From polar bears to mountain gorillas, penguins to sea otters, certain animals capture our imagination. These are the animals that are mascots for conservation campaigns. But why these creatures instead of other equally endangered animals? The answer lies in their cuteness or charisma!
Illustrated with images by one of the world’s leading wildlife photographers, The Science of Hope informs as it educates, describing the psychology and science behind our desire to connect with these animals.
The world continues to change and we're learning to adapt as we go. It's not limited to one gender, one age-bracket, one country. Even those who might be considered 'set in their ways' are needing to adapt. Today, it's not so uncommon for parents to go back to work as soon as possible - leaving [...]
Improve your sleep, improve your health. How many conversations have you had with your friends about sleep issues? It's a well-worn topic for a reason - with everyday life stresses and modern technology a constant source of distraction, it's no wonder sleep is an area many of us can improve on. In her new book, Sleep [...]
Rupert French has been actively involved in helping job seekers for almost 40 years. In that time he has developed and delivered highly successful job-search training and coaching programs. He has also presented on effective job search methodology at numerous career conferences, both national and international. The below article was written by Rupert to address [...]
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