Tom Walter's living organ donation is an extraordinary example of love and personal sacrifice. He contemplated the risk and chose to put his own life on the line for his fellow man. Is there any greater sacrifice? Probably not.
When making a new resolution for 2011, begin with the end in mind. This is my all-time favorite tip. By focusing on the end result, you are training your mind to think like someone who has already reached the top. You are visualizing your success. Remember: What we think about directs our behavior. It’s a trick the pros use to maintain their edge.
With the holidays upon us, it’s time to consider that clunker of the holiday “to-do” list: The Guest List. Not that there’s so much to actually do when it comes to creating a guest list. It’s your list and your own editorial privileges abound. However, there is the matter of family obligations vs. personalities – properly assorting potential conflicting points of view is part of the guest-list process.
In the field of mental health, mutual support groups are proven to be effective as trained therapists assist in alleviating depression, resolving grief, and help cope with chronic addictions. This is known as the “multiplicative effect” whereby combining individual discipline with group support increases your odds of meeting any goal – by more than double.
Have you ever come home after a day at the office and just want to scream or cry? You are not alone in that feeling. Currently, we each take about three mental health days per year in this country. We work hard, play hard, and live hard—but sometimes as American’s we live too hard.
I love coffee. Literally. If coffee were a person, I’d marry it. If coffee were a band, I’d stalk it on the road and try to hook up back stage. If coffee were a lemming, I’d probably follow it off a cliff.
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