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How to Throw an Awesome Party


I am terrified of nightclubs. I hate loud bars. And I get lost at concerts. This makes Friday and Saturday nights as a non-80 something difficult. As soon as it was socially age appropriate, I began to shift people from raves and bar crawls into game nights and dinner parties. My first dinner party was […]

Be a Certified Body Language Trainer


We want to help you change lives. As a Body Language Trainer you can have a career that fulfills you, makes a positive impact on the world around you and brings you financial freedom. Here’s how: For the past 8 years, Vanessa and the Science of People team have designed, developed, built and produced a body […]

The Science of Happiness


Are you happy? According to the Harris Happiness Index, only 1 in 3 Americans are truly happy. I was shocked by this finding because everyone wants to be happy. The problem is, people don’t prioritize their happiness. They’re so focused on their jobs and problems that they forget to be happy. Luckily, becoming happier is […]

The Kindness Contagion


When you see someone doing a good deed for a stranger, do you get all warm and fuzzy inside and find yourself smiling? This is called moral elevation and it’s that awesome sensation that goes all the way from your toes to the top of your head when you are in the presence of nice […]

How to Survive Holiday Parties


Whether it’s at the office, with extended family or with friends, holiday parties can either be really fun or super stressful. Here at the Science of People, we want to help you enjoy yourself during this busy season and that includes finding ways to make the most out of parties you may or may not […]

Book Club Book: Built to Last


Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies By: Jim Collins Book Description: Drawing upon a six-year research project at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business, James C. Collins and Jerry I. Porras took eighteen truly exceptional and long-lasting companies and studied each in direct comparison to one of its top competitors. They examined […]

It’s National Letter Writing Day!


Dear Friend, I just wanted to tell you that I am so grateful for you reading our blog posts. You make my heart sing with happiness, you make my skin flow with gratitude, you make me feel all mushy-gushy. Love, Vanessa and the Science of People Team Do you know why I wrote you this […]

The Science of Anger


If I asked you what makes you angry, you’d probably list specific irritating things like: Offensive comments People refusing to follow directions Dumb drivers Etc. The list of what makes people angry goes on and on, but have you ever wondered what actually makes us angry? Psychologists have discovered that there are three causes of […]

Why You Don’t Have a Friend Group Like Friends


I grew up watching Friends. I fell in love with Chandler Bing and cheered for Ross and Rachel. I cried when Phoebe lost her cat. I couldn’t wait for the day I could have my own Central Perk where my close-knit group of friends would lounge on an over-stuffed orange couch for hours just chatting and […]

Do you have a secret?


Do you ever meet someone and wonder what their secret is? I think about this all the time. Why? I think below the surface we have a lot going on. We are constantly deciding: What do we share? What do we keep hidden? What do we do? What do we hide? What do we say? […]

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