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The Softest Skill: Virat Chirania
How I Learned: Positive Attitude Makes The Difference
Positive energy is contagious. Catch it if you can!
(AOL.com) This past week I said goodbye to a fellow consultant at my current freelance gig. It was time for her to move on to the next opportunity and she will be desperately missed. She came in several months back and made an immediate impact. Yes, she brought leadership, creativity, and an array of skills critical to the assignment, but what made a difference every single day were her energy, smile and great attitude. That's right. It wasn't her hard skills that transformed the office. It was optimism and positivity. She always had time and a smile for everyone and never let a tough day get her down. The best part was her attitude was infectious and changed the tone of the workplace. (Learn More)
Reading books, one of the stones on the path that leads To Habitual Success
How to get really good at anything - a powerful NLP "meta strategy"
Could strenuous exercise at night mean better sleep?
(Reuters Health - Sheeren Lehman) NEW YORK - Young adults who exercised vigorously before bed ended up getting better sleep than their peers who reported less strenuous evening activity, a new study found. The results, based on sleep patterns during a single night, go against the usual advice to avoid being too active before bed. “We believe that the present study has the potential to shed light on the issue of whether evening exercising should be discouraged,” Serge Brand of the University of Basel in Switzerland and his colleagues write. “The findings may also have practical implications, since, for most employed adults and parents, evening hours often provide the only opportunity for exercise,” the researchers add. They studied 52 Swiss high school students who were an average of 19 years old and played sports two or three times per week. The participants followed their normal routine on the day and night of the study, including playing sports for 65 to 90 minutes in the evening and ending about one and a half hours before their usual bedtime. Before going to bed, students rated their mood and hunger levels and filled out a questionnaire that was designed to evaluate how vigorously they had exercised. That night they used a device that measures sleep patterns, called a sleep-EEG. Brand’s team found that students who reported more exertion during sports fell asleep faster, woke up fewer times during the night and slept more deeply than those who had exercised less vigorously. (Learn More)
Strategies to Build Closer Relationships : Improving Your Workplace
Time & Activity Management
Beginner's Guide to Meditation ~ Learn To Meditate in 5 Easy Steps
Esther Hicks ~ About Universal Laws
The Willis Clan
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