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I recently visited a local school in the Bristol area of the UK to talk about an upcoming wellbeing project. As I walked into the head teacher’s office I noticed a poster that detailed a...

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A new study suggests there is a financial cost to being kind . See what else you may...

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Confidence is one of the most highly valued traits in our society. And rightly so – we defer...

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In the news this week, we have some varying takes on social media as well as a fascinating...

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In 1806, entrepreneur Frederic Tudor sailed to the island of Martinique with a precious cargo. He had harvested...

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