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The 5 Best Podcasts on Prosperity

[ad_1] Prosperity is about the varied search for fulfillment. It is being in a state of thriving and success. However, this can be both in your individual life as well as the culture and society that you partake in. In fact, cultural prosperity can reflect the values that serve to motivate the individual toward a certain prosperous initiative. If you can’t imagine holding someone in high regard who is a ‘complainer’ or views themselves as a ‘victim’, it is much more helpful to both of you if one is willing to ask if that person wants to fix anything from their logical mind, or are they open to truly seeing people in a positive light. Energy attracts energy, and if...

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How To Successfully Start Living Your Soul Purpose

[ad_1] When I made the decision to not return to conventional employment, but instead start a journey of living my soul purpose and designing my own life, the question of ‘Where do I start?’ was extremely prevalent in my mind, and actually the night before my first Monday, I didn’t sleep. I often find that the best way to get motivated when feeling overwhelmed is to start with something practical. For me, 99% of the time, this will result in a snowball effect; as in once I start something, everything else seems more manageable. It’s that feeling of accomplishment (such as dragging up a book-case twice my weight up the stairs on my own…) that increases your confidence to maybe try that other thing you’ve been thinking about. IF YOU TRY...

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Living with ‘Lagom’: Swedish Moderation for a Longer, Healthier Life

[ad_1] Wellness advice from The Nordic Guide to Living 10 Years Longer: 10 Easy Tips for a Happier, Healthier Life.  One of our favorite expressions in Sweden is “Lagom is best.” “Lagom is a word that is hard to translate, but an attempt would be “just right”. “Lagom is best” hence means that having just the right amount of something—not too much, not too little—is perfect. This mentality of “everything in moderation” permeates Swedish culture, and can easily be applied when trying to adopt a healthier lifestyle. (I also think it offers a more sympathetic and forgiving way of making life changes than trying to go “all or nothing.”) Take the health benefits of the sun, for example. The sun’s UVB...

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How To Use Your Energy Levels To Be More Productive

[ad_1] You already know what needs to happen. You say it all the time: “I need to be more productive with my time.” But often – too often – it feels just about impossible. Certain times of day you’re a steam train mowing down anything which gets in-between your work and you. Other hours, maybe when you’d rather be sleeping, the brainstorming commences – and doesn’t end. Then there are the dead hours – those hours where no matter how hard you try, you know you’ll find myself wasting as much time as possible, in whatever way makes itself available. When what you’ve got is competing demands – whether that’s in your schedule or in your interests – feeling those...

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Unconscious Bias: 3 ways your brain is unknowingly holding you back (and what to do about it)

[ad_1] “A life lived of choice is a life of conscious action. A life lived of chance is a life of unconscious creation.” – Neale Donald Walsch We usually think of our brain as our greatest asset. It’s what makes us human and allows us to grow and learn. However, the more we begin to understand the complex link between our psychology and our physiology, the more we start to see that a lot of the time, our brains are actually holding us back. This is because we live in a world vastly different from the one our brains evolved in. As a result, we can have a number of issues with things such as confidence, anxiety and even just...

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The Road doesn’t go anywhere! How To Form Habits That Are Crucial For Long Term Self-Improvement

[ad_1] To understand success, you need to know first that there is no road towards success. Ever saw a road moving? Probably not, as it’s the cars, trucks, bicycles and the pedestrians who move on it. The road is just a platform on which everything already is standing still, it’s the power to move that gets things going and make things reach point B from A. Similarly, everyone knows what success is and how to get there but the biggest differentiation comes in the form of the habits you are slave to. We have all heard of great stories of failure and how people overcame them to become utterly successful but it’s not about how much you fail or how...

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Introverts: How to Trump Over Our Social Anxiety

[ad_1] “Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.” Albert Camus Not too long ago, I was assigned to lead a fairly large project at work. It involved heavy interactions with various departments, endless meetings, lots of brainstorming exercises, and more importantly—a need for a skillful and charismatic leader, who can build a good rapport with all types of groups and individuals. For many—especially extroverts—this opportunity will present an outright prospect to shine in the spotlight—a harbinger of future successes and recognition, and possibly a solid step toward the pinnacle of one’s career. Of course, it doesn’t mean—we all know this—that an introvert is not going to be up for the challenge, nor that we can’t...

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How to Use Geofencing to Improve Your Business

[ad_1] Chances are you’ve at least heard the term “geofencing” regarding marketing your business. But do you know what it is, and how it can actually help you attract more customers, increase engagement, and most importantly, drive more sales?At the risk of oversimplifying, geofencing is placing a virtual fence around a defined geographic area. There are several different applications for geofencing. For instance, some organizations use it to create more secure networks within their buildings; the geofence prevents visitors from accessing the company network or specific applications without authorization. Geofencing is also growing in popularity in smart home design. Using the technology, a homeowner can program the garage door to automatically open when a beacon detects his or her vehicle...

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The Myth About Writer’s Block and How to Get Through It

[ad_1] We’ve all heard the term before. Writer’s block is a common, and often overly used, reason people give up on writing. Now, before you get upset and accuse me of blasphemy, let me explain. Writer’s block is a real thing and a real concern for writers. I’ve been there many times myself. It’s also very frustrating to be stuck in any creative process, such as writing. However, it’s important to understand the difference between writer’s block and procrastination. So, let’s take a closer look, shall we? Writer’s block is defined as “the condition of being unable to think of what to write or how to proceed with writing”. More generally it means that you just can’t come up with...

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4 Easy Tips to Cultivate Calmness

[ad_1] The ability to cultivate a sense of inner calm is an important factor when it comes to coping with anxiety. Anxiety, often times, creates physical side effects on one’s health, and the cultivation of calmness and relaxation in both body and mind can serve as a form of release from mental anxiety. Minute changes in your lifestyle and habits can bring unanticipated, positive effects on your wellbeing as a whole. Here are a few easy tips on how you can instill calmness in your daily life. Develop a calm morning routine, instead of falling prey to a stress-induced morning rush. A morning ritual can instill a sense of calmness into your life and set the stage for a more...

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