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6 Yoga Poses to Help Alleviate Back Pain

[ad_1] It doesn’t comfort lower-back-pain sufferers to know that most people experience low back pain at some or other time in their lives. Office-bound people, especially those who work at computers, are sedentary for the best part of the day. Working in an office where ergonomics for workers is of little concern can lead to repetitive strain injury. This is a debilitating condition resulting from overuse of the hands and wrist for instance. Back pain is a modern 21st century epidemic, and many people take time off from work because of chronic pain. Various organizations such as the World Health Organization have even documented the many problems caused by back pain and the need for effective pain-management systems of medicine....

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Drink Healthy Water from Enagic’s products

[ad_1] You're reading Drink Healthy Water from Enagic’s products, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Most of you like to stay fit throughout the journey of life. But you do face health issues as you get older. It is inevitable. But you can make a better living by consuming pure water throughout your lifetime. Is it interesting? Of course you might be wondering where to get pure water in the present situation. There is a lot of demand for pure water because of the water scarcity all over the world. People are moving from one place to another in search of water. Most...

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How to Write a Business Case – Getting Approval and Funding for Your Project

[ad_1] Getting Approval and Funding for Your Project © iStockphotoRawpixelDetail the benefits, cost, approaches and timescale of your proposed project. You've got some great ideas for improving the way your department delivers what's required of it. But how do you get approval for your projects to go ahead? And how do you ensure that you receive the resources you need to complete them successfully? The answer is this: by creating a proper business case document. In formal projects, a business case is the main deliverable from the Strategy and Business Case Project Phase   . It's one of the key documents that senior managers review when deciding whether to give a project the funding it needs to go ahead. In the...

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Personal Preparation for Great Decision Making – Getting Into Shape to Make the Right Call

[ad_1] Getting In Shape to Make the Right Call © GettyImagestunartTune in to how your mind uses "fast" and "slow" modes when making decisions. Do you sometimes approach an important decision with the nagging feeling that you aren't quite ready to make it? Successful decision making requires careful preparation. That doesn't just mean getting the facts and figures straight – you can still make a poor decision, even if you're armed with all the data you need. You may not be able to process that information effectively if you're distracted by other tasks, or if you doubt your ability to make the right call. In this article, we explore tips and techniques for minimizing confusion and self-doubt, so that you...

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Cognitive Load Theory – Making Learning More Effective

[ad_1] Helping People Learn Effectively © iStockphotorweisswald Have you ever been on a course where the trainer went through his material so quickly that you barely learned a thing? Or maybe the content was so complex that it went completely over your head? In this article, we'll look at Cognitive Load Theory (CLT). This takes a scientific approach to the design of learning materials, so that they present information at a pace and at a level of complexity that the learner can fully understand. How Do We Process Information? Cognitive Load Theory builds upon the widely accepted model of human information processing shown in Figure 1 (this was published by Richard Atkinson and Richard Shiffrin in 1968.) It describes the process...

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How Traveling for Self-Improvement Could Actually Work

[ad_1] We’ve all been there, in that moment when we hit a wall and can’t figure out what lies behind it. And each of us deals with that instance of our lives differently. But, what I’ve learned works for me is traveling. Although I haven’t traveled much and gone too far, most of the people I’ve met on my trips had one thing in common – they believed their journeys made them better and improved. And indeed, after every trip I took I felt better, invigorated, like every experience was an upgrade of me as a person.   So, if you’ve had some emotional turbulence or are just not feeling good about yourself, here are some ideas about what could...

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Staying Challenged – Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone

[ad_1] Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone © iStockphotoalexxx1981Take yourself out of your comfort zone. Do you ever feel that you're stuck in a rut? Most people get this feeling at some point in their working lives. When we fall into predictable routines and get too comfortable in our roles, we tend to "play it safe." We feel bored and less fulfilled, and we end up achieving only a fraction of what we're capable of. This is why it's so important to push yourself regularly, and to try new things. Challenges, whether running a marathon or learning a new skill, can bring a sense of power and exhilaration. When challenged, we feel fully alive and engaged, because we're actively participating in life, and...

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Using Stretch Goals With Your Team – Inspiring Excellence in Others

[ad_1] Inspiring Excellence in Others © iStockphotoGannet77 Some of the world's greatest feats were accomplished by people not smart enough to know they were impossible. – Doug Larson, journalist. Think about some of the things people have accomplished that previously seemed impossible: examples include the Wright Brothers' first flight, space exploration, face transplantation, and the eradication of polio in India. We can achieve greatness by setting extremely ambitious goals – these can push people to new heights and inspire them to do amazing things. However, if we set goals like this carelessly in the workplace, they can backfire and lead to loss of credibility, disengagement, stress, and burnout. Goals like this are often known as "stretch goals." In this article, we'll...

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How to Re-Integrate a Splintered Self

[ad_1] Have you ever felt more voices inside your head than outside on any given day? You’re not alone. Unfortunately, due to unhappiness, trauma, loss, and other issues that cause negativity to our emotional insides, we can break apart and spend days, months, weeks, and years in the middle of internal arguments. This self-fragmentation adds to our unhappiness, because it reduces us to a place of internal poverty. It robs us of our chance to know emotional wealth, the optimizing of all our internal assets. Good news: if you suffer from such internal disagreement and inner alienation, here are some tips to bring yourself back together and for your psyche and soul to move forward as one. Here’s how. Identify...

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Improve Your Concentration

[ad_1] Achieving Focus Amid Distractions   How many times have you sat at your desk and tried to focus on a task, only to find that your mind is wandering? Despite your best intentions, you just can't concentrate. We've all been in this familiar, frustrating situation, and it's something that can really undermine your performance.   In this article, we'll review strategies to improve your concentration and reduce your daily distractions. Learn how to improve your concentration,in this short video. Environment Your personal work environment plays a large role in your ability to concentrate. The more comfortable and welcoming your environment is, the easier it will likely be for you to stay there and focus. Here are some ideas for...

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