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COVID-19 Information

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The following webinar was sent to members of our professional association today and is being made available for distribution to clients and the public regarding information pertaining to the COVID-19 virus.  Please feel free to forward on to your friends and family. We’d like to also inform our valued clients that due to the virus […]

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Psychological nutrients for kids

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In continuing with the theme of parenting kids in the digital age, I came across this advice from Nir Eyal, Stanford Business School instructor, former video game and advertising executive, and author of “Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life”.  Eyal writes in his latest book that like the human body requires […]

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The Best Advice Given To Warren Buffet

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I’d like to take a moment to comment on three themes that are very common in the work that happens in my office:  authenticity, emotional intelligence and leadership.  Over time I will address each of these separately, however today I want to comment on how they together create the ingredients of successful professional performance. Taken […]

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2020 Start

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To the dear people I have come to know and care for! Happiest New Year.  2020, a new day, a new year, a new decade even.  It brings with it so many promises and possibilities. When I was living in Ghana twenty years ago, our organization was working hard to meet the U.N.’s 2020 targets […]

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Exercise as medicine

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The new year is upon us and with it the ubiquitous New Year’s resolutions.  And since, for many, a goal in the new year may include a renewed commitment to physical activity, this article by Canadian science writer Bob Holmes published in Knowable Magazine is definitely worth sharing. “…exercise is both powerful and wide-reaching, affecting […]

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Gift giving

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What you were told as a child may actually be true, at least when it comes to giving.  The age old adage that “it is better to give than receive” now has some scientific backing.  In a study published by Science Magazine, researchers examined how income effects happiness. The researchers hypothesized that spending money on […]

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World Mental Health Day

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Thursday, October 10th is World Mental Health Day, which is observed to raise awareness of global mental health issues.  The day of awareness is organized by the World Federation for Mental Health and supported by the World Health Organization (WHO).  This year’s World Mental Health Day focus is on suicide prevention. On average, someone losses […]

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Federal Election

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With the start of the federal election campaign well underway, I’d like to take a brief look at a several common psychological strategies that politicians and campaign managers use during the election season.  These strategies are used by any party and is something that may be interesting to look out for over the next 4 […]