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Alvaro Fernandez presents Debunking 10 Brain Training/ Cognitive Health Myths posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Think about this: How can anyone take care of his or her brain when every week brings a new barrage of articles and studies which seem to contradict each other?”
Warren presents Positive Priming posted at GenerallyThinking.com, saying, “The environment around you can shape so much of your life, from subtle behaviour changes, to – amazingly – your biological age! Very important stuff!”
Ken Siew presents #8: Think Big, Start Small, Grow Fast, Die Empty! posted at Think Big & Think Money – Guide to Success & Wealth, saying, “Follow these 4 steps in your journey of life!”
Stephen Martile presents How to Squash Negative Thoughts – 6 Ways posted at FreedomEducation.ca by Stephen Martile, saying, “Here are six ways to get rid of that little trickster between your ears. Check out these 6 negative thought squashers.”
Emma Taylor presents 100 Online Journal Tools for Your Self Improvement & Discovery | Psychology Degrees posted at Psychology Degrees.
Craig Harper presents Functionally Dysfunctional – Part 1 posted at Motivation – Renovate your life with Craig, saying, “Far too many people inhabit the I’m-not-good-enough paradigm and that – not their ability- stands between them and their potential to impact the lives of others in a meaningful and positive way.”
Lucky Balaraman presents Finding Unshakable Happiness: The 5 Pristine Pillars posted at Calm and Cool.
Paula Kawal presents The Pendant Speaks posted at Journey Inward Productions, saying, “Last week my husband and kids got a stomach virus all at the same time. I was the only one who was well and I spent several days and nights rushing from person to person doing anything I could to make them comfortable. As they were recovering, I energetically as well as physically cleaned house before becoming ill myself…”
Catherine VanWetter presents To the Heart of the Matter – Inner Peace Tip – Practicing Gentleness and Forgiveness With Yourself posted at To The Heart of the Matter, saying, “What I have learned over the years is that much of the behavior we coin as a “bad” habit has actually been a very clever way for many of us to survive in a life that is sometimes less than kind. So how does one put down a habit that has been controlling their life?”
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