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The Neuroscience Behind the Spacing Effect

The Neuroscience Behind the Spacing Effect

This school year, classrooms look very different. Chalkboards and in-person instruction have been replaced by PowerPoint slides and video conferences as many students shifted to virtual learning. While a debate rages over which type of education is best, a more fundamental question about learning...

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The Forgetting Curve

The Forgetting Curve

If it wasn’t for the ‘forgetting curve’, you’d remember everything you’ve ever been taught. You’d be a genius on a level that would make Einstein envious.  This makes the forgetting curve the arch-nemesis of learning and development (L&D) departments across the globe. But wouldn’t life be...

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6 Tips for Getting Deep Work Done

6 Tips for Getting Deep Work Done

Are you tired of constant interruptions during work? Learn these tips for getting deep work done and finally achieve that much-needed focus. Deep Work is a superb concept to follow if you want to be more productive in your job, studies, or business. These periods of intense focus can help you...

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Barriers to Change: Unrealistic Goals

Barriers to Change: Unrealistic Goals

It’s a classic leadership challenge: you want to set goals that push the limits, and inspire people to achieve things they didn’t think were possible. But now as a result, they don’t think your goals are possible. When sharing your vision, you see raised eyebrows, or hear rumblings like “Do...

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How Leaders Should Leave

How Leaders Should Leave

Perhaps you're so burnt out or so excited about your next role that you're ready to run for the door, but slow down, cautions John Quelch. He offers nine tips for leaders who are ready to take the next step in their careers. Even the most loyal, long-serving employee may consider resigning from a...

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7 Powerful Proactive Responses to Hot Emotion

7 Powerful Proactive Responses to Hot Emotion

Proactive people make things happen. Reactive people wait for things to happen. Reactions come with their own punishment. Reactions are spontaneous. Someone pushes you; you push back. You say something that causes harm. Reactions deliver short-term satisfaction and long-term hardship. 7 dangers of...

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