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Link Between Happiness and Health, 3 Monthly Tasks You Should Do To maintain Your Career Health, 5 Ways to Stop Dwelling on Negative Thoughts, Four Keys to Building Strong Work Relationships

It is important for you to do what you say. When you commit to something others listen and then watch. They want to know if you can be trusted to deliver on your commitment or if you will just blow it off. Read More…

The Secret to a Good Night’s Sleep? PurposeSleep photo

The Secret to a Good Night’s Sleep? Purpose, The Myth of Motivation, Why Do People Skitter on the Margins of Their Own Lives?, How Can We Build and Nurture Our Circle of Support?

What is the motivation trap? The motivation trap, as stated by Dr. Russ Harris states that we wait to feel motivated before we take any action. Now you might be asking, what’s the problem with that? The problem is that if you’re always waiting for motivation to hit, you may be waiting your whole life. While you’re waiting on motivation, motivation is waiting on you. Because committed action comes first and motivation comes second. Let me give you a basic example. Have you ever felt like just staying at home and watching TV and not motivated at all to go to the gym? Read More…

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Things Your Commute Does to Your Body, 3 Ways You’re Killing Your Career Without Even Realizing It, 7 Ways Pets Improve Your Health, 7 Types of Work Relationships

Driving more than 10 miles each way, to and from work, is associated with higher blood sugar, according to a report written by researchers from the University School of Medicine in Saint Louis and the Cooper Institute in Dallas and published in The American Journal of Preventive Medicine. High blood glucose levels can lead to pre-diabetes and diabetes. Read More…

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Sitting at work is bad, but is standing actually better?, Job satisfaction: How to make work more rewarding, 11 Ways to Make Your Mind Calm and Peaceful, Play Well With Others: 7 Ways to Develop Effective Work Relationships

You can submarine your career and work relationships by the actions you take and the behaviors you exhibit at work. No matter your education, your experience, or your title, if you can’t play well with others, you will never accomplish your work mission.Read More…

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Stopped Bringing My Phone To Bed With Me, 15 Minutes to Workplace Sanity, How to Relax, 10 Ways To Keep Your Relationship Exciting And Fresh

When I first took this assignment, I felt a little guilty. “I shouldn’t even take their money,” I told my husband. “I’ve already banned all devices from the bedroom, just like Gweyneth Paltrow and other spriritually evolved lifestyle gurus.”Read More…

7 Natural Ways to Boost Your Brain Power + Sharpen Your Mindbrain photo

Boost Your Brain Power + Sharpen Your Mind, 4 Benefits of Showing Up Early to Work Everyday, Silence Your Inner Critic and Achieve Your Goals, 7 Conversation Tips for People Who Hate Small Talk

Studies shows that chronic stress can damage the brain. So you can help protect and strengthen your brain by engaging in activities or lifestyle habits that decrease the firing of your stress response. One of the best ways to do this is through developing a meditation practice, even if it’s just 10 to 20 minutes a day. Read More…

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April 2017 * Music and the Brain, Are you a Good Friend to your Grown-up Kid?, 10 ways to build Inner Strength, 10 Tips to Revitalize your Job Hunt

Since part of survival is accepting that you cannot change outside circumstances or people, it is imperative to accept and feel empowered by the realization that you can transform yourself. It’s a super power. Yes, you can, and here are some pointers to help you get there. Read More…

 

Forgiveness: Your Health Depends on Itforgive photo

February 2017 * Can you learn to be more forgiving?, Grow a Key Inner Strength, Fall back in Love with your Job

“There is an enormous physical burden to being hurt and disappointed,” says Karen Swartz, M.D., director of the Mood Disorders Adult Consultation Clinic at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Chronic anger puts you into a fight-or-flight mode, which results in numerous changes in heart rate, blood pressure and immune response. Read more..

Making Your New Year’s Resolution Stickinspire

January 15, 2017 * 15 Tips to Boost Your Well-Being and Happiness, Are You in a Codependent Relationship?, How to Become More Resilient

Unhealthy behaviours develop over the course of time. Thus, replacing unhealthy behaviours with healthy ones requires time. Don’t get overwhelmed and think that you have to reassess everything in your life. Instead, work toward changing one thing at a time.  Read more…

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November 15, 2016 * The Secret of Workplace Motivation, 7 Benefits of regular physical activity, Healthy Relationships Lead to Better Lives, Yes, You can: 10 Ways to Build Inner Strength

It is inspiring to know that you really can do something to make yourself stronger. Since part of survival is accepting that you cannot change outside circumstances or people, it is imperative to accept and feel empowered by the realization that you can transform yourself. It’s a super power. Yes, you can, and here are some pointers to help you get there. Read more…

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Resilience Tips to Refresh our Attitudes, Healthy Relationships Lead to Better Lives, Is it time to Move on from your Current Job?

Pay attention during the day to one or more things that trigger feelings of appreciation. Anything and everything can be included, like appreciating yourself for making the effort to bring healthy snacks to work, or noticing when a co-worker does something to help you out. Maybe a total stranger let you cut into the checkout line. Focusing on the many good things in life helps build inner resilience. Read More…

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Phobias: Causes, Symptoms and Diagnosis, The key to Happy Relationships? It’s not all about communication, Career Information for non-degree programs

For today’s couples interested in improving their relationships, say the study’s authors, therapists might consider going back to the basics and incorporating more practical social skills into their discussions. And that may include referring those who lack these skills to money managers or career coaches. Read More…

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Well-Being Concepts, How Will a Baby Affect Your Relationship?, 9 New Skills That Boost Pay the Most

Some personality factors that are strongly associated with well-being include optimism, extroversion, and self-esteem. Read More…

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Why your attitude is everything, The Essentials of A Healthy Employer-Employee Relationship, How to Move up the Corporate Ladder – The No Scheming Way Up

Studies of the psychology of peak performance have found that most great athletes, surgeons, engineers and artists use affirmations and visualizations either consciously or subconsciously to enhance and focus their skills. Read More..

 

Social Media: How Does it Affect our Mental Health and Well-Being?kindness

The only resolution you need: Be Nice to Yourself, Goal Setting in Relationships, My Super easy Trick to Returning from a Vacation Without Feeling Stressed

Setting goals with your partner can be a double-edged sword. On one end, when you achieve them you feel joy and exhilaration for having realized a dream or aspiration. On the other hand, when you fail to meet them, you may face disappointment as you are forced to re-evaluate your ambitions. Read More..

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The benefit of laughter, 10 habits of Couples in Strong and Healthy Relationships, 3 Signs You’re on the Verge of Hating Your Job

Much of our attitude about life and our capacity to meet life’s challenges depends on the quality of the relationships we have; especially our most intimate relationships because when they go sour, life tends to feel bleak. Read More…

Going Barefoot: Strong ‘Foot Core’ Could Prevent Common Injuries barefoot

Going Barefoot: Strong ‘Foot Care’ Could Prevent Common Injuries, If only you knew these 10 secrets to falling in love, 5 Tips For Avoiding Conflict In Your Relationship, Career Information for Non-Degree Programs

You weren’t misled when you were taught that first impressions matter. People tend to anchor onto their initial impression of a situation, and have a hard time forming a new one, even in the light of disconfirming information. Read More…

PHYSICAL HEALTH: ‘Healthy’ Foods Differ By Individualchoice

‘Healthy’ Foods Differ By Individual, How to Control your Emotions Effectively, Are you an Engaged Parent?, Role Mapping for Team Clarity

If we understand a little more about how our emotions work, we are in a much better position to use this information to our advantage. Learning to control your emotions can be one of the best skills you will ever develop in your life. Your emotions lead to the actions you take and therefore create the life you are experiencing now, every part of it. Read more..

 

 

 

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