When you fuel your brain – you fuel your body. Your brain is the engine of your body that helps it run effectively. Without an engine, your body can’t run and if you don’t maintain your engine correctly, your body won’t function properly. How Your Car is Like Your Body Think of the food you eat as fuel for a
What do you feel when someone says ‘thank you’ or that they appreciate you? Do you feel warm, happy, or some other positive emotion when someone shows you gratitude for the things that you do? Typically, when people show or tell us how thankful they are for our actions, service, or words, we feel some sort of positive emotion. Now,
Most of us are constantly plugged in to one device or another. Checking text messages, emails, and social media; making calendar events and phone calls. All this is having an effect on us— in fact, research shows that an excessive amount of phone use can cause increased stress in children and adults. Did you know that most people get instantly
Your health and wellness matters—both mind and body! It doesn’t matter if you have a diagnosed mental health disorder or if you just face regular ups and downs in your mental health. You need to be intentional about caring for your brain, no matter where you’re at in life. Life happens to all of us. Your mental fitness is going
WORKSHEET DOWNLOAD We’ve all experienced it: you’re lying down to sleep after a hard day of work, but instead of falling into a deep, restful slumber, you end up lying awake for an hour—sometimes even longer. Even if you’re tired, you just might not be able to shut your brain off. You have idea after idea running through your mind.
Have you ever wondered what divides elite athletes or competitors from the ordinary ones? Some of the greatest events in sports have happened when the underdog competitor rises to the top against all odds. Maybe they were ruled out because another athlete had better stats. But they kept trying and their hard work and resiliency paid off in the end.
Have you ever thought about the value of feedback? You may not like hearing it, but, whether it’s good or bad, genuine feedback is beneficial. It gives you useful information that you may not otherwise be able to ascertain. It’s also a change agent. Feedback gives you the opportunity to do better. Without feedback, it’s hard to know what’s working
Picture this: You put your cellphone on your charger at night. The next morning your alarm goes off, you reach over to grab your phone only to realize that you didn’t plug it in all the way and now your phone is at half a charge. You’ve got a full day of work ahead of you. You’re not sure if