Stress doesn’t come from the outside world. We construct it in the same way that we construct emotion: On the spot from the incoming stimulus that is filtered through our own unique brain. Consequently, we have more control over stress than we think.
“Contrary to what we’ve been taught, genes do not determine physical and character traits on their own. Rather, they interact with the environment in a dynamic, ongoing process that produces
7/27/2018 Workplace changes are accelerating and reinvention and multiple (different) careers are commonplace in today's working world. These factors, along with the strong desire for a better quality of life
Who Can You Blame for Your Personality?
8/15/2017 What is Personality?
Personality seems so intangible – and is expressed through so many little behaviors and habits – that it’s hard to believe