Our vision and mission cannot be separated from constant learning and improvement. In order to be able to provide the best service to everyone we work with, we need to update our knowledge and learn new things every day. We use various sources for that, and here we share some of them, as we believe you will also find them useful. Please keep in mind that the foundation is not affiliated with these websites and their owners in any way.

How to make work-life balance work

Although our employers may care for our life-work balance, we can proactively work on it too. In this talk, Nigel Marsh explains what the ideally balanced day would look and feel like, and how to achieve it. It turns out that even extremely busy professionals can carve out time for themselves and their personal lives if they put their minds to it.

Wundt’s Theory of Behavior and Volition

Wundt’s theoretical contributions to psychology have been considered almost entirely in terms of problems of sensation and perception so far. This was more a function of the historians’ biases, rather than of Wundt’s stance. Boring (1942) did additional work in the area of sensation and perception based on that. Historical studies projected an image of psychology as an experimental discipline. The more recent historical development of this discipline showed cumulative linear progress.

How to Motivate Yourself to Change Your Behavior

Cognitive neuroscientist Tali Sharot, author of the book The Influential Mind: What the Brain Reveals About Our Power to Change Others, shares some recent research on what makes people change their behaviour. We all may need to change behaviours we don’t like or influence others to change theirs. The science behind doing it the right way can help us make sure that we can strive for lasting change.