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Based on four of the most popular courses taught at the Wharton School. Through exercises, self-diagnostic surveys, quizzes, and many case studies, you’ll discover how to define not only what you want, but also the best way to get it. You’ll learn how to find your passion and core values, how to apply these values to your own life, how to communicate effectively, and more.
In this class, you’ll learn how to examine the “life story” that has brought you to where you are today. Shift your thinking and instead of being part of the society factory, learn how to focus on life as a journey to be experienced fully, rather than a means to an end.
This course is designed to help you be more confident about your role as an entrepreneur, or finally lose those 15 pounds you have always want to shed, or start realizing you deserve real love from a partner. Learn to break habit loops, act with courage, and stop doubting yourself.
This course is an active journey of self-reflection. You’ll learn to distinguish between leaders and managers, paint a picture of where you want your leadership journey to go, and motivate people to join you in your cause. Perhaps most importantly, you’ll learn that you can lead even when you don’t have formal authority.
A world famous Buddhist monk will teach you how to find happiness and access the “Kingdom of God” in the here and now. You’ll practice mindfulness techniques, including meditation and simple breathing methods, so you can concentrate fully and connect with all the life that surrounds you.
This course will teach you how to hack your learning, reading, and memory skills, empowering you to learn faster and more effectively. This course goes beyond “speed-reading”, diving into the actual cognitive and neurological factors that make learning easier and more successful.
In this course you will learn why critical thinking is important. The difference between logic and argumentation. What makes an argument good or bad. The importance of background knowledge for critical thinking. Techniques of argument analysis and reconstruction, and more.
This course is based on a literature review of 246 happiness studies, an audit of happiness data from over 12,000 people, and 4 years of research. 40% of our happiness is influenced by behavior and mindset. This course focuses on the 40% that you can address, so you can get back on track with your life and your goals.
Kelly Starrett offers a healthy “how-to” blueprint for moving about in our hectic everyday lives. How do you fix your position while sitting at your desk for hours on end? How can you lift your kids without hurting your back? What’s the best way to run to avoid long-term injury? Kelly gives you tools to perfect your movement and ensure long-lasting health.
This course is designed to teach the principles which make up self-esteem and confidence, so that you can begin improving your outlook on life while reaching a higher level of self satisfaction. Students will have access to over thirty-five videos that seek out your inner confidence.
Discover how this approach can help with stress, self confidence, motivation, change, and communication. It combines the fields of neurosciences, social psychology, behavioral sciences and more for a comprehensive theory which gives unique insights into our complex human nature.
If you’ve been searching for your true purpose in life, Eckhart Tolle has some straightforward advice: stop struggling. For the primary purpose of every human being is simply to be: fully engaged in this moment, and aligned with the natural flow of reality itself.
If you’ve been struggling with reacting in less than ideal ways to various situations, whether you lash out, write nasty letters, or shut down, this course by a renowned Tibetan Buddhist teacher and writer will teach you how to change those patterns and react in a more grounded, calm way.
Understand the concept of Neuroplasticity and how to use it. Practice a full range of exercises in order to stimulate new neuronal connections. Create new habits and change existing ones. Overcome procrastination. And alter memories in order to neutralize their emotional charge.
Emotional intelligence, hope, mindfulness, and compassion help a person reverse the damage of chronic stress and build great leadership relationships. The Positive and Negative Emotional Attractors inspire sustained, desired change and learning at many levels.