1.14 Perfection: The Enemy of Progress

Course Overview Ah, the perfectionist. We all know one in our life. Or…maybe you are one. But, isn’t working hard and having high standards helpful, especially at work? What determines when perfectionism is harmful or helpful? You don’t need to be perfect in order to be successful. But be aware that the need to get […]

1.13 Feed Your Brain

Course Overview You probably know that it’s important to eat well, get a good night’s sleep, and exercise regularly to keep your body fit and healthy. But did you know that all of these activities can impact your brain as well? Your brain is one of the most energy-intensive organs in your body, using close […]

1.12 Human Energy Cycles

Course Overview Have you ever felt sleepy or sluggish after lunch? Do you feel most alert and productive at a certain time every day? Everyone has natural rhythms that impact how much energy they have throughout each 24-hour period. You may have heard of your circadian rhythm as it relates to sleep, but this rhythm […]

1.11 Unlock Your Creative Potential

Course Overview Open-mindedness, a few simple tools, diverse teams, and information sharing across teams are the driving forces that support innovation and creativity. The objective of this course is to illustrate how creativity and innovation encourage profits, organizational growth and company vitality.  You’ll learn specific steps that you and your company can take to grow […]

1.10 Attitude of Gratitude

Course Overview Gratitude – the expression of appreciation – has been around as long as humans have been on this planet. Despite that, gratitude is a relatively new concept in the field of science. For the first time in history, we’re starting to see how being grateful can bring value, vitality and happiness to ourselves […]

1.9 The Happiness Advantage

Course Overview In 1776, a group of men known as our Founding Fathers signed a document framing the “pursuit of happiness” as a God-given right of all. Moreover, the Declaration of Independence’s message equates happiness with the right to self-determination. Thomas Jefferson and his colleagues understood that a sense of control over one’s life is […]

1.8 Mastering Habits

Course Overview The dictionary defines a habit as “an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary.” This, of course, could be a “good” habit, like morning meditation, jogging or yoga, or it a can be a “bad” habit like smoking, overeating or gambling. The purpose of this course is to help […]

1.7 Continuous Learning

Course Overview For many of us, there is a limiting belief that the majority of our learning happens through the time we get our degree or diploma. Sure, we’ll continue to learn we think, but it won’t be with the same vigor that we learned in the classroom, right? Wrong. The most successful people in […]

1.6 Focus

Course Overview In 2010, Harvard psychologists Matthew Killingsworth and Daniel Gilbert discovered that 47% of our waking hours are spent thinking about something totally unrelated to what’s currently right in front of us. While it’s true that smartphones, tablets, and social media are vying for our attention now more than ever, it’s not the technology that is […]

1.5 The Myth of Multi-Tasking

Course Overview There is a certain satisfaction in feeling like you’re getting multiple things done at once. You get to cross several things off your to-do list and feel a sense of productivity. You may even get a thrill sharing with others about how much you got done that day. This is all good unless […]