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[25 Jul 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
PACE YOURSELF: A New Video On Being Realistic, Patient & Compassionate As You Grow to Be Stronger, Wiser & More Productive…

Remember that there’s a difference between pushing yourself and BATTLING yourself, so as you grow into a stronger, wiser and more productive person, cultivate the inner-voice of understanding and encouragement, not discipline and despair.

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[10 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
Jewels for the Week (Inspiring Quotations, 3/6-3/12, 2011)

“A hundred lifetimes may not be enough to rectify the mistake made in one short morning…” ~ Chinese Proverb



“Honor is a harder master then law…” ~ Mark Twain



“We gain the strength of the temptation we resist.” ~ Emerson

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[3 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]
How to Reduce Stress NOW and Stay Relaxed AUTOMATICALLY…

Again, if you don’t relax, something is going to make you. If you don’t consciously slow down and take time to rejuvenate yourself, your either going to pay the price BIG time or gradually OVER time, with fun things such as:

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[14 Jan 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
GET ORGANIZED: How to Create a Clutter-Free Environment

Problems with disorganization??? Would you like to have a clear, focused and well-structured thinking process? Would you like to have the advantage of being able to constructively use your mind to your own benefit whenever you want?

Well, if you’d like to have a clear, structured and organized mental environment, what makes you think you don’t ALSO need to have a clear, structured and organized physical environment??? Click here for some simple, practical advice…

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[30 Nov 2010 | No Comment | ]
RELAX: 3 Simple Guided Meditations, Soothing Music for Peace of Mind & More…

Odd as it might sound, I don’t like talking about meditation too much because it’s so cliche (and feels kind of soft). Here’s a few that I do use on the regular though, albeit unconsciously…

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[6 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]
RELAX: Sometimes You Speed Up <i>By Slowing Down</i> (Old School Resurrection)

What don’t you have the time to do that, at the same time, you know it IS time to do? A walk in the park? Dinner with a friend? Play laser tag with your kids? Walk away from the canvas until you can’t help taking up the brush again?

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[16 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

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Below you’ll find some “homework” for next week’s Blog Talk Radio program: a series of videos called, “Holistic Health & Wellness Tips for Mental Clarity & Overall Wellbeing” and another short interview called, “How to Read Your Physical Body as a Feedback Mechanism.”

The main subjects include:

>> Holistic Knowledge: the what & why of real nutrition,
>> Motivation & Insight: encouragement and advice to help you transition over to a healthier lifestyle, and
>> Deep Level Understanding: so that you can look at health and wellness from an entirely different paradigm.

———— Check These …

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[15 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]

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Last night’s radio session was FIRE, and everyone seemed to have loved the show. Here’s the playback from it:

And here’s some of the feed-back from it:

Again, next week’s session is called “Holistic Health & Wellness Tips for OVERALL WELLBEING and a Deep Level Understanding of Nutrition,” and I’ll be interviewing my nutritional consultant and good friend Hondo Solomon. Check out a description of the show here

The great thing about Hondo is he’s down to earth: not only is he a professional with clinical, expert-level knowledge, but he’s also a …

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[17 Jun 2010 | No Comment | ]

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Remember that post from back in the day, Mental Fatigue, Stress & Attention Deficit: Their Societal Cause & Your Personal Cure, about how inattentiveness, a lack of productivity and mental strain are INGRAINED into our culture???

I’m didn’t say that to get all matrix-conspiracy on you, but it’s an important realization I want you to see: that we live in a hyper-technologized, media-saturated world, that’s…

I>> becoming almost devoid of organic, natural environments,
>> a complete 180-degree alteration from the type of world humans evolved in, and
>> inhibitory, poisonous and destructive to …

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[15 Jun 2010 | 4 Comments | ]

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Back in 1995, Stephen Kaplan, a psychology professor at University of Michigan, wrote an article called The Restorative Benefits of Nature: Towards an Integrative Framework saying that:

“Directed attention plays an important role in human information processing; its fatigue, in turn, has far-reaching consequences. ‘Attention Restoration Theory’ provides an analysis of the kinds of experiences that lead to recovery from such fatigue (and) natural environments turn out to be particularly rich in the characteristics necessary for (such) restorative experiences.
An integrative framework is proposed that places both directed attention and stress …