Expatriation : où partent les Français ?

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Le nombre d’expatriés pour des raisons fiscales pourrait se multiplier en 2013 pour atteindre 5. (Site Impôts : Londres 50% plus cher que Paris .

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The Biology of Kindness: How It Makes Us Happier and Healthier | TIME.com

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There’s a reason why being kind to others is good for you — and it can now be traced to a specific nerve.

 

When it comes to staying healthy, both physically and mentally, studies consistently show that strong relationships are at least as important as avoiding smoking and obesity. But how does social support translate into physical benefits such as lower blood pressure, healthier weights and other physiological measures of sound health? A new study published in Psychological Science suggests that the link may follow the twisting path of the vagus nerve, which connects social contact to the positive emotions that can flow from interactions.

 

By Maia Szalavitz

Belinda MJ.B‘s insight:

A new study published in Psychological Science suggests that the link may follow the twisting path of the vagus nerve, which connects social contact to the positive emotions that can flow from interactions.

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Making Mistakes : NPR

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We try so hard to be perfect, to never make mistakes and to avoid failure at all costs. But mistakes happen — and when they do — how do we deal with being wrong?

Belinda MJ.B‘s insight:

" When we start losing our tolerance for vulnerability, uncertainty, for risk — we move away from the things we need and crave the most like joy and love and belonging, trust, empathy, creativity." — Brené Brown

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Free Yourself from Conventional Thinking

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Groundbreaking ideas are no longer a luxury when success is contingent upon an organization’s ability to adapt, innovative, and improve. We need look no further than Kodak, Sears, or Sony for validation that status-quo thinking is the fast-track to failure. How, then, can organizations break free of conventional thinking to spark creativity?

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