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Chronic Worry and Gratitude
Are dozens of worries and anxieties hanging over your head like an ever present dark cloud? Authors Phil Stutz and Barry Michels say gratitude can break through those worries and fears allowing you to enjoy more of the positive things life has to offer.
Visualize What You Want to Remember
If you want to improve your memory, visualization is a great technique to master. If you create a mental picture, concentrate on it for a moment, you are more likely to remember it later on.
Focus Your Attention and Remember More
Self-instruction is powerful because it focuses your attention, write authors Janet Fogler and Lynn Stern. Paying attention makes it more likely that you will remember.
Write Down What You Want to Remember
I believe writing things down is the number one way to remember. Once you make a list, you no longer have to remember anything really. The list remembers for you.
Having Trouble with Your Memory?
Memory does change as you age, but almost everyone can improve their memory with training and practice says authors Janet Fogler and Lynn Stern
Turn Fear of Failure into Positive Energy!
Self help authors Phil Stutz and Barry Michels suggest vigorously seeking out pain, even desiring it, not because we actually want to be hurt, but rather because “when you move toward it, pain shrinks."
How I Nurtured and Grew My Life List
My Life List is my version of what Buddhist teacher Lewis Richmond calls an Energy Shrine in his book, “Work as a Spiritual Practice.” It uplifts me, gives me energy and reminds me of my purpose. When I take care of it it grows, and so do I.
Are you aware of what brings you joy?
The trouble is many of us have been brainwashed by what others (parents, spouses, friends, colleagues, society at large etc) think we should or should not be doing that we have no idea what truly brings us joy and satisfaction.
Treasure the Ordinary
“Our ordinary routine contains numerous treasures...any number of gifts for our spirit, if only we would allow ourselves to receive them.” --Lewis Richmond
Spirituality and Stress Management at Work
For those who are bored, stressed or otherwise suffering at work Lewis Richmond, author of "Work as a Spiritual Practice" says we should recognize that when faced with stress, worry, and conflict, we’re not helpless.
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