Monthly Archives: October 2011
No matter how bad your English skills are, you have to do it, because you don’t want to give a rude impression of yourself.
Stretching your comfort zone is mandatory for your own development’s sake. Here are six reasons why you should love stretching your comfort zone – instead of hating it. r
Remember those New Year’s resolutions you made at the beginning of the year? Did you make good on them or did you forget about them by February 1? With less than 100 days left in the year, you can still turn those resolutions into a reality and reach your goals before 2012 officially rolls in. r
The American public is starting to make other choices for health care, because there is one aspect of the American Spirit that always holds true: if they get frustrated, they will find an innovative way to do something better… and there is nothing more frustrating than having too many medical bills for a treatment that did not work. r
Your mind is an interesting tool and lives in symbiosis with the sensations from your body. It is proven that your emotions can alter your perceptions and actions, but also that your actions can alter your mood.
All the time these two factors affect each other, that is why smiling when sad makes you happier and it is why you laugh when you find something funny. r
You don’t have to be miserable forever. You can change your life and have an awesome one.
You can have a life in which you smile every morning and feel excitement to start the new day. You can have happiness and fun. No longer fearing what aggravation will wait for you. r