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The Good News about Being Wrong 

No one likes making mistakes or (even worse) admitting them. But there’s wisdom and resilience to be gleaned by learning to accept and acknowledge when you are wrong. Read More 

  • Elaine Smookler
  • February 4, 2019
Relationships

How to Find Your Self-Care Squad 

Building communities of care creates a culture of compassion and accountability, inspiring you to be the best version of yourself. Read More 

  • Shelly Tygielski
  • January 23, 2019
Relationships

“No” Is A Complete Sentence 

“No” is a word most of us use too infrequently. And, what’s worse, when we say “No” we usually add on all sorts of wheedly explanations. But “No” is a complete sentence, and here’s why. Read More 

  • Shelly Tygielski
  • January 16, 2019
Health

The Mind-Traps that Lead to Toxic Jealousy 

Jealousy becomes problematic when it arises in imagined scenarios, which can cause us to make three major “cognitive mistakes” that lead us to misinterpret the truth. Read More 

  • Nicole Bayes-Fleming
  • December 14, 2018
Relationships

How Good People Can Fight Bias 

In her new book, Dolly Chugh provides us with tips for recognizing bias and reducing its effects in ourselves and our workplaces. Read More 

  • Jill Suttie
  • December 10, 2018
Relationships

How Mindfulness Makes You a Better Leader 

Leaders who want to keep an edge at work should hone these three soft skills, says Jacqueline Carter, author of The Mind of the Leader. She sat down with James Gimian, Mindful's Executive Director. Read More 

  • Jacqueline Carter and James Gimian
  • November 27, 2018

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