5 Awesome Brain Exercises to Make You Smarter

By | May 16th, 2016|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Brain exercises keep our brain healthy and help prevent mental diseases The brain is the most important part of the human body, and like our body, it too, ages. Since all physicians emphasize on the significance of physical exercises to keep our bodies active, they also encourage brain exercises. Brain exercises not only keep our

6 Unhealthy Thoughts That Are Holding You Back

By | November 5th, 2015|Tags: , , , |

When you find yourself stressed out, unable to think straight, make your own decisions or you are simply unable to move forward, more often than not, it is the clutter in your mind that holds you back. More precisely, the unhealthy thoughts in our heads govern our lives! We all have a voice in our heads,

7 Surprising Effects of Masterminding

By | October 12th, 2015|Tags: , , |

One of the most frustrating situations, regardless of the kind of work you do, is when you put in the effort, and then get nothing in return as a result. Perhaps, the reason why you’re not successful or why you are stagnating is because you are working alone. The days when a single person could

The Season Of Rebirth Is Upon Us: How to Become a New You

By | May 14th, 2015|Tags: , , , |

With summer right around the corner, it is time to shed off the old you, and let the new you get some fresh air. But after all of these false starts, how can one just reinvent themselves in one short season? Easy. There are several things you can do that will make you a happier,

3 Steps to Improve More by Learning Less

By | January 8th, 2015|Tags: , , , |

What a world we live in. The information age, as it’s being called, provides us with exactly that: information. For bettor or for worse, any question we have, any answer we require, or any ailment we’re trying to cure, is at our fingertips. I mentioned that all this information could be for worse, but how

Napping can Dramatically Increase Learning, Memory, Awareness, and More

By | September 6th, 2014|Tags: , , , |

In some places, towns essentially shut down in the afternoon while everyone goes home for a siesta. Unfortunately, in the U.S.—more bound to our corporate lifestyles than our health—a mid-day nap is seen as a luxury and, in some cases, a sign of pure laziness. But before you feel guilty about that weekend snooze or falling

5 Vital Tips for a Better Memory

By | August 22nd, 2014|Tags: , |

The older we get, the less we are able to remember (unless you’re so young you can’t remember anything, but whose keeping track?). This is not uncommon and becomes more apparent through old age. So, there may be times where you go to do something, and suddenly forget what you were going to do, or maybe

3 Breathtaking Things to Know About Your Brain and Memory

By | August 7th, 2014|Tags: , , |

Have you ever been in a situation where you question what you ate for dinner last night, and literally cannot recall? After minutes of pondering, sometimes it may click whereas other times a friend or family member may have to remind you of the food you ate, or you have to think of something which symbolizes

Top 5 Paradoxes of Learning – Is Your Usual Method Backfiring?

By | August 1st, 2014|Tags: , , , |

Sometimes we charge into learning something new full of excitement. But as the weeks go by, our passions sometimes fly away. What seemed exciting at first can grow tedious—even frustrating. Why? Because we aren’t aware of the fundamental paradoxes of learning! Surprisingly often, the very things that we should be doing can also end up

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