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Frozen By Fear: The Bystander Effect

Frozen By Fear: The Bystander Effect

Take a second and think about the greatest threats facing the world today. If you watch the news, you probably have some ideas. Pictures of war and environmental devastation overwhelm the television while the economy and climate change dominate the headlines. But,...
Feng Shui: A Methodical Approach To Happiness

Feng Shui: A Methodical Approach To Happiness

In less than 200 years, our society has evolved from agricultural, to industrialized, to today’s knowledge-driven civilization. The Internet makes information about anything available to everyone and yet we know less about ourselves than ever before. The new world...
Innate Audacity and Entrepreneurship

Innate Audacity and Entrepreneurship

Audacity – which the Free Online Dictionary defines as “bold insolent heedlessness of restraints, as of those imposed by prudence, propriety, or convention” – is something that many people associate with entrepreneurship. In popular perceptions, at least,...
Life Lessons

Life Lessons

“Bad days have a scientific value. They are occasions a good learner would not miss.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson Frustrated.   Irritated.  Annoyed. Sometimes I feel this way when I’m in a hurry and I’m stuck in traffic. Have you ever felt like it? Have you ever felt...
Jumping On The Social Media Bandwagon

Jumping On The Social Media Bandwagon

A misunderstanding appears to have arisen among many businesses – that social media is a technology best left to adolescents to update (Facebook), text (smartphones) or tweet (Twitter) their friends about what TV show is being watched or who should win a Grammy. In...
Teamwork: Less Me, More We

Teamwork: Less Me, More We

I love hockey. I mean, I r-e-a-l-l-y love hockey. I love hockey more than snow days, summer, or even Halloween candy! I love hockey so much that I wanted to play after my brother’s funeral because I knew it would make me feel happy. I wanted to score a goal for him. I...