10 Ways to Feed a New Mindset

Posted by Donald Latumahina

Note: This post is written by Eddy Baller Dealing with depression as a young adult was tough, especially because I didn't know that I was feeding it with my own mindset. Every day was the same pattern: wake up, think about things I didn't like, listen to negative music, read the depressing news, ...

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How to Start Your Day Well: 6 Practical Tips

Posted by Donald Latumahina

Do you want to have a good day? Well, then it’s important that you start your day well. If you do, chances are your day will also be good. But if you don’t, the opposite might happen. How you start your day can make or break it. Here is how to ...

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8 Tips to Optimize Your Commute

Posted by Donald Latumahina

Note: This post is written by Sarah Landrum Every morning, 128 million people commute to work in the U.S. More than three-quarters of them commute alone. While you may regard your commute as an event to be suffered through — and perhaps even dread — you could be putting that time in ...

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Note: This post is written by Stephanie Norman Stress is a major distraction in your life. When you are worried and you carry a huge burden on your back, your work and relationships suffer. When people are under stress, they might experience increased blood pressure, headaches, muscle tension, sweating, pain in the stomach ...

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A while back I watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi. It’s a fascinating documentary about Jiro Ono, who is arguably the best sushi chef in the world. His restaurant has earned three Michelin stars (the highest possible) and was visited by President Obama when he came to Japan. In that movie, he ...

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Note: This post is written by Diana Beyer Most people hate Scarlet O’Hare. I found her interesting when I first read Gone with the Wind. She reminded me of a fellow student – totally self-centered, but creative and clever, even in her shallowness. Other plots and characters have provided insights and skill development ...

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