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    Unhealthy behavior pattern
    Have you ever wondered why it is so difficult to change a behavior? Think about it, how often have you been down the same path fighting an unhealthy behavioral pattern? For example, if you are like me you are in a win-lose battle with the scale...
  • Change Your Mindset
    Alter Your Mindset and Your Life Will Change ....
    The most profound power we have inside of us is the power of choice. Consistently we wake up and settle on decisions that effect our lives. From the little decisions to the huge ones every one of them play a main consideration by the way we grow...
  • 4 ways to be more productive!
    Tips for a more productive day and lifestyle
    Being unproductive can leave you wondering where your entire day went, leave you suddenly feeling sluggish and lazy and even can break down your self esteem. On top of just losing time and energy you can also add on an extra large and unwanted...
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    The good life
    Are you living the good life? As you are thinking about this response what are you considering? What does the good life look like to you? Do you believe that you will reach a point when you will be living the good life perhaps when you’re...
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    Mind games: How our brain has to make sense of even the most senseless, part one
    The Rorschach test (inkblot test) is a classic example of how our brains have to make sense of everything. This is simply ink on paper. Nothing is drawn and there is no correct answer to what the person viewing this test might see in the blot. It...
  •  Miroslav Klose (L) and Erik Durm celebrate on stage at the German team victory ceremony July 15, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Practice has a significant influence on success in sports.
    Does it take more than practice to make perfect?
    One of the enduring debates in the fore front of the American psyche is nature versus nurture. Over recent years, the pendulum has swung towards the more egalitarian view that nurture is ascendant.The idea that it takes practice to be perfect is a...
  • Fear is in your mind
    Don't feed your fear
    Today I read a post by a colleague that talked about the fears writers have. But all people have fears. It doesn't matter what your profession or business.If your fear isn't a fear brought on, for example, by a car approaching you head on ...
  • How to have the mindset of Christ
    How to have the mindset of Christ
    As we come closer to this Easter season we sometimes can get side tracked with all of the fun activities that we like to do: egg decorating and Easter egg hunting, Easter baskets and sugar rushes, potlucks and meeting with family and friends....
  • Mindset
    Coaches need to praise effort over ability
    "We like to think of our champions and idols as superheroes who were born different from us. We don't like to think of them as relatively ordinary people who made themselves extraordinary." - Dr. Carol Dweck, Mindset, p. 90.While...
  • Mindset
    The Tortoise and the Hare may not have the right message
    A time-honored children's story is one of Aesop's Fables, The Tortoise and the Hare.It is hard to find a child in America who has not heard of this story. The moral of this story is that "slow and steady wins the race."In other...
  • Mindset
    Youth players and the fixed mindset and growth mindset
    Dr. Carol S. Dweck shares her knowledge about mindsets in her book "Mindset." Dr. Dweck explains that people fall into one of two categories: those with the fixed mindset and those with the growth mindset.Those with a fixed mindset are...
  • The Weight of Oppression
    Daily thought: Function
    The way one navigates through obstacles can be referred to as the way one functions. The way one functions is almost always the rituals instilled in the individual throughout life and can be any combination of positive and negative response...
  • How do you prepare for disaster like Sandy?
    How to Best Prepare for Life's Mishaps--Big and Small
    We spend much a lot of time trying to prepare for life--what we think will happen or what we want to happen in the future. We plan. We train. We save. We think positively. We imagine. We plot out our actions. We make to do lists. We exercise. We...
  • Mindset
    Daily thought: mindset
    What is the Sacramento state of mind? What does the city of Sacramento promote? What is the mindset of Sacramento?A lifetime observation will lead most to agree and/or conclude that the way we relate to others is based on our overall mindset....
  • The success triad: Tangibles, training, and mindset
    The success triad: Tangibles, training, and mindset
    Success is the merging of these three very important resources: Tangibles, training, and mindset. Without the merging of these things, success will be limited, difficult, or unattainable. While this analysis can be applied to any human endeavor,...
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