If you ever feel like you or your life is not good enough – this article could change your life

I remember when my coach kept insisting I did not need to do everything I believed I needed to do. I felt myself getting more and more irritated with him because I knew I could not just stop doing the things that needed to be done in my life. I felt myself building to anger. I knew I wasn’t angry at him, but I felt like I was in this perpetual cycle of never enough time and so much to do. To blow things off and be irresponsible was not part of who I am. So how could he say …
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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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Can maintaining an optimistic mindset improve your health?

It is a well-known fact that stress can damage the body. Here we have nice healthy tissue on our arm and if we pour a little acid on our arm, we will get some damage but the body can heal itself. If you keep pouring acid on the arm, the damage will be so great the body cannot keep up with it. You see, research has shown that stress contributes to 75%—maybe even 90%—of medical conditions, including the six leading causes of death. Now I am no mathematician, but WOW those numbers are huge enough to make me pay attention. …
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