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Writer See, Writer Do

Why is it so much easier to write in a class than when you’re on your own at home? If you are 50% more likely to be overweight if your friends are overweight, are you 50% more likely to consistently show up for your writing if the others in your writer’s group or class do? […]

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Looking for Feedback on Giving and Receiving Feedback?

If you’re looking for the article I mentioned about how to ask for feedback, here’s the link.

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We need to reward ourselves and celebrate not just when some major milestone is reached, but for each step that brings us closer to the milestone.

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Monkey See, Monkey Do

By Rosanne Bane Like so many scientific breakthroughs, mirror neurons were discovered by accident. Daniel Goleman describes the fortuitous accident in Social Intelligence: Neuroscientists stumbled on this neural WiFi by accident in 1992. They were mapping the sensiomotor area of monkey’s brains by using electrodes so laser-thin they could be transplanted in single brain cells, […]

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