The “purpose of work” is how you adjust the way you work to make a significant contribution to a social cause during your work week. Continue reading “Bring activism into your daily interactions at work”
Do you call yourself lazy when you don’t feel like exercising? In reality, we are programmed by time to avoid unnecessary effort, says Harvard evolutionary biologist Daniel E. Lieberman, that explores this idea as he uses anthropological evidence to break this and other myths about exercise. Continue reading “The truth about exercise”
We are evolutionary wired to give greater weight to negative experiences instead of positive ones. Neuropsychologists call this the Brain’s Negativity Bias and our ancestors are to blame for such a negative nature; here’s why.
Conveying an idea is always hard work, and showing how we have changed in five years is not an easy task, but we think we found a way to show it. Continue reading “Our new logo”