In this edition of "The Best of Ourselves" with Marcia Hyatt - we are not wired to savor the positive moments in our life, yet if we do, we can cul
The choices we make compose our life. And often we do not see them as choices.
We can learn how to increase our positive self talk and curtail the inner critic. Using lessons from neuroscience and the work of Carol Dweck, we can change our inner dialogue.
Synchronicity, a term created by the late pyschologist, Carl Jung, is a form of meaningful coincidence. Marcia describes how she started to pay attention to John O'Donohue after his name and
Will power is a limited commodity so we need to learn how to use it wisely and cultivate more of it.
To be the best of ourselves we must learn to embrace the worst of ourselves with compassion. Self-compassion can be learned and it makes growing and learning a lot easier.
A chapter in the book Buddha's Brain is entitled "Two Wolves". Based on the Native American tale about the wolf of hate and the wolf o
Our brains focus on the negative and forget the positive according to neuroscience research cited in the book, Buddha Brain.
Research in business, pyschology and neuroscience all point to the power of a meditation practice. What is it and why is it so hard to do?
January 28, 2012 - How do we keep our focus on that which we are trying to create? Telling a story from her recent book, What Have I Mythed?, Marcia explores what it takes to keep our foc