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Book Summary: Frames of Mind by Howard Gardner

Frames of Mind (1983) is a landmark text that first proposed the psychological theory of multiple intelligences. Upending the long-held conception that intelligence is just one general, monolithic trait, it argues instead that there are several intelligences that everyone possesses in different quantities. By studying them, educators and policymakers can reshape the educational system to …

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Book Summary: Toward a Psychology of Being by Abraham H. Maslow

Toward a Psychology of Being (1962) expands on famed psychologist Abraham Maslow’s pivotal theories of motivation and self-actualization, which were first introduced in Maslow’s 1954 book, Motivation and Personality. It presents a series of hypotheses about the human condition, dealing with important questions about people’s innate desires, the nature of well-being, and the process of …

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Book Summary: Every Conversation Counts, The 5 Habits of Human Connection That Build Extraordinary Relationships by Riaz Meghji

The world is grappling with two major crises: the coronavirus pandemic and an epidemic of loneliness. Broadcaster and television host Riaz Meghji notes that even though digital forms of communication now inundate people’s lives, many individuals feel increasingly isolated – and it’s harming their mental and physical health. Meghji shares practical communication strategies to help …

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