Imagine going into a meeting expecting the worst. What sort of vibe will you present? How will that influence the response of the other participants? Control your self-talk with the WBL approach.
The Gambler’s Fallacy (Clustering Illusion)
The clustering illusion, sometimes referred to as the gambler’s fallacy, occurs when a cluster of random results is falsely imbued with meaning. It’s a common mistake. Though it is understandable, it can have dire consequences.
A New Take on Work-Related Anxiety
By Jim Davis An email that should take 10 minutes takes half a day when the writer spends too much time concerned about how it might be perceived. The creator of a slide deck spends 45 minutes tinkering with fonts instead of inserting the months’ KPI results and sending it along. Work-related anxiety can extend … Continue reading A New Take on Work-Related Anxiety
MINDFUL MOVEMENT: A scaffold for student mindfulness training
Jim Davis, Ed.M., MA, RSCC*D Attention is a skill. As technology improves and phones tug at the nervous systems of our students, it is a skill we should deliberately cultivate. Research has shown that “off-task” use of technology has become normalized in the classroom. Students are distracted more than ever before. Teaching the skill of … Continue reading MINDFUL MOVEMENT: A scaffold for student mindfulness training