A friend’s diagnosis can feel overwhelming and confusing, but you don’t need to let fear and uncertainty keep you from being there for them.
The key to harnessing self-doubt starts with self-efficacy, or our confidence in our ability to set ourselves up for success. And we can improve self-efficacy through something that we all already do: talk to ourselves, says writer Rich Karlgaard.
Here’s an unfortunate truth about the world: Too many leaders simply don’t know how to lead. Turns out the most effective leaders are coaches.
The Out of the Syllabus Project is an initiative that trains students to capture the wisdom of teachers and share it with everyone in their school.
The bad news: We all face powerful mental blocks that stop us when we’re trying to achieve our goals. The good news: We can outwit them. Here’s how according to cognitive psychologist Amanda Crowell.