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Losing motivation? This practice will give you the drive you need to stay fit

Anyone who’s ever tried making a fitness a priority will tell you that staying “on track” is the most difficult part. Finding the initial motivation is easy, but working out on a consistent basis is where it gets challenging. According to researchers, however, there is a simple way to keep yourself motivated. 

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  • Mind Body Green
  • Date:09/24/2018

Why so serious? These 6 tips will add a little more laughter to your daily life

No matter what position you find yourself in during your life, you need to have a sense of humor. If you take life too seriously, you will only deplete your happiness and impair your ability to connect with others. That’s why it’s important to get your daily dose of humor just like a vitamin. To add more laughter and lightheartedness to your daily life, take a peek at these 6 tips.

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  • The Chopra Center
  • Date:09/21/2018

8 reasons why you should definitely take that lunch break

I’ve noticed that the way I spend my lunch break affects how productive I am for the rest of the day: how quickly I get started once I get back to my desk, how effective I am in the first hour after lunch, and how I feel throughout the afternoon. Luckily, we’ve been writing about ways to improve your day for a while now: from tips on making your environment more conducive to creativity to pushing through writer’s block.

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  • Date:09/21/2018

These scientific secrets will protect you from jet lag

Where you’re flying cross country or halfway across the globe, jet lag can plague your travels and effect the way your body performs. And with more people flying internationally than ever before, more people are likely suffering from jet lag. If you are one of these people, here are a few scientific secrets to preventing jet lag.

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  • TIME
  • Date:09/20/2018

The loud impact of a quiet ego

Trading educator J.C. Parets recently wrote an insightful blog post comparing the wine tasting process to the trading of financial markets. He observed that detecting nuances in the aroma of wine is a particular weak point for him. The wine tasting instructor emphasized that, in order to properly smell and appreciate the wine, the taster has to know why he or she is actually there. Is it to purchase a wine for distribution?

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  • Date:09/20/2018

The science of epigenetics can change your lifestyle for the better. Here’s how

Until now, scientists believed our gene expression, which has a huge impact on our mental and physical well-being, was set in stone. Now we’re finding out that our gene expression is malleable, influenced by external stressors and lifestyle choices, from running outside to who you have your coffee break with. The way our gene expression interacts with our lifestyle and environment influence is known as the science of epigenetics. Here’s what you need to know about epigenetics and how it can change your future for the better.

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  • Forbes
  • Date:09/19/2018

Self-control is the beginning of success

Researchers in the UK recently published findings from their exploration of 83 separate studies on energy and self-control. What they found will change the way you start your day and help boost your productivity.

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  • Quartz
  • Date:09/18/2018

A history of happiness explains why capitalism makes us feel empty inside

What is happiness? It’s a very old question. And no one really knows the answer, although theories abound.

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  • Date:09/18/2018

If you want to learn better, pick up a pencil and start drawing

Even if you ‘can't draw’, there’s a special reason you should do it: It helps us think better. Drawing isn’t necessarily an art. Rather, it’s a process that can foster close observation, analytical thinking, patience, and even humility. Even if you’re no Leonardo da Vinci, here’s why you should start drawing more.

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  • Quartz
  • Date:09/17/2018

Can a single weekend of meditation make you a better leader?

On an early morning this past June, a small group of influential leaders in tech, finance and entertainment from around the globe hiked up to one of Sedona’s famous vortexes. When they reached the trail’s peak, they settled wordlessly onto the red dirt in silent meditation.

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  • Date:09/17/2018
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