intuition: More than meets the eye – The Kindness Gene

There may be more to that gut level feeling we have about certain people.  Perhaps there is more to intuition, or that ‘sixth sense’ than people get credit for.  An Oregon University study shows that people can actually recognize in … Continue reading

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