A breakthrough idea to improve your brain

Guy running on sand dunes

Photo credit – Jacob Miller via Unsplash

As we age, our brain function changes much as our physical function does. It’s efficiency slows down.

But there’s something you can do.

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What’s driving your resolutions?

NY res postcard

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Year%27s_resolution#/media/File:Postcards2CardsNewYearsResolution1915.jpg

Did you develop some new year resolutions? Have you ever wondered why we make them? And, if you don’t ever keep them, what’s the point?

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Thoughts on opening doors …

As one year ends and a new one begins, new doors open.


There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.
~ Aldous Huxley

We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.
~ Walt Disney

The role of sleep in learning

The role of sleep in learning

Working on insufficient sleep can be bad for business. Besides being cranky and unable to think straight, it can also be attributed to medical ailments like headaches, depression, diabetes and heart disease to mention a few. By contrast, a good night’s sleep may hold the secret to unlocking successes! 

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Holiday season reflections – 5 ways to start 2016 well

25 Dec

The end of year festivities and accompanying holidays are a great time to reflect on the year and think about the new one to come.  What will you do to start 2016 well?

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Thoughts on life …

Holstee Manifesto

Source: https://www.holstee.com/pages/manifesto

A reminder about life, living it with passion and vulnerability. Life is short. Are you doing what you love?

If it was to end tomorrow, would you regret not doing something today?

Food for thought … suggestions for action …

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