After 70 years, "The Power of Positive Thinking" remains incredibly popular, even though its critics find the book to be mostly fluff.
The placebo effect is not the "power of positive thinking." The fact that it is getting stronger is not a good development.
In an environment of impressive IQs, emotional intelligence makes all the difference.
Ways to move forward when you're wrong and I'm right.
Why do the worst people rise to power? University College London professor Brian Klaas responds.
Thinking as a group and going along with the loudest voices can feel easy and even natural. But to make real positive change in our world, it’s important to hear all voices and question the perceived majority.
Combining years of neurological research and mindfulness techniques, Dr. Heather Berlin helps us better understand how the body’s most complex organ can easily be misled into negative thinking - and how we can stop that from happening.
"Downward counterfactual thinking" — that is, imagining how things could be worse — is a quick and easy way to boost your well-being and gratitude.
Ginni Rometty shares lessons in leadership learned during her 40 year tenure and recent executive position as former CEO of IBM.
Arguments don’t have to be about winning or losing; they can help us build trust despite disagreeing.
Some processes, like quantum tunneling, have been shown to occur instantaneously. But the ultimate cosmic speed limit remains unavoidable.
If you see life as only a source of suffering and misery, why bring anyone else into that? This belief, called anti-natalism, is on the rise.
Sabine Hossenfelder talks about Albert Einstein, dead grandmothers, the physics of aging, and more in this full interview with Big Think.
You know that ghostly feeling that someone is nearby even though nobody is? It could be a trick of neural timing.
Positivity psychologist, lecturer and author Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar shares techniques on how to unlock happiness at work.
Prolonged and repetitive tasks rewire us in profound ways – which can be a force for good at work.
This productivity hack comes with an asterisk, explains note-taking guru Tiago Forte.
Though quantum mechanics is an incredibly successful theory, nobody knows what it means. Scientists now must confront its philosophical implications.
From emotional intelligence to problem solving, these management training topics will set team leaders up for success.
Here are the signs that you inherited “money anxiety” from your parents.
Negative feedback ignites the primal (“fight or flight”) and emotional (“do they hate me?”) parts of our brain first.
A relatively new interpretation of quantum mechanics asks us to reimagine the process of science itself.
It may be possible to give people the tools to withstand difficulty before it attaches to them.
Delay the instant gratification of online knowledge and first seek out the wisdom within yourself.
Without wormholes, warp drive, or some type of new matter, energy, or physics, everyone is limited by the speed of light. Or are they?