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    1. A Guide to Better Virtual Working Arrangements

      A Guide to Better Virtual Working Arrangements

      Working virtually has suddenly become all the rage in the age of pandemic-induced social distancing. This article by NeuroLeadership Institute's David Rock gives us some tips on how to make our experience with it a lot more enjoyable.

      Here's some of the most poignant points that he shared:

      The brain automatically and unconsciously classifies people as in-group and out-group. Collaborating with in-group members doesn’t just feel better; we process their information more richly, making fewer cognitive errors. Collaborating with out-group members feels more like a threat. We are cautious, and we don’t trust them as much ...

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    2. Celebrate Your Small (And Big) Successes

      Celebrate Your Small (And Big) Successes

      We thought this thought-provoking piece from Thrive Global had some really good ideas to share. It's called How to Handle Good Things Happening To You.

      Agapi Stassinopoulos shares with us some ideas to ponder on. Here's one in particular, that resonated with us: 

      When a thought comes that says it won’t last, laugh at it. Deflect it by not giving it any energy or attention, and be mindful of believing it and not sabotaging yourself. Also, try to be mindful about where the thought is coming from. So often, these thoughts come from an internal fear. When ...

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    3. How Identifying The Reasons Why We Procrastinate Can Help Us Prevent It

      How Identifying The Reasons Why We Procrastinate Can Help Us Prevent It

      We thought we would share this thought provoking article from Morty Lefkoe. It's called How to Identify the Meaning That Cause You to Procrastinate ( Without Excessive Navel-Gazing).

      It's a powerful article that has some interesting takeaways. Here's one of them that we just couldn't help but share:

      It’s important to discover the meanings that cause us to procrastinate

      Why?  One reason is knowing the meaning that makes us put something off can keep us from failing to meet our intentions over and over again.  This kind of repeated failure tends to make us less confident ...

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    4. Mantras That Can Help You Get Through a Bad Day

      Mantras That Can Help You Get Through a Bad Day

      This article called 17 Positive Mantras to Ease Stress, Even on a Bad Day really useful mantras here that we thought our readers can greatly benefit from. We at the Resistance Magazine are thrilled to share it with you.

      Talking to yourself positively can be difficult in stressful times so this can really come in handy. We hope you'll be able to check in with this article in particularly difficult times.

      Thank you so much, Thrive Global, for sharing these great mantras!

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    5. The Best Tips for Achieving A Miracle Mindset

      The Best Tips for Achieving A Miracle Mindset

      Stumbled upon another outstanding content from Carrie Green. It's titled How to Master the Miracle Mindset.

      There are some really thought-provoking ideas here. This one's particularly interesting:

      A great ritual for a growth mindset is visualisation, which involves taking five minutes every day to close your eyes and connect with the vision of success that you hold for yourself.

      The point is to visualise that dream or goal vividly and as if it has already happened and to connect with how it feels to have made that a reality.

      Instead of spending your days consumed by a self-limiting ...

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      Mentions: Home
    6. Getting Out of the Office is the Key to Breaking Free of a Creative Rut

      Getting Out of the Office is the Key to Breaking Free of a Creative Rut

      Thought we'd share this article from Thrive Global. It's called Saltwater Luxe Founders on Why You Should Get Out of the Office to Treat Creative Burnout.

      It shares some really thought-provoking ideas. Here's one that we just couldn't help but share: 

      We like to get out of the office when we get stuck. Sometimes just changing up the work location makes a big difference. We may hit up a couple of cute boutiques and then work from a small coffee shop to help from getting burnt out.

      There's more insight to be gleaned here so ...

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    7. How Cooking at Home Isn't Only Good for Social Distancing, It's Great for Prioritizing Your Mental and Physical Well-Being Too

      How Cooking at Home Isn't Only Good for Social Distancing, It's Great for Prioritizing Your Mental and Physical Well-Being Too

      One of the worst things that we had to give up during this social distancing season is eating out at our favourite restaurants. Luckily, home cooking has a lot of advantages to it too.

      Here's a couple of them:

      I have to admit that it isn’t something I want to do all the time, but I enjoy the creative process. I especially love when I can cook a meal with a variety of ingredients. It allows me to enjoy my creativity in a totally different way, helping me stay mentally sharp and boosting my creative joy.

       To learn ...

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      Mentions: Home Health Money
    8. Why Radical Honesty in The Workplace Is The Only Way to Transform an Organization Effectively

      Why Radical Honesty in The Workplace Is The Only Way to Transform an Organization Effectively

      Thought we would share this interesting article by Michael Beer. It's called Why Radical Honesty Is the Only Way to Transform an Organization.

      There are some really thought-provoking ideas being shared here. This one, in particular, was eye-opening:

      Employees below senior management collectively know a lot about why their strategy or organization is not effective. They cannot, however, convey their understanding to senior management. Sometimes, it is clearly unsafe, career-wise, to be the bearer of bad news. Other times, management lets people complain but doesn’t take the complaints seriously.

      There are a lot more of these share-worthy perspectives ...

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    9. Why It's Important to Find Out What Motivates You

      Why It's Important to Find Out What Motivates You

      Here's a fascinating piece from Life Hack. It's called What Motivates You In Life? 5 Steps to Find Out.

      There are some unmissable points shared here. One such example is this one:

      Don’t underestimate the power of knowing what motivates you in life. There is a reason that most prosecutors must provide a motive for a jury to consider a defendant’s guilt. It is because your actions need to be linked with your beliefs.

      It's full of these nuggets of wisdom so do give it a read to learn more...

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    10. How to Lead a Happier Life

      How to Lead a Happier Life

      The Collective Hub makes some interesting points in this article called How to Boost Your Confidence, Contentedness, And Happiness!

      In it, Lisa Messenger shares some insights that we just couldn't help but share. Here's one of them:

      You can’t fake happiness as a feeling, but you can practice the actions you associate with happiness despite the emotions you’re going through. What would a happy action look like to you? If you’re unhappy, try and change your mindset and routine and incorporate more activities and actions that will in turn make you happy.

      There's some ...

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    11. The Beauty of Kobe Bryant's Mamba Mentality

      The Beauty of Kobe Bryant's Mamba Mentality

      The fascinating life of Kobe Bryant is a shining of example of breaking through barriers so we just had to share this powerful piece. It's from ET Online and it talks about his famous Mamba Mentality.

      Here's a short excerpt:

      Mamba mentality is about 4 a.m. workouts, doing more than the next guy and then trusting in the work you’ve put in when it’s time to perform. Without studying, preparation and practice, you’re leaving the outcome to fate. I don’t do fate.

      Thoughts and prayers to his family and to the rest of ...

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    12. Understanding the The State of Flow

      Understanding the The State of Flow

      Thought we'd share this fascinating piece from Livemint. It's called The trick to peak performance is finding your elusive state of flow.

      There's some really interesting ideas here. This one's particularly exciting:

      Our choice of work matters. It has to be worthy of our all. It is easier to be intensely focused when you care about what you are doing, and about doing it well.

      It helps if your work is just a bit more challenging than anything you have done before. If it exceeds the capabilities you have by just a bit, you will develop ...

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    13. Megan Rapinoe is 2019's Sportsperson of the Year!

      Megan Rapinoe is 2019's Sportsperson of the Year!

      There's no longer any need to introduce Megan Rapinoe. She's one of the most mercurial forces in all of sport for 2019 and Sports Illustrated just made that formal by naming her the Sportsperson of the Year.

      In this article, we get to learn a little bit about her. Here's a quote from her about the pose she made famous in the World Cup:

      It was kind of like a ‘F--- you,’ but with a big smile and a s--- eating grin. You are not going to steal any of our joy.

      It's a fascinating read ...

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    14. The Role of Growth Mindset in Sustaining Success

      The Role of Growth Mindset in Sustaining Success

      You may be the best at what you do already but being the best doesn't mean you're going to be that way until the end of time. It's a coveted position and someone else is definitely gunning for it as you rest on your laurels.

      In some cases, success can be the resistance you've been trying to break.

      This interesting article from Entrepreneur makes some really interesting points in this direction. Here's one way that we can keep levelling up:

      The compounding action of shared thinking with successful people moves your knowledge forward faster and ...

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      Mentions: relationships
    15. How Hard Work Paid Off For This Rising Star in the Australian Business Scene

      How Hard Work Paid Off For This Rising Star in the Australian Business Scene

      Melanie Perkins' journey to building a tech unicorn wasn't an easy one. In this article from CNBC, we learn what it took for her to succeed so magnificently where many others have failed.

      Here's a short excerpt of what she had to share:

      It’s hard work. But it’s hard for absolutely everyone. Everyone’s going to have trials and tribulations and rejections.

      I’ve never met a founder that’s had it easy and had everything handed to them on a silver platter. It takes a lot of time and energy and effort. But that’s ...

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      Mentions: Design
    16. The Mindset That Sets Tom Brady Apart

      The Mindset That Sets Tom Brady Apart

      Tom Brady is a rare talent. But, according to him in this CNBC article, this isn't why he's had a winning career so far. 

      Here's what he had to share:

      We’ve been rewarded with something that the scoreboard won’t show—the satisfaction of knowing we gave everything to each other in pursuit of a common goal. That is what TEAM is all about.

      Have you been pursuing this type of success like Tom Brady? Take a look at the rest of this article to learn how...

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    17. Why We Need to Get Rid of Our Own Negative Energies As Soon As Possible

      Why We Need to Get Rid of Our Own Negative Energies As Soon As Possible

      There are some fascinating insights that we thought we could echo from this article. It's called How Negative Energy Can Affect Our Lives.

      In it, Natalie Porter shares some really interesting points. This one, for example, is a particularly thought-provoking perspective:

      A valid point to observe: positive people seem to get what they want out of life. When things don't go their way, they don't moan and groan about their misfortunes. They look at things in a positive light. There must be a positive outcome as to why it happened that way.

      There is more that this ...

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    18. Ditch Your Limiting Beliefs to the Curb

      Ditch Your Limiting Beliefs to the Curb

      Thought you could use some of the interesting points in this article from Mind Valley. It's called 3 Ways To Dissolve Your Limiting Beliefs And Accomplish More.

      Here's one piece of insight that we thought was really thought-provoking:

      Some of our beliefs are linked to wounds so deep inside that they may never completely heal and disappear. The real work then is to accept and love ourselves even with our fears and crazy limiting beliefs.

      The rest of this article's got a lot more ideas to give so do take some time to read it. Just click ...

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    19. 70 and Still Thriving

      70 and Still Thriving

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from The New York Times. It’s called Thriving at Age 70 and Beyond.

      In it, she picks out some of the most thought-provoking perspectives from Jane Giddan and Ellen Cole's book 70 Candles. Here’s one that we thought was particularly interesting:

      Whether married, single, widowed or divorced, participants reported that women friends were their greatest source of support and comfort.

      Check out the rest of Jane's article at the link below for more of her inspiring words.

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    20. Female Bosses on How Other Women Can Become Strong Leaders Too

      Female Bosses on How Other Women Can Become Strong Leaders Too

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Business News Daily. It’s titled Key Steps Women Can Take to Be Strong Leaders.

      It offers some thought-provoking perspectives. Here’s one that we thought was interesting:

      That's not to say that people should pretend inequality doesn't exist. Acknowledging the need for change is important, but more important are your actions and attitudes in the workplace. Encourage yourself and others, and don't let perceived detriments rule the day.

      To find out about other steps you could take, give the rest of this article a read...

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    21. The Difference between Innovating in a Start-up and Innovating in an Established Company

      The Difference between Innovating in a Start-up and Innovating in an Established Company

      When people think about innovation, they're most likely to think of start-up businesses than established companies. It makes sense--start-ups usually have smaller teams with less rigid structures and processes that allow them to enact change quicker. But that doesn't mean that bigger and older organizations can't innovate--they need to, but just in a different way.

      This article from Leadership Now discusses how established companies can innovate:

      The good news for established organizations, however, is that nobody is more likely to succeed than they are in their innovation efforts. Unlike startups, established organizations have tremendous resources. They have ...

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    22. How the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 Changed Minds about Equal Pay for Women in Sports

      How the FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 Changed Minds about Equal Pay for Women in Sports

      The excitement around this year's FIFA Women's World Cup has not only brought the U.S. Women's National Team to the forefront of the sport, but also to the forefront of a bigger fight: that of equal pay.

      Joanna Piacenza writes for the Morning Consult on a recent survey reflecting a change of mindset on this issue after their epic win:

      While most respondents said their minds weren’t changed (40 percent) or offered no opinion (21 percent), more than one-third of the U.S. public said they now consider the gender pay gap in professional sports ...

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