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Mar 27, 2017

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Today’s book I am going to talk about is kind of a special one for me. Why? Because it’s one of the first books that I can remember that really got me thinking a lot more about how to deal with the everyday stresses and struggles of life. I first read this book in college, I was probably around twenty years old, and it was very impactful. And when I first read it, it brought completely new ideas to me, I tried them out, I experimented with these ideas a little bit. So what is the book I am talking about? Well, the book is called The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. And in general, this book is all about accepting the present moment. How often during your day are you regretting things that have happened in the past? Thinking about the decisions you shouldn't have made, or things you shouldn't have said. And also how much of your day do you spend thinking about the future, worrying about the future? What’s going to happen, what’s going to happen in your life that you might not want to happen? And lastly, do you find yourself always thinking, “In the future when this happens, or once I am able to do this, everything will be better. If I get this job, if I pass this test, if I become fluent in English, if all of these things happen, then my life will be great". Well, this all causes stress, and in The Power of Now, there are some very very useful tools for dealing with these thoughts that can cause you to be anxious

 

Mar 21, 2017

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There are four core human drives (motivations) that form how people think and behave.

Understanding these core drives helps us to understand what people want, as well as provides us with information on how to help others with services that meet these wants through business.

Satisfy all these wants = a great business idea! 

Learn about these four basic drives and how they affect our behavior, and apply these lessons to your English learning in this episode of the Feel Good English podcast. 

Personal development for English learners. 

Mar 9, 2017

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For years I have had an on-and-off again relationship with the gym. 

Believe me, I know the importance of staying fit. Having a healthy body makes just about all other aspects of life easier. 

But after maintaining a long gym routine, sometimes even for a year or more, I would always find a reason to stop going. Something would change in my life so I would take a week off from the gym, which would turn into two weeks, then a month, then I'd realize I hadn't been in months. 

And that's what happened recently. So I am trying something different, because, well, it's time. 

I found a book at the library (yes, the library) called "You are Your Own Gym: The Bible of Bodyweight Exercises" by Mark Lauren.  

And so far I'm thrilled (very excited). 

In this episode, I am going to tell you the 5 main reasons bodyweight exercising looks promising, and maybe it'll be something you can try out too! 

 

 

Mar 1, 2017

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How and what you think is CRITICAL – it’s the foundation everything else is built upon.

Set your goals high...then exceed them!

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