THE LEADERS OF THE FUTURE
Egos and leadership, according to Paul Hughes.
Is the leader of the future someone more feminine? How can we move from the oppressive leaders of the past to a liberal and open one? Discover the paradigms of leadership and decision making with...
THE NEW SCIENCE IS BASED ON COOPERATION
Gregg Braden discusses on nature’s most important lesson and legacy, and how Science has changed its paradigm to avoid the collapse of global civilization.
To give. To contribute. To share. This doesn’t sound like Darwin, because it’s the New Science talking. We know the things that work and don’t, and competition is not the solution for our...
CREATING VALUES AND CONSCIENCE
What’s missing in formal education, in Katherine Chon’s opinion.
Education starts at a very early stage and it’s a process that never stops. How can we educate ourselves? Listen to Katherine’s views on education, about staying true to inner values and...
WHERE DO I BELONG? WHERE IS MY HOME?
Part Iranian, part European and part American, Amanda Enayati had already felt this sense of alienation, of not knowing where she was from…. until the day she realized she was from everywhere.
Watching a TV program, Amanda Enayati had a powerful aha moment: “They are me; they’re people; I’m people… The definition of me expanded”. And this changed all. Hear her story. Amanda...
POLITICS ON THE BRAIN AND THE POLITICAL BRAIN
Deconstructing Politics with the help of the human brain and Darren Schreiber.
Can our brain be defeated/counteracted by the force of a different perspective? What does that have to do with Politics? Find out why the human brain is built for Politics and how it can be applied...
Much more than an emotional state, in James Pawelski’s opinion.
It can also be a physical one. Yes, practice it to relax. Follow James’ example. James Pawelski is the Director of Education and a Senior Scholar at the Positive Psychology Center, and Adjunct...
THE PERKS OF BEING A HAPPY COUNTRY
Hans Henrik Knoop gives some advice to our leaders.
Economic growth can’t make us happy on its own, but it does help a bit. On the other hand, happy people are more productive and help the economy to grow. The explanation is simpler that it...
BUILDING A HAPPY COUNTRY
Hans Henrik Knoop shows the key to a country’s smile.
Denmark is said to be one of the happiest nations of the world. Why is that? The President of European Network for Positive Psychology unlocks the question. Hans Henrik Knoop is an Associate...
SOUND COMPETITION: WHEN CHALLENGE MEETS PLAYFULNESS
According to Hans Henrik Knoop, competition is necessary and positive.
Even if you prefer not to compete, you can’t stop doing it either. Why? Check out this video. Hans Henrik Knoop is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the Danish School of...
POLITICAL IDENTITY AND BRAIN FUNCTIONING
Darren Schreiber explains how one influences the other.
Do democrats and republicans face risk the same way? If they don’t, why is that? Because of genetics or because of their ideologies? Find out the biggest realization in Darren’s work and why it...
A POLITICAL ANIMAL SEEKING ALLIANCES
Man has innate political skills, according to Darren Schreiber.
Politics is a very complex science. However, it is also naturally part of us and the animal world since the beginning of time. Actually, man can be as gregarious as bees. Find out why, on the video...