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How many times have you found yourself being puzzled about not being able to follow up on your goals although you were so convinced when you set them? Examples?
A recent article in Psychological Science (March, 2009) by Dr. Joan Wood and her colleagues from University of Waterloo has stirred up quite a bit of discussion about the value of self-affirmations. People started questioning if we’ve been all wrong … Continue reading