Month: June 2022

Susan Cain’s New Book Explores the Question: What Is Sadness Good For?

In 2010, celebrated Pixar director Pete Docter decided to make an animated film about the wild and woolly emotions of an 11-year-old girl named Riley. He knew the rough outlines of the story he wanted to tell. The film would open with Riley, uprooted from her Minnesota hometown and plunked down in a new house …

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Dear Debbie: I Feel Disconnected and Directionless—What Should I Do?

My life is good. I’m busy and accomplished. I should feel grateful. Instead, I feel disconnected and directionless. What should I do? First of all, what you’re feeling is normal. The idea that something has to be wrong in your life for you to feel down or disconnected is just another facet of perfectionism placed …

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How ‘The Intern’ Explores Transference and Its Impacts on Personal Growth

Rewinders, you’re not having déjà vu. We’re talking about a totally different movie this week. It’s not The Internship. It’s The Intern. And it’s great. I’m excited to talk about this one for a few reasons, one of which is that the rom-com queen, Nancy Meyers, wrote and directed it. In other words, you already …

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Top Ways Businesses Can Use Software Solutions to Increase Their Productivity

Businesses use software solutions to manage a variety of tasks and processes more efficiently. By automating tasks, businesses can improve their productivity and save time on mundane tasks. It’s important to choose the right software solution for your business, as there are a wide variety of options available. Below are some ways businesses can use …

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How I Turned My Disability into Desirability with a Simple Perspective Change

“Life has no limitations, except the ones you make.” ~Les Brown I was affected by the deadly poliovirus when I was six months old. Most people infected with it die. Even today, there is no cure for it. I miraculously survived, but lost my ability to walk. During the first twenty years of my life, …

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6 Marketing Strategies to Effectively Promote Your Medical Practice

If you’re like most medical professionals, you know that marketing is essential for the success of your practice. However, it can be difficult to know where to start. This blog post will discuss six marketing strategies that are proven to be effective in promoting medical practices. Read on to learn more. Establish a strong online …

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