Self-Improvement

Nobody Can Take Care of You Better Than You
By Robert Hempel · 1 week ago
It seems that nowadays, especially in the aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic, that more and more people are now having to deal with debt collectors, spam calls, and more due to the fact that a ...
How Entrepreneurs Can Tell When It's Time to See a Psychiatrist
By Dr. Dawn Brown · 6 days ago
Far too often, the strong, independent entrepreneur puts aside their struggles, prioritizing the business and all their goals for it above their own selves. Mental health is health. When you’re sick, you go to a ...
The Power of Gratitude
By Atik Ahmed Mahim · 6 days ago
''I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.'' - G.K. Chesterton '' Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and ...
The Self-Saboteur
By Bruce Wilson · 1 week ago
“I am the greatest obstacle to my greatest dreams.”-Craig D. Lounsbrough Why do we stand in our own way? What possible payoffs could entice someone to repeatedly self-sabotage? Are there any identifiable precursors that could ...
Four Reasons Why You Should Learn To Meditate
By Hasitha Saranga De Silva · 2 weeks ago
I know, I can hear you saying it now, "Why would Meditation Help Me? Isn't Meditation for the Great Eastern Gurus?" The categorical answer is NO! Every single person on this planet should learn to ...
12 Effective Ways To Countering Fear
By Joey Ward · 2 weeks ago
We can take action when faced with fear versus allowing fear to get the best of us. The following coping tools can be implemented immediately whenever you are faced with fear. Identify the Fear In ...
An Overview To Sober Companion
By Robert E. Webster · 3 weeks ago
Going through rehabilitation on your own can be a challenging and frightening experience. Leaving a residential addiction treatment program and returning to the world on your own is often more difficult, simply because many people ...
Decision Making and Wisdom
By Farah Nabilah Binti Abdul Ghani · 3 weeks ago
From the tiny and mundane, such as what to wear or eat, to the life-changing, such as who to marry and to whom, what job to take and how to raise our children, our lives ...
Melatonin and Aging
By Dr Sukhraj Dhillon · 4 weeks ago
“FOREVER YOUNG means positive attitude and love for life. We grow old when we quit playing.” “Aging is inevitable, but no reason to associate it with pain, disability or mental decline.” Use of Melatonin -- ...
What Are Stress Tablets and Why You Need Them
By Brad Barrington · 4 weeks ago
Are you stressed out and exhausted? You may just need to increase you vitamin intake. Physical and mental stress can rob you of nutrients and energy. When under a heavy stress load your body can ...
The Essential Guide To Managing Stress At Work
By Emmanuel Orta · 1 month ago
The Essential Guide To Managing Stress At Work While it's only average for people to experience workspace stress, exposure to constant excessive stress levels can cause adverse effects on your productivity and your emotional and ...
How to stay healthy and positive?
By Sandra Lat · 1 month ago
Here are 9 coping strategies. How to stay healthy and positive? A Siren Training Mental Health First Aid trainer –Ryan Ridgway shared his experience, thoughts, and some useful coping mechanisms. We are in the midst ...
Procrastinate Later
By Bruce Wilson · 1 month ago
Procrastinate Later Bruce Wilson, PhD “I’m a conundrum or an enigma, I forget which.”- James A. Owen What motivates us to be unmotivated? Why does one put the pro in procrastination? These questions have plagued ...
Does Wisdom Increase with Age?
By Nurhashimah Binti Bahrain · 1 month ago
In biology, the correlation between knowledge and aging has a basis: as people grow older, the mind grows more, a direct by-product of only having to live longer and experience more things. Older people are ...
Circumstances Beyond Our Control, Or Are They?
By Robert Hempel · 1 month ago
Throughout our lives we all face many difficult challenges. Some more so than others. But who decides the level of difficulty for these challenges? What may be extremely difficult for some, could very well be, ...
The quiet room
By Don Robbins · 1 month ago
Doc was an adventurous kid. He was mischievous and he liked the girls. The staff at the children’s home where he was a resident did not care for his midnight creeps over to the building ...
The Woman Behind Making Online Dating Safer
By Tiifany Smith · 1 month ago
Secret Doors is a minority female-owned technology company based in Atlanta, Georgia. After three years of planning; strategy; learning and execution. I finally launched my first product, a dating website, BehindSecretDoors.com, online marketplace (Secret Doors ...
Positive Frustration
By Dr Bruce Wilson · 1 month ago
Positive Frustration Bruce Wilson, PhD “Frustration although quite painful at times is a very positive part of success.” -Bo Bennett The human experience comes with oodles of expectations. Expectations of people, things, and outcomes that ...
Valuable Tips for Hosting a Safe Holiday Party
By Christen Davis · 1 month ago
Event planners and organizers face a different set of challenges in ensuring guests' safety, particularly for outdoor venues. Although outdoor events, including fairs, shows, and private or corporate meetings, allow guests to enjoy the good ...
5 Reasons to Write More Thank You Notes
By Erica Sunarjo · 1 month ago
When is the last time you’ve written a thank you note? When is the last time you received one? You probably don't stand strong on both fronts, as thank you notes are often underestimated. Expressing ...