Are You Ever Confused About How To End Your Meditation Sessions?

 

Now that you’ve started meditating, you may be wondering how to end your sessions. The way you use those final moments can make your practice more beneficial.

Headaches are a common symptom for beginners who jump off the cushion to check their phones or watch TV. Moving slower and shifting your attention gradually will be less jarring. Experiment with these steps for your body and mind so you can develop a routine that works for you.

8 Habits That Guarantee Success

 

We have far more habits than we realize. It’s been said that successful people merely have successful habits. Success takes time, and habits repeat themselves over time. Your individual habits each serve to move you closer to success or make success more challenging.

There are only 24 hours in a day, so it’s not possible to have an unlimited number of habits. Choosing the most effective habits is a big responsibility!

7 Tricks to Boost Your Memory

It's a normal part of aging to become a bit more forgetful as we grow older. In the past, it was widely believed that little could be done to strengthen our memory and mental agility once we had entered adulthood.

However, research conducted at the University of California, San Francisco, and other notable institutions has found that the connections in our brains are "plastic" and new neural pathways are being created all of the time!

4 Steps to Increase Your Leadership Skills

When most of us hear the word leadership, we usually think of political officials, CEOs, military commanders, or even athletes. While it's true that you need good leadership skills to excel at these occupations, leadership is a valuable skill that everyone from any vocation or background can use for their benefit and the benefit of others.

Effective leadership doesn't come naturally for most of us. Luckily, there are several methods that you can use to build and refine your leadership skills.

9 Beliefs That Make Life Easier and Success More Likely

 

Do you manage your beliefs? It’s our beliefs that determine our actions. And our actions determine our results. If you’re not getting the results you desire, your beliefs deserve some examination. Your beliefs are the core of your results. Life and success are both easier and more consistent when your beliefs are supportive.

8 Speedy Tips to Help You Read Faster With Better Recall

 

You’ve probably been reading at the same speed for most of your adult life. Even so, reading speed can be improved with intent and practice. Being able to read faster provides the key to learning more and experiencing more enjoyment from your reading.

How fast do want to be able to read? The Guinness World Record is 80,000 words per minute! An average reading speed is approximately 250 words per minute.

When Less is More: A Guide to Knowing When to Self-Promote

 

There's a time and place for everything. And it's important to understand when the time is appropriate for those things you set out to do in life. The same can be said for knowing when to self-promote.

Self-promotion really means "selling" your strengths and abilities to whomever you want to listen. Certainly, there are times when painting a perfect picture of yourself gets you the desired outcome. But there are other times when it's just unsuitable and unattractive.

What Frozen Taught Me about Love, Sisterhood, and Snowmen

 

The whole world has gone a little ice crazy over Frozen, another hit movie from Disney. It’s full of princesses, trolls, and appreciation for the bond between sisters.

Anna and Elsa are the sisters driven apart by Elsa’s magical powers. She’s like Midas, except she turns things to ice rather than gold. In fact, she plunged the whole kingdom of Arendelle into eternal winter. When Anna comes to Elsa’s rescue, it proves the power of love. Consider these lessons from Anna, Elsa, and their friends.

Your Complete Guide to Metabolic Syndrome

 

You or someone you know probably has metabolic syndrome. It’s a widespread cluster of conditions that affects as many as one out of every four people.

Metabolic syndrome refers to a group of risk factors that increase the chances of heart attacks, diabetes, and other serious conditions. The main causes are obesity and inactivity.

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