Tag: psychology

The hand-brain connection

I have long maintained the importance of writing—by hand. I fully realize that today, typing is necessary—it is nearly impossible to communicate digitally in handwriting. But I remember learning in a psychology course in college that repetitive fine motions, just as linguistic sounds, influence and create new neural pathways in children. It only stands to reason that these neural pathways persist into adulthood. Take, … Read More The hand-brain connection

The Psychology of Email

I recently came across this great article about the importance of considering how business email communications will be interpreted by the recipient. It includes some really helpful advice, which is especially useful on Monday mornings. Enjoy!