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How can we nurture a healthier world?

In this week's round up, we reflect on how living a purpose-driven life can impact individual and global wellbeing after a year that saw the ground shift beneath the entire world's feet.

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How to deal with a year of accumulated burnout from working at home

After a year of working from home, how can we combat the mental exhaustion of working in a pandemic?

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Only good guys win medals

How our unconscious expectations influence the behaviour of others.

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From fear to flow: how a flow state can help you get through lockdown

Research shows that flow-inducing activities can boost mental well-being in uncertain times.

A case for ambivalence: how can we escape our echo chambers?

In a world of polarised opinions and fake news, can we trust our own beliefs?

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How can we use memory to become more resilient?

We might be inclined to forget 2020 and our summer break entirely. But there is value even in memories of stressful events.

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How can constraints enhance creativity?

In narrowing available resources or abilities, limitations are momentous sources of potential for organisations.

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How can we rise above the blame game?

How can understanding the psychology of blame help us get to the root of complex issues?

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What if consciousness is not what drives the human mind?

It’s easy to assume that we are in control of our thoughts. But what if the contents of our consciousness are generated by non-conscious systems?

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The pursuit of meaning; not happiness

In order to make sense of the challenges around us, are we better off reframing our search for pleasure or happiness, to one of meaning?

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