Apr 062017
 

Sunset Crater, Flagstaff AZ7 Reasons Why Your Brain Goes Negative, And How To Go Positive Instead
Our brains are designed to pay more attention to the negative than the positive. There are evolutionary and experiential reasons for this that the article explains. It has a second section that gives 3 tips how to train your brain to go positive.

21 Proven Ways To Overcome Impostor Syndrome
Many people, famous and successful among them, struggle with this problem. They’re afraid that they’re frauds and they’re going to be found out. This article contains useful tips on how to overcome this fraudulent feeling and help you to recognize your value.

Exercise changes the way our bodies work at a molecular level
We all know that exercise is good for us, physically, mentally and emotionally. But exercise doesn’t just help us burn fat, build muscle and protect us from various diseases. It also changes our molecules and immune system. Not only that, but a study shows it stops aging at a cellular level.

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