For Mt. Lebanon students, academic study involves both facts and feelings, for as researchers from the national Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (www.CASEL.org) have learned, the social and emotional aspects of life are inextricably linked to how learning happens.
In a world obsessed with productivity and getting things done, procrastination has become a dirty word. “Don’t put it off,” we’re told. “Do it now!” But there are some things you should always delay—and there’s a good reason for it.…
When you have the opportunity to ask some of the most interesting people in the world about their lives, sometimes the most fascinating answers come from the simplest questions. The Thrive Questionnaire is an ongoing series that gives an intimate look inside the lives of some of the world’s most successful people.
Emotion has gotten a bad rap in the investing world—and with good reason. Thanks to behavioral economics, we know that investors can, and often do, make emotion-driven decisions that are contrary to their best interest. Despite the investment world’s propensity to avoid it, however, there is a role for emotion in the advisor-client relationship.
Today, IQ and emotional intelligence aren’t enough. One’s judgment quotient, or JQ, measures the quality of an individual’s judgment and choice-making skills. Without a strong JQ, a junior professional’s success becomes questionable.
PROCRASTINATION: How do you take your life back? How do you not get sucked into this trap that might hold you hostage?
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
The MATT TOWNSEND Afternoon Show
KRISHNA PENDYALA is the author of the critically-acclaimed book BEYOND THE PIG AND THE APE: Realizing Success and true Happiness. He is also a sought-after life coach whose vision is to use playful mindfulness to empower people to make better choices in life.