Nov 202017
 

juggling-multitaskingExpressive Writing Cools Brain on Stressful Tasks for Worriers
Many people are chronic worriers, which actually gets in the way of being able to be effective or problem solve. But there is a solution. Using EEG to measure brain activity, researchers discover expressive writing can help those who worry excessively to calm their fears before entering into a stressful task.

20 Stealthy Mental Filters That Are Sabotaging You
Negative thinking isn’t a model for success. It actually can undermine any progress you want to make. But most of us have some type of mental filter that distorts reality and gets in our way. Learn not to believe everything you think by considering these common biases that prevent your success and happiness.

Law of Attraction: I’m Feeling Good but the Inspired Action Isn’t Coming
There is a theory in spiritual circles that you should only take inspired action. In other words, only take action that feels good and when you feel motivated to do so. The idea is that any other action will be unsuccessful or somehow detrimental. This article goes deeply into this issue by examining how difficult it is to always be in a place of intuition, and that inspired action may not always be comfortable.

~ Linda-Ann Stewart