Awareness – Read. Be aware of what you are planning to attend, research the organisation. What you can do if you are being asked to go to an event, considering an event or someone who is wanting to sell to you. Continue reading 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Part 1)
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Introduction – where people overspend, waste their life and get hurt, looking out for others to guard against being brainwashed, includes signs and tips for what you can do Continue reading 12 things you should know to avoid being brainwashed (Introduction)
…what are you telling yourself all the time? What dialog goes on, passing comment about people, possibilities, things you have not done, things you need to do, words said to you moments ago or ages ago? Here is a process that is simple to follow, but can be both quite revealing and life changing. Continue reading Do we have a destiny?
“Leadership is intentional influence.” – Michael McKinney Continue reading Leadership is intentional influence
We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. ~ Aristotle Continue reading Excellence is a habit
The mind moves in the direction of our currently dominating thought. ~ Earl Nightingale Continue reading What direction are your dominating thoughts?
We are only 10% human We are an ecology, a collective; 90% of our cells are micro-biome, or various forms of bacteria. We are only 10% human. One of the most significant aspects of this is that our “health” is … Continue reading We are never alone
With art being pushed from every angle, it is a wonder that this sand art has not happened earlier, as it is low tech apart from speeding up the process by filming. An amazingly simple communication method. The story of … Continue reading Expression through sand in Ukraine
What they discovered is that when the volunteers cut back from seven-and-a-half to six-and-a-half hours’ sleep a night, genes that are associated with processes like inflammation, immune response and response to stress became more active. The team also saw increases in the activity of genes associated with diabetes and risk of cancer. The reverse happened when the volunteers added an hour of sleep. Continue reading How much can an extra hour’s sleep change you?
…carries the information from the intestines, heart, muscles and bones upward from the spinal cord. As it comes up, part of it goes to the deepest part of the brain called the brainstem, which influences our heart rate and respiration.
Also a twig of it will go over to an area called the hypothalamus, where it will govern what to do with our endocrine system, and influence your hormonal environment…. Continue reading The Brain Science Behind Gut Decisions
All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become. ~ The Buddha Continue reading What we think we become
Cognitive fitness software companies like Fit Brains and Lumosity are booming businesses. But whether brain games are the remedy for mental dullness and even disease, or mere digital snake oil, is hotly debated…. …”If you are doing brain training for 10 hours a week, that is 10 hours a week you are not doing something else, like exercising, Zach Hambrick, an associate professor of psychology who worked on the Georgia Tech study, told The New Yorker. “It also gives people false hope, especially older adults for whom this is a big concern.”… What cognitive training pretty clearly won’t provide is a silver bullet to fight off brain decay. A healthy social life certainly wouldn’t hurt, and neither would an appreciation for a good book. Even Hurley admits that “physical exercise is perhaps the best-proved method for improving cognitive function in older people.” Continue reading FastCompany.com: Do Brainpower Apps Really Make You Smarter?
“The only good luck many great men ever had was being born with the ability and determination to overcome bad luck.” ~ Channing Pollock Continue reading Overcome bad luck
Recommended Article: 5 reasons why you shouldn’t work too hard By: Brigid Schulte “Why do we work so hard?” actor Neal McDonough asks in a commercial for a luxury car. ….remember that inspiration comes in the shower, on a walk, … Continue reading 5 reasons why you shouldn’t work too hard