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Why Our Brains are Designed to Forget—Illustration of a white face with the back of it going through a shredder with a dark blue background with three yellow stars.
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Why Our Brains Are Designed to Forget 

While many of us yearn to sharpen our memory, the science of sleep shows that, in fact, our brains are designed to forget—a process that unlocks the mind’s capacity to dream and think in creative ways. Read More 

  • Scott A. Small
  • July 28, 2022
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It Matters Why You Meditate 

Research suggests that the way you view your emotional and psychological life may influence your reasons for meditating, and how much benefit you get from the practice. Read More 

  • Mara Gulens
  • July 14, 2022
The Power of Leading with Appreciative Joy - Image of three wooden blocks on a blue background with facial expression drawn on them. A hand holds a magnifying glass over the one with a happy face.
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The Power of Leading with Appreciative Joy 

It’s not always easy to show up with genuine happiness and gratitude, especially when we’re facing personal or organizational challenges. That’s why appreciative joy is powerful: By seeing the good even in adversity, we gain a balanced perspective, harmony, and resilience. Read More 

  • Shalini Bahl-Milne
  • July 6, 2022

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