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Staying Postive at All Times

Staying positive can sometimes be a challenge. Imagine the life of Gandhi. The Mayo Clinic offers a few good reasons to stay positive even during hard times. Better psychological and physical well-being. Reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease. Better coping skills during hardships and times of stress. Increased life span. Lower rates of depression.…
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Keeping a Healthy Heart

four habits to keep it pumping It's almost Valentines Day, and hopefully you are feeling loved! The healthy heart in the human body functionally serves as a circulation pump with an electrical impulses, using sodium, potassium, and calcium contracting the muscle and sending blood, oxygen and vital nutrients all through out the body. Heart disease…
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It’s Possible To Live Your Dreams

It's Possible To Live Your Dreams 'Your mind is your mental workshop. You can build anything you want in it. Visualize what you want in your mind. See it, feel it, taste it, and believe in it. Make your mental blueprint and then begin build. First, think about what you want out of life. The…
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There Is No Such Thing As Failures, Only Unexpected Results

learning from your mistakes and growing from your failures Motivation speaker Anthony Robbins once said “There is no such thing as failure. There are only results.” I for one have experienced a lot of results that I didn't expect and for that matter didn't desire. But, from each result I grew. I looked at what…
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Exceeding Child Atrovent Dosage For Infants For Asthma Could Be Dangerous

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Creating Your Action Plan

five easy steps to plan your work and work your plan They say “the fish rots from the head down ” so, when I run into a situation where I have one of my team members not live up to their best, I take it very hard. I take it as a personal failure. When…
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Simple Methods For Cutting Back on Sugar

Simple Methods For Cutting Back on Sugar easy ways to go from thick to thin OK… so you have a sweet tooth and he has called in his friends. Never fear help is on the way. Here's some advice for cutting down on sugar Avoiding Teenage Waist Land If kids are allowed to develop a…
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Stumbling Blocks as Stepping Stones

reframing negative situations into positive ones There are two ways to look at the world: the benevolent way or the malevolent way. People with a malevolent or negative worldview take a victim stance, seeing life as a continuous succession of problems and a process of unfairness and oppression. They don’t expect a lot and they…
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Dieting Without Denial

by Lisa Houghton Think of the word 'diet', and it's probable you'll start to yawn, or even weep! After all, the whole idea behind a diet is to stop eating the unhealthy foods we all know are the tastiest; something that requires unwavering self-control and extreme denial. However laudable the end goals may be, when…
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