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Breathe Deep And Take Some Time To Focus On You

December 14, 2017
Research has been loud and clear on the matter of relaxation—it’s essential for good health.
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Hang On A Minute, I’m Not A Role Model

December 05, 2017
Positive role models have been shown to have a positive effect, but what about role models for leaders?
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Face The Sunshine And Smile More Often

November 28, 2017
Turning negative thoughts into positive thoughts can have a profound impact on your life and the people around you.
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Mental Readiness Means Getting Your Game Ready

November 16, 2017
Mental readiness doesn’t mean that you will always make every shot or meet every goal. But it means you will be prepared to press on, no matter what happens.
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Coaching Is Dead. Long Live Neuro Coaching!

November 07, 2017
Coaching is an essential tool that can nurture creativity and all the emotions that make us human.
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STOP! Are You Drowning In The Digital World?

October 31, 2017
Neuroscience has shown that something happens when we become too dependent on technology, especially when we obsess over things like social media
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Finding The Balance Between Food And Your Life

October 26, 2017
Finding the balance between what you eat and having a healthy body and mind can be difficult. We all have to eat, but choosing what to eat is up to each of us.
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Balancing Your Body And Mind Makes Your Brain Happy

September 21, 2017
Finding the balance between work and your personal life can be tough. Sometimes the best thing to do is to turn off the phone and take a walk in the woods
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Write The Words You Can’t Say

August 16, 2017
Expressive writing, also known as therapeutic writing, has been found to be beneficial for mental and physical health.
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Dance Your Way Into A Healthy Body And Mind

August 03, 2017
The scientists found that even with a thinner cortex, patients identified as dancers performed better in tasks involving memory and learning.
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