If you want to ensure your health and longevity – studies show these three things are vital

I went to see a workshop presented by Nick Hall who is Director of Center for Psychoneuroimmunology at the University of South Florida. And he was talking about the immune system—the mind-body connection—who gets sick and who stays well. I'm not going to bore you with all the particulars about the immune system and the different cells. But I do want to tell you some interesting things that I found that would be wonderful information to pass on to you. The first one is that he was talking about some longevity studies and about who do you think lives longer …
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If you learn these simple questions you can improve the efficiency of your mind

Do you ever notice that when you start to set an intention to create something new the first thing you might run into is “your stuff”—“your mental garbage.” Sometimes the mind and emotions can play tricks on us. They direct us to the reasons why we should not go after our big dreams. Look at the facts. Not enough time. Not enough money. Don’t have the right education or credentials. You aren't smart enough. You aren't talented enough. You cannot achieve it. The odds are against you. I don’t know what to do. It didn’t work the last time. I’m …
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Teach your children to be resilient so they can enjoy a better quality life

In life, much of our stress can come from attempting to parent children who are responsible, successful, and happy. The stress and worry never helps; in fact, all it does is cause damage to our own mental emotional health and those around us. Our role as a parent has to include helping our children develop skills that allow them to be resilient if they are going to successfully deal with the stress of modern life. In reviewing three separate studies on resilience—which is the ability to bounce back quickly after illness, change, or misfortune—there are a few common themes.     …
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You don’t need to blame circumstance or the past, you can create the support you need right now

My mastermind partners and I are meeting today for lunch. As I sit here inscribing the book I bought for them, I reflect on the immense value of having this kind of support. This is the fourth time in my life where I have been part of a mastermind group. The support, encouragement, and insight have been priceless in each and every instant. Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich, defined a mastermind as a “coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose.” A mastermind …
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