Jul 012015
 

In this video, legendary author, sales trainer and speaker, Brian Tracy, says there is a universal principle called the “Law of Attraction.” It means that, “You always attract into your life the people, ideas, and resources in harmony with your dominant thoughts.” The fact is that you are living magnet. Like iron filings are attracted to a magnet, you will attract into your life the people who are in harmony with your current level of knowledge, wisdom and experience. The good news is that, as your leadership skills grow and mature, you will attract into your life better and better people. Download his FREE Leadership Questionnaire.



~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jun 302015
 

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The Two-Minute Solution To Sitting All Day
A study released earlier this year concluded sitting more hours in a day, despite regular exercise, predisposes you to a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer and even death. New research shows that it doesn’t take much to counteract that tendency.

Core Principles of FeldenkraisCore Principles of Feldenkrais: Norman Doidge’s Perspective
Although this article is how the Feldenkrais Method facilitates neuroplastic healing, it has a list of ways that the brain can change itself and the body through the way you think. It shows how the brain can rewire itself through the thoughts you think and imagine.

Boost Your Energy and Balance Your Emotions with These Hand Exercises
These exercises are based on the ancient Japanese touch therapy, Jin Shin Jyutsu. The idea is that each finger is associated with a different organ and its corresponding emotion. By stimulating that finger, it balances the organ and emotion.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jun 162015
 

When you’re wanting to accomplish a goal or vision, you may get discouraged by how much needs to be done or how far you need to go. In this case, you may need to create a transitional vision so you don’t get overwhelmed. Learn how to create and achieve a vision you can believe in.



~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jun 162015
 

Flagstaff Aspen RainbowThe Happiness Choice
Every day, you choose whether to be bothered by incidents that happen, or to let them go and be happy. Despite the beliefs that our moods are ruled by external factors, we have the power to control our reactions. This article includes 10 suggestions on how to make it easier to choose to be happy.

The Horrifying Truth About Multitasking And Productivity – 8 Truths
Research shows that multitasking undermines productivity and efficiency. But did you know it damages your brain? The good news is you can reverse it. This article explores 8 nasty truths about multitasking that will make you reconsider this pervasive habit.

Smartphones making children borderline autistic, warns expert
Young children today are less able to read human emotions than pupils four decades ago, an expert has said. He pointed to research done in the US within the last decade that shows a decrease in empathy among college students and at the same time a rise in narcissism. There are others who dispute his findings. But there’s interesting evidence that children aren’t getting enough one-on-one time with their family and relying too much on technology.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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Jun 092015
 

Flagstaff Aspen RainbowA Winning Personality: Why Ambiverts Make Great Entrepreneurs
You’ve heard of extroverts and introverts. Although it’s rare for there to be a pure one of either, most are ambiverts. This article explores how the best leaders are ambiverts, or in the middle of the spectrum between extrovert and introvert, and what sets them apart.

What science says about beliefs — and why we cling to them
According to the scientists that this article quotes, our beliefs evolve from a “feeling of rightness” that stem from our psychology, biology and environment. Even when presented with facts that dispute our beliefs, most people cling to them. This article mainly covers religion, political and cultural beliefs.

Why happiness is healthy
Although genetics and environment play a role in our sense of well being, happiness can be cultivated. There’s a strong relationship between happiness, optimisim and life satisfaction and good health. This article explores that connection and gives some suggestions on how to reach that happy state.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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May 282015
 

Question MarkQuestion: Do I need to consciously know the original cause of a problem to resolve it?

Answer: Not necessarily. Many people want to know where a problem got started, and for some it’s helpful to know. But generally it isn’t imperative to understand what happened to release the issue. The subconscious mind knows where the problem got its start, and what might have reinforced it. And the subconscious mind knows what to do to release and resolve it.

You may not even consciously know what to do about it, but the subconscious mind knows how to accomplish it. But it has to be directed to do so, and you have to be willing to let go of the emotion associated with it. And the subconscious will only heal it if it feels it’s safe for you to do so.

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May 262015
 

Flagstaff Aspen RainbowExtraversion may be less common than we think
Our culture believes that extraverts are in the majority, because this group of people have more friends. And because extraverts look at the world through their beliefs, they think that they’re the norm. This bias can affect job performance, self-esteem and relationships in both extraverts and introverts.

3 Life Questions Shared By Just About Everyone In The World
Gabby Bernstein, speaker, self-help author, and spiritual teacher, shares her answers to the three most common questions she gets from her audiences. She shares some tips on what to do about them, including a simple way to meditate.

The Mindset of Success – from good management to great leadership
Jo Owen’s book explains how to put your mind to work and grasp opportunities. Your skillset is not what will make a difference to your level of success, it’s your “mindset.” Skills are abundant whereas the right mindset is a rare commodity that is greatly valued in organizations.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart

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May 192015
 

Flagstaff Aspen Rainbow10 Questions To Ask Yourself To Stay Positive When Facing Difficulties
In life, you can’t change events or their outcome. However, you can choose the emotion and meaning you attach to them. By retraining yourself to see the positive in even the most challenging times, you reclaim your power and can come through it stronger than before.

Multitasking Can Damage Your Brain and Career, Studies Say
New studies show that multitasking kills your performance and may even damage your brain. Interacting with multiple devices at once may be changing the way we think and even brain structure. Multitasking impacts a portion of the brain that affect emotional quotient skills responsible for success at work.

Neuroscience on Writer’s Block
More than any other creative pursuits, writers are more prone to being blocked. The article describes 7 reasons why creativity is harder for writers and goes on to give 7 solutions on how to overcome this thorny issue.

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May 152015
 

We’ve been told that multitasking will make us more productive, efficient and effective, when the truth is far different. It’s a major cause of stress, which means you react to situation without thinking them through. Learn one strategy to break this cycle, get more done, and have more resources to handle challenges.


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