The problem with toxic motivation. By Sharilynn H

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One of the most dangerous things about toxic motivation is telling people it’s not ok, to not be ok – however, it’s OK, to not always be ok. Context I have written a few articles on the subject of motivation and productivity, however, the main premise of my articles emphasizes the importance of balance. Motivation […]

Can IQ or personality predict the probability for success? By Sharilynn Hanslo

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How accurate are IQ tests? While IQ tests attempt to measure intelligence, they may fail to accurately measure other areas of human intelligence, like creativity and social intelligence. However, IQ tests are still used in society since they can measure our understanding of certain things and predict our ability to perform specific tasks. However, intelligence […]

The psychology of the to-do list – why your brain loves ordered tasks. By Sharilynn H

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We all struggle with productivity, especially since the exponential growth of technology has us glued to our phones 24/7. While technology has advanced and made aspects out lives more convenient, studies have shown we have regressed our ability to process information and store it long term. For example, Microsoft conducted a study in 2000 to […]

The comfort zone and the science behind motivation.

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The purpose of this article is to learn skills to improve productivity and motivation within your personal and professional life. It also explores the importance of stepping out of your comfort zone. Below I explore how the comfort zone influences motivation, Procrastination, and the importance of intrinsically motivated activities. This article is me sharing the […]