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The years teach much that the days never know.

—Ralph Waldo Emerson

The Neuroscience of Performance Resilience

David Krueger, M.D. More than education, more than experience, more than training, a person’s level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails. That is true in the cancer ward, it is true in the Olympics, and it is true in the Boardroom. Dean M. Becker...

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Mindful Spending and Money Psychology

David Krueger, MD You’re in a department store at the end of the month and see a sale of a pair of shoes you've been eyeing, yet you know that you need to pay essential bills in two days.  Without thinking about why you need the shoes or how you're going to pay them...

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If Information Was Enough…

By David Krueger, M.D. …we would all exercise every day, eat mostly vegetables, be thin, and have a lot of money saved up for the future.  And a lot of librarians would be billionaires.  So why does proven evidence not change our beliefs and behaviors?  Facts as well...

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The Allure of Chaos

Those born to the storm find the calm very boring. Dorothy Parker What is the most common addiction we have as humans?  The magnetic pull we predictably will return to, no matter how good our lives are? We rationally desire peace and stability, yet paradoxically have...

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