Time Management Podcast

Christmas can leave us feeling out of breath. We almost all feel as though we don’t have enough time. Download this free podcast, created just for you by Louise Bedford and Michael Yardney, and you’ll discover: 1. How to focus on what’s really important so you get more done in less time. 2. One serious…

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The Knowledge

Twenty-five thousand streets, 100,000 landmarks, 320 main routes criss-crossing the most congested city in Europe, all committed to memory. This is what it takes to drive one of London’s iconic black taxis. Since 1865, London taxi drivers have had to pass “the Knowledge of London,” a gruelling training course that requires knowing every street within a…

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The Impact Of News

This is quite a lengthy but interesting piece which forms part of a PhD submission.  I have snipped out a portion of the introduction that makes some interesting statements about the role of new in trader behaviour and the impact of news upon sophisticated and non sophisticated investors. The author uses an interesting technique for defining…

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The 10 Most Controversial Psychology Studies Ever Published

10. Libet’s Challenge to Free Will Your decisions feel like your own, but Benjamin Libet’s study using electroencephalography (EEG) appeared to show that preparatory brain activity precedes your conscious decisions of when to move. One controversial interpretation is that this challenges the notion that you have free will. The decision of when to move is…

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The coffee-machine bacteriome

Microbial communities are ubiquitous in both natural and artificial environments. However, microbial diversity is usually reduced under strong selection pressures, such as those present in habitats rich in recalcitrant or toxic compounds displaying antimicrobial properties. Caffeine is a natural alkaloid present in coffee, tea and soft drinks with well-known antibacterial properties. Here we present the…

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Its Not Just Students…

A year ago I received an invitation from the head of Counselling Services at a major university to join faculty and administrators for discussions about how to deal with the decline in resilience among students. At the first meeting, we learned that emergency calls to Counseling had more than doubled over the past five years. Students are increasingly…

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Reviewing a handful of studies on the subject, Harvard Health contends that “gratitude helps people feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve their health, deal with adversity, and build strong relationships.” So it’s no wonder expressing gratitude is the first social habit most of us acquire. We’re taught to say thank you around the…

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