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3 ways to transform your brain with gratitude

Three Ways That Will Transform Your Brain With Gratitude

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Gratitude has infused modern culture. We don’t have to look far to find references to Gratitude Journals or Gratitude Lists. Our language, always a sign of our current and recent culture, is full of references to gratitude. “Thank your lucky stars”, “thank goodness …”, etc. Gratitude seeps into our consciousness in various ways. While all of these actions are fabulous…

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A Conversation with Cris Gladly: Protector and … Gladiator?

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Cris Gladly: Protector and … Gladiator? In this Profile of a Life of Purpose, you’ll hear my guest explain why she doesn’t believe in purpose — and what she does believe in instead. Cris is a consultant and speaker working with social and emotional intelligence to foster positive workplace culture. You’ll hear how she used her experiences from a young…

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How to Help In A World of Hate

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The world is frequently in turmoil.  Current events often seem more like a cautionary movie than real life. Hate crimes, riots, rhetoric. Turning off the media isn’t a solution to ending the upheaval. The events don’t end. Their impact on the world and individuals has already occurred. But staying in pain isn’t useful. It doesn’t help the world and it…

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Living an Intuitive Life

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What does it mean to live an intuitive life? Very simply, it means allowing your intuition to guide you through life. It doesn't guarantee a simple life, or a perfect life, or all your dreams-come-true. But it does bring peace of mind, fulfillment, deep joy, freedom from anxiety, and a conviction of purpose. And those are qualities we all say...
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Even If Your Words Are Forgiven, Their Impact Is Permanent

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Just seeing a negative word for ONE second makes us more anxious or depressed! Ever wonder why you tune out certain people when they speak, even though they seem to be saying a message you would want to hear somewhere else? Chances are, it’s the words they’re using. Words — those combinations of vowels and consonants — have innate power we can’t help...
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How Practicing Mindfulness at Work Can Increase Performance

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Mindfulness is showing up everywhere – as a topic and as a practice. There is nowhere it should be more welcome than in the workplace. What better place to fully experience the benefits of mindfulness? Work is where we strive to do our best and struggle with overwhelming deadlines and stress. Through practicing mindfulness, we can achieve: happiness, stress reduction,...
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