Trying something that doesn’t work (a mistake) still makes new brain connections. Each attempt at learning this new something (the not yet learned process) builds more connections to more neurons creating a robust network of neurons.
I've discovered many successful people and influencers ... and they all seem to have one thing in common - a Morning Routine.
Monkey Brain. I don’t know where I first heard that phrase, but I envision a half dozen monkeys jumping up and down, swinging from tree to tree, and chattering and screaming at each other. Sometimes that is just what it feels like in my head. It gets very crowded and very noisy in there, with
I am reading Solve for Happy by Mo Gawdat and stopped cold yesterday when I read: Ample research has shown that we tend to think negative – self-critical, pessimistic, and fearful – thoughts more often than positive thoughts. …worrying is the brain’s default position. WHOA! That is not what I want to read in a
I've noticed the more reactive I feel, the more miserable I am... Social media is just jet fuel for reactivity. -Tim Ferriss
I believe that you will WIN at The Game of Life when you have connected, participated and added value to the lives of others.
Saturday, January 21, 2017 will go down in history as the day that the greatest number of women in the WORLD demonstrated for the same thing…respect and civility and tactical prudence. It was an emotional day for the demonstrators. The atomic energy that was generated by the unprecedented numbers of people (men and women), created an
What is the most SOUL SATISFYING thing that you have ever done?
I read two things about TIME this week brought me to this blog post. * A powerful infographic about reading time * An article about finding extra time in your a day
Are you still focused on your New Year’s goals and resolutions? It IS Day 6 of 2017. Have you cleared all of the processed food out of your cabinets? (Did you eat the cookies or throw them away? I ate them.)