The comfort zone: What it is and is it beneficial? Tips to break out

 

  The comfort zone. It contributes to making us feel mentally safe in our everyday life. Developing a routine such as arriving to work always […]

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Importance of motivation

The Importance of Motivation: What Is It and Tips to Promote It

 

  The importance of motivation: motivation is the motor that moves our world. You may often hear about a lack of motivation at school or […]

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Grit

Grit: How this Personality Trait is the Key to Success

 

  Grit is becoming one of the most frequently used buzzwords today among psychologists, researchers, parents, teachers, business leaders, and much more. When we think […]

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nucleus accumbens

Nucleus Accumbens: What is it, functions, anatomy, diseases.

 

  The nucleus accumbens is a brain structure that is part of our pleasure and reward system. It activates our motivation and allows willpower to […]

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Frontal Lobe

Frontal Lobe: Areas, functions and disorders related to it

 

  The brain is divided into four lobes, differentiated by their location and functions. In this article, we are going to focus on one of the […]

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Maslow's pyramid

Maslow’s Pyramid: what is it, what are its levels, how can we apply it, does it only have advantages?

 

  Our needs move us to overcome every challenge that is thrown our way daily. What is Maslow’s pyramid? What is it for? What are […]

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How to start working out

Are You Ready To Make A Change? Tips for How To Start Working Out

 

  Have you tried to start working out before but you gave up when it got hard? Do you want to start again, but you’re […]

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Under pressure relieve stress

Under pressure? Relaxing music can help relieve stress

 

  The parties that those college kids have, annoying people who play music on their phones without headphones, reality TV stars who decide that they […]

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Goals, Motivation And The Brain

 

 The Greek philosopher Democritus (460-370 B.C.E.) might have been the first to hypothesize that the two fundamental human motives are to approach rewards and avoid […]

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