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Meditation For The Non-Spiritual

Reading Time: 4 minutes Growing research suggests that meditation has great health benefits, but it gets a bad rap from those who don’t proclaim themselves to fit into the “spiritual” category. Here’s my advice to adopt a meditation practice even for the non-spiritual.

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Going Full Throttle: Shortcomings of Our Freeze Response To Danger

Reading Time: 5 minutes We have three natural reactions to danger: fight, flight, or the much less discussed freeze response. How can our instincts betray us, causing us to hit the brakes when throttling the gas is what will actually save us from impending danger?

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Overcome Negative Thoughts With Socratic Questioning

Reading Time: 2 minutes Do you suffer from the negative stories you tell yourself about the world around you? Use this technique from cognitive behavioral therapy to alter these stories and banish negative thoughts.

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How To Adopt A Fitness-Minded Traveler’s Mindset

Reading Time: 2 minutes Want to travel while maintaining your fitness plan? Follow this simple advice.

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How The Scale Deceives You (And Other Measures of Success)

Reading Time: < 1 minute How the bathroom scale lies, and other ways to measure progress in your fitness program.

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5 Reasons You Should Take Dance Lessons (That Have Nothing To Do With Exercise)

Reading Time: 5 minutes Here are 5 reasons you should take dancing lessons that have nothing to do with exercise.

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How To Stop Letting Setbacks Set You Back

Reading Time: 3 minutes Stop letting setbacks hold you back from your goals. Instead, use them to propel you forward like a sling shot. Read to find out how.

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How To Leverage Food Tracking For Weight Loss

Reading Time: 8 minutes Follow these tips and best practices to maximize your weight loss using food tracking tools.

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The Ultimate Hangover Prevention Plan

Reading Time: 5 minutes Recently I was chatting with a gentleman who works in sales and we got on the topic of entertaining potential clients. It’s pretty common practice to take these prospects out for dinner and drinks, which can sometimes result in a night of heavy drinking for the sales representative. I also learned that each has their…

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What To Do When You’re Eating Healthy, Exercising, and Not Seeing Results

Reading Time: 7 minutes You’re making good food choices, exercising consistently, and still not seeing results. What gives?

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What Can Comedy Teach You About Leadership & Success?

Reading Time: 3 minutes How can improv comedy help you succeed? Read more to find out.

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The Unspoken Power of Encouragement

Reading Time: 3 minutes Yet, without any words exchanged, here we were. Two strangers; me motivating her to keep going, and her the same to me.

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Does It Pay To Be Pragmatic?

Reading Time: 4 minutes How do you decide what information is worth learning and what information can be discarded? At least once a week, usually toward the end of the week, I have this thing with clients where I will ask them if they’ve learned any interesting facts. These could be something they learned from reading articles, interesting tidbits…

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The Art of Telling A Good Story

Reading Time: 6 minutes [This article is a follow-up article to Theory of Mind: How To Understand Others Better. You can read that article by clicking here.] A couple weeks ago I was in bed ready to fall asleep, it was around 11:30pm. As I’m drifting off I hear a weird buzzing noise. My girlfriend hears it too. It…

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