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Shawn Achor: The Happy Secret To Better Work

@nycework tweet digest: 03/10-15/2013

Here are seven mind-expanding tweets posted by @nycework between March 10 and March 15, 2013, and include:

Steve Jobs 'Inspiration' poster

Steve Jobs Inspiration poster
(Photo credit: MarkGregory007)

  • A Spanish proverb underscoring why truthfulness is a good habit to cultivate;
  • an article that shares 7 ways to sharpen marketing and presentation skills so you can sell your ideas ‘The Steve Jobs Way’;
  • an article explaining how choosing shoes, eating marshmallows, and interacting with dogs can reveal the state of your mental health;
  • an article revealing how surprisingly simple habits like exercise can improve the health of your brain and memory;
  • an infographic explaining what your product and brand colors communicate about your business;
  • an article showing 5 quick ways to get more traffic to your site with a single post (or article);
  • and a link to @nycework’s previous tweet digest with a post about 8 essential life skills they didn’t teach you in school and why it’s important to master these skills…and more.

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How Shoes, Marshmallows and Dogs Reveal Your Mental Health

“What do shoes, marshmallows and dogs have to do with basic mental health?” Well, you’ll have to read Shoes, Marshmallows and Dogs: Mental Health 101 to find the answers. The two-part article written by Noam Shpancer, Ph.D., sheds light on how the interplay between thoughts, emotions and behavior determines the saneness of our decisions.


Marshmallow consumption reveals much about a person’s mental maturity. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The article published by Psychology Today is highly recommended for anyone interested in making healthier life choices.

Please share your thoughts after reading the article.

Shoes, Marshmallows and Dogs: Mental Health 101 – Part 1

Shoes, Marshmallows and Dogs: Mental Health 101 – Part 2