Life Beyond the Coffee Enema: Thoughts on Emergence

Life Beyond the Coffee Enema: Thoughts on Emergence

Yes, of course it hurts. You’ve heard about coffee enemas right? An expensive cold brew you don’t get to drink. It goes in a different hole. Drinking coffee activates your bowels and improves peristalsis. Why would you…?!?! Never mind, I’ll never understand how this became a trend. Spring’s got me thinking about bowel movements, pressure, […] Read more…
How Yoga Can Help You to Improve Your Score If You’re the College Student

How Yoga Can Help You to Improve Your Score If You’re the College Student

You wouldn’t think to connect the two. After all, one is more about physical movement while the other is largely about what goes on in the mind. If you did that, however, you’d be wrong. You see, the human body and mind are interlinked and therefore what is good for one is good for the […] Read more…
Yogi Cameron & The Yogi Code: Seven Universal Laws of Infinite Success

Yogi Cameron & The Yogi Code: Seven Universal Laws of Infinite Success

Yogi Cameron, one of the most celebrated Ayurvedic and Yogic practitioners in the world, introduces his latest book The Yogi Code: Seven Universal Laws of Infinite Success. …read more Source: Mind Movies Blog   Read more…
4 Simple, Yet Extremely Effective Steps For Banishing Overwhelm & Staying Motivated With Your Goals

4 Simple, Yet Extremely Effective Steps For Banishing Overwhelm & Staying Motivated With Your Goals

How often have you experienced overwhelm? It’s a common occurrence in most people trying to achieve their goals. They start out big, full of energy, multitasking everything at the same… and then are surprised when they become completely exhausted, with a bunch of unfinished items on their to-do list. Today I’m going to share four […] Read more…
Think nobody is watching? Pay attention!

Think nobody is watching? Pay attention!

In a manner of speaking we are all on stage. We are all performers in front of different audiences. It could be among co-workers, family members, neighbors, a church community or exercise group. We are constantly being observed. People form impressions from the voice tone we use, what we say, how we make eye contact, […] Read more…
Build Your Business by Linking It with a Cause

Build Your Business by Linking It with a Cause

Are you a for-profit business owner who would like to grow your business through giving to others? Research reveals surprising statistics about how you can do it. Read this if you’re planning to start giving to others after you start making more money… The post Build Your Business by Linking It with a Cause appeared […] Read more…
Is This You? Struggling With A Scary Challenge? Get Expert Help … From An Ant

Is This You? Struggling With A Scary Challenge? Get Expert Help … From An Ant

Are you struggling with a scary challenge? Feeling overwhelmed at even the thought of facing it? Wishing you had a magic wand? Look no further: I have expert help close at hand. I’d never met an elephant before … Not face to face. I was overawed. He had eyelashes to die for! The longest ever! […] Read more…
7 Things You Should Never Share At Work

7 Things You Should Never Share At Work

Sharing personal information at the workplace is tricky, complicated and confusing. On one hand, we want to develop close relationships with our coworkers and bosses and being open to sharing ourselves with them seems like a great way of lessening the distance between them and us. If we share too little, we can be perceived […] Read more…
Love Yourself More Deeply By Asking These 10 Questions

Love Yourself More Deeply By Asking These 10 Questions

Love yourself more by aligning your life with choices, thoughts and emotions that fill you with love rather than guilt or self-loathing. …read more Source: Mind Movies Blog   Read more…
6 Steps To Teaching Your Child Financial Literacy

6 Steps To Teaching Your Child Financial Literacy

Here’s some advice I give all parents: Never pay your kids an allowance. If you pay your kids a set amount every week, you are grooming them to have a fixed-income mentality. I don’t want you, or anyone in your family, living with a paycheck… …read more Source: Loral Langemeier   Read more…
3 Happiness-Boosting Behaviors

3 Happiness-Boosting Behaviors

Emily Holland Exerting effort can get you far in many areas of life. Want to run a marathon? Train hard. Earn better grades? Study hard. Land a new promotion? Work hard. To achieve goals, hard work and determination are often required. But what if the goal is to be happier? How much effort is required […] Read more…
10 Habits Of Highly Confident People

10 Habits Of Highly Confident People

Have you ever wondered how some people seem to glide through life and enjoy success in pretty much everything they do? If the answer is yes, then you’ve also wondered why you are not doing more of the same, even though you put in as much hard work as them, and have the same skill […] Read more…
Let’s Be Positive

Let’s Be Positive

Recently I’ve noticed that people seem to be fascinated by the negative. Reality TV shows are more successful when they pit people against each other, the news and government are […] The post Let’s Be Positive appeared first on Proctor Gallagher Institute. …read more Source: Bob Proctor   Read more…
10 Meditation Tips for Ambitious People

10 Meditation Tips for Ambitious People

Melissa Carver Ambition is a marvelous trait to have! Ambitious people can liven up a room with their determination and excitement. They are usually the ones who encourage others to stay on task and see the end goal as a certainty. Here’s the thing that go-getters often neglect though: their personal down time and self-care […] Read more…
A 20-Minute Yoga Sequence to Do When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed

A 20-Minute Yoga Sequence to Do When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed

Lena Schmidt You know those days when everything feels difficult. Days when your sluggishness can’t be remedied with yerba matè, when the ad for baby diapers makes you well up, when the thought of checking off even the tiniest item on your miles-long to-do list makes your skin crawl and your head ache and your […] Read more…
What a year and a half of Meditation taught me

What a year and a half of Meditation taught me

It was literally just a google search. I remember sitting at the edge of my bed, frustrated and exhausted from the endless chatter in my head. So, I googled “How to not get overwhelmed by thoughts” (typing that sentence on google was tiring in itself), and, the app Headspace showed up as a search result. […] Read more…
Be careful when offering criticism

Be careful when offering criticism

When you offer criticism, be aware of whom you are criticizing and how they might receive it. Case in point:  A number of years ago, my son David was entering his senior year at Stanford University.  He thought it might be fun to spend his last college summer freewheeling in San Francisco, working five or […] Read more…
Time to Cash in on Rising Savings Rates

Time to Cash in on Rising Savings Rates

You know I believe there is no substitute for keeping an emergency fund in a federally insured bank or credit union account. That is the best—the only way—to ensure your “what if” money is always safe and will always be there for you. Yet I know how frustrating it has been to follow my safe—not—sorry […] Read more…
Key Tools for Killer Presentations

Key Tools for Killer Presentations

Want to stand up and speak out with confidence, genuinely inspiring and influencing your audience? …read more Source: Claire Zammit   Read more…
7 Ways to Lift Yourself Out of Heavy Thoughts

7 Ways to Lift Yourself Out of Heavy Thoughts

Deepak Chopra, M.D. Everyone can occasionally find themselves prey to heavy thoughts, which is a natural response to emotional sadness and anxiety. Forcing yourself to be positive under every circumstance is a constant strain and undesirable as a realistic view of life. If heavy thoughts keep returning, however, and begin to attach themselves, you need […] Read more…
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