Monthly Archives: July 2015

The Secret of live is to be happier, healthier, and live longer with Laughter

Laughter is my best medicine.


Some people say, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but I find that a good sense of humor and a hearty laugh every day has even better benefits! I use humor to help keep me healthy and solve all sorts of challenges.

First and foremost, laughter relieves my stress. When my mind is focused on something funny, I can’t help but forget my worries, even if for a short time. Since stress causes most health issues, daily laughter keeps stress from building up to unhealthy levels.

A good belly laugh causes the mind to produce endorphins that promote a feeling of well-being. The way I figure, the more endorphins I make, the better I feel! It’s no secret that people with a good sense of humor live happier, healthier, and longer lives.

When I am feeling down, I take a break from my tasks to enjoy a funny movie or play entertaining games. After having my fun, I feel rejuvenated and get back on track with what I need to do.

If I am involved in a tense situation with someone, I think of something funny to break the tension. It always works! After we laugh, we’re better able to settle our differences amicably so we can find a win-win solution.

Laughter also helps me relax my mind. It sends extra oxygen to the brain that aids in clarity, which is always a good benefit.

I like to add, humor in my everyday Martial arts classes routines so I can rejuvenate my body, mind, and spirit!

What gave you your biggest laughs today? How did I feel afterwards?

Essential SECRETS is having an opinion goes beyond regurgitating the facts.

Envy and jealousy have long been the downfall of humankind and it also applies to your portfolio. Who cares what the next guy is making or how well they are doing. It will just cause you to make bad decisions. Achieve your own success and let the others do what they do.
— Charlie Munger

Spend each day trying to be a little wiser

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Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday.

Motivation is a fire from within. If someone else tries to light that fire under you, chances are it will burn very briefly.
– Stephen R. Covey

Motivation is a fire from within

It would be great if we could catch motivation from others, but that’s rarely the case. Others can encourage you to achieve your dreams, but the motivation to actually follow through must come from within. You have to want something so badly that you’ll do whatever is necessary to succeed. Only you can fan the flames of motivation, no one else can do it for you.
✤  Decide what it is you want.
✤  Determine how to achieve that goal.
✤  Don’t allow others to talk you out of it. 
Self-Reflection Questions:
I. Is what I want important enough to keep working and not give up?
II. Am I motivated enough to continue despite hardships?
III. Will I make the firm commitment to continue toward my goals?

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The Lazy WHO’S Way to RESULT. We are what we REPEATEDLY do.

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.
– Aristotle

Your consistent behavior in your life translates into excellence

If we’re honest with ourselves, this quote will resonate within us. We are often known by what we do, not what we say. If we are consistent in our actions, especially with our Children ethic, people take notice.

Don’t do a good job, do a great job! Your consistent behavior in your life translates into excellence, and that is what your children will love.
✤  Be consistent
✤  Do a great job
✤  Do more than expected 
Self-Reflection Questions:
I. Am I consistent in my actions?
II. Do I do my best  each and every day?
III. Am I providing my Children  with excellence ?

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Children Are Not Numbers

Let these invigorating quotes guide you, give you strength, and prove to you that you’re not alone on your success in the well-being of your  children’s journey.

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Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to understand ourselves.



Martial Arts self-awareness is the most important aspect of personal development.

It determines nearly everything else, including whether you’re able to stay motivated and achieve your goals. As you peel away the layers, you’ll discover wonderful things about yourself when you simply become more aware.
With self-awareness, you can change deeply held beliefs if they don’t serve you well. The journey of self-discovery is never-ending and filled with surprises and adventures in your inner landscape.
When you become self-aware, you know your strengths, weaknesses, and personality type. But it’s more than this. Fully knowing yourself includes being aware of your thoughts and watching them objectively as an observer, without emotion or attachment.
For example, you might tell yourself, “Now I’m experiencing anger.” You can then go on to ask yourself why you’re getting angry and where that anger is coming from. Certainly, your soul within you is not angry. So who is?

“To have greater self-awareness or understanding means to have a better grasp of reality.”
- Dalai Lama

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