Most Popular Books about Secret to Success

To be successful is not as easy as it may sound. Although many people dream of it, only a few manage to become very...

A Link Between Mind Wandering, Giving Up

People whose minds tend to wander are less likely to stick to their long-term goals, according to new research led by the University of...

How to Succeed as a Freelancer

It is easy to start, but to succeed as a freelancer takes time and strategy. If the corporate 9-to-5 just doesn’t work for you or...

Three Books for Happier Life

You don't have to be in the middle of a midlife crisis to reassess your core values and daily attitude. In fact, the earlier...

Five Good Books on Starting Business

If you have reached this page, you most probably have made up your mind about starting a business on your own. But that was...

How to work from home and look good doing it

In the last decade, the mobile workforce has increased by more than 100 percent—not that surprising when we consider the abundant improvement in technology...

How to Deal with Social Media Burnout

A new disease or rather a syndrome, recently has emerged and it is called social media burnout. One of the symptoms is bright light...

‘Positive Computing’ – Snapping Selfies Makes People Happier

Regularly snapping selfies with your smartphone and sharing photos with your friends can help make you a happier person, according to computer scientists at...

Understanding Money Reduces Worry about Old Age

People who possess a greater understanding of finance are less likely to fret about life in their twilight years. It seems financial literacy -- the...

Five Helpful Law of Attraction Books

Thoughtfully written law of attraction books aim at helping us understand how the ideology works and how it can serve us better. It works! These...

Recession Effects on Families; Tips for Survival

Surviving recession is a true hardship for ordinary people. This group in most countries is quite large and often consists of 80% or 90%...

The root of depression linked to not receiving rewards

Understanding of the physical root of depression has been advanced, thanks to new research. Researchers have identified the lateral orbitofrontal cortex as the area...