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The 5 Myths about Soul Mates

  In red: bullshits.    1. The relationship should be natural, easy and uncomplicated: The truth is that all relationships take time, effort, commitment and energy. You need to make time for each other, to do fun things together, to work on communication, and to learn to negotiate and compromise. 2. The relationship should be conflict free: Because we are each individual and unique we all disagree with others at times, so conflict is natural, and not to be feared. In fact, conflict can force us to confront our differences, and to grow as individuals, and as couples too. 3. […]

Cambridge, we have a problem (inherently)

In March 2017, Michal Kosinski, a psychologist and director of the Psychometrics Centre at Cambridge (currently professor at Stanford), presented the results of some of his studies at CeBIT’s Keynote: Psychometrics applied in the context of the Social Media. More precisely, one of the Psychometrics most applied methods: the Big Five (five personality traits: openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, amicity and emotional stability – neuroticism in the original term), through which create large profiling clusters. If it reminds my research ambit, the digital clusters you’re right: but they are two different things (even if contiguous). Psychometry is used since Nineties to determine […]

A better definition of Masculine and Feminine

Mimi Ikonn (photo), co-founder of Intelligent Change, and author of the new book The Bingo Theory, talks about a better definition of masculine and feminine. At the end or her piece, Mimi has a quiz to determine your dominant energy and how you can bring it into balance or what she calls a Bingo (based on the newsletter of Five Minute Journal). Here it’s an interviews published on Intelligent Change blog, by Alex Ikonn, June 2016. * * * Do you find it hard to sit still and relax? Do you feel lazy and guilty if you aren’t constantly working […]