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Why The World Is Getting Better And Why Hardly Anyone Knows It
Tactics are sexy. But for most entrepreneurs, business success is not born from tactics. And shifts take time. You will succeed or fail based on the critical mental shifts that you make. Let me show you how this single idea can become the mental shift that will stop you from floundering and turn you into a successful entrepreneur. Recently, contemporary positive psychology author Gretchen Rubin again popularized the aphorism in her book, The Happiness Project. Trying to make something perfect can actually prevent us from making it just good.
The truth is though…that singing is a skill-set, just like any other. And it CAN be learned. The vast majority of us will sing terribly when we first try…but then get better by practicing. Unfortunately, the reality is that many singers practice for years and years without ever improving. The 1 reason mediocre singers stay mediocre is…. They never really develop their own sense of identity and style.
In their first study of self-reported sleep length, the U. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that In total, an estimated A lack of sleep, like so many other health factors, disproportionately affects the poor and underprivileged. Those who are most likely to get the recommended amount of sleep include people over age 65, those who are married, employed, have a college education or higher, and are white, Asian or Hispanic.
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For years, managers have been encouraged to praise and constructively criticize just about everything their employees do. But there are better ways to help employees thrive and excel. For years managers have been encouraged to candidly praise and criticize just about everything workers do. But it turns out that feedback does not help employees thrive. Managers will never produce great performance by identifying what they think is failure and telling people how to correct it. Neuroscience shows that we grow most when people focus on our strengths. Managers today are bombarded with calls to give feedback—constantly, directly, and critically.
Read the news and you can see that the world is going to hell in hand-basket—and fast! Terrorism, nuclear weapons, economic stagnation, social unrest, autocratic leaders, structural unemployment, deskilling, growing hopelessness, the opioid epidemic, increasing inequality, xenophobia, economic migrations, recessions, financial bubbles and crashes, recessions, depressions—the list goes on. Hardly anyone thinks the world is getting better. And yet the facts show otherwise. Statistics show otherwise. Massive gains have been made in reducing extreme poverty, particularly in the last 50 years.