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I assess the info of my eating routine and propensities”

My brain is sustained by what I nourish my body.

My brain is sustained

My perspective, profoundly and physically, is straightforwardly related to the condition of my body. I am mindful so as to bolster my body the best possible nourishment with a specific end goal to appreciate a solid personality.

Sustenance is my wellspring of support; in this manner, I eat nourishments that are stacked with vitamins and supplements. I restrict my admission of sustenances that, albeit delectable, have no quality to my wellbeing. My eating routine is rich in foods grown from the ground that give long haul advantages.

I appreciate large amounts of vitality in light of the fact that I eat sustenances that are stuffed with force. I can stay wakeful and think on my toes in view of the decisions I make in my eating routine. My dietary patterns set me up for achievement.

I am cautious with what I sustain my soul through my eyes and ears. I stay away from negative discussions at all expense. My ears are slanted to discussions of substance and quality. I just take part in examinations that develop me.

I sustain my eyes the excellence of nature to improve my internal feeling of peace. I dismiss my eyes from savagery and wrongdoing to safeguard my soul. I have the quality to kill the TV or leave a negative circumstance..

What I permit into my body advances toward my brain and heart, and changes my activities. I just give my eyes and ears to things that adjust to what I need to turn into.

Today, I assess the info of my eating routine and propensities. I decide to roll out the vital improvements that place me on the way to achievement.

 

Self-Reflection Questions:

1.In what capacity would I be able to enhance my eating routine?

2. Do the things I take an interest in adjust
with my qualities?

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No More Excuses – Motivate Yourself Today

Peak Performance

Thrive when there is balance in your life. When all aspects of your life are given their fair share of attention, you will  feel like a complete person.

You may already know that Motivate is one of the keys that determine success or failure. However, just knowing doesn’t make it any easier to gain motivation. If you feel that you’re having trouble properly motivating yourself, it’s time for you to act. Not tomorrow, but today.

Finding your motivation is something personal. The best way to find motivation is to explore your options and discover something that works for you.

Consider the following ways to motivate yourself today:

  1. Avoid just going through the motions. One reason you may find it difficult to perform everyday tasks is that you get bored. Of course you’re going to try to avoid something that you find tedious! You can combat this mentality by adding some depth to your thinking while you’re engaging in tasks you dislike.
  • Brainstorm ways that you can complete the task in a more efficient manner. Then you can compete with yourself to see how quickly you can complete the task in the future. The quicker you get it done, the sooner you can move on to bigger and better things!
  1. Get spiritual. Don’t be afraid to get in touch with your spiritual side. Many people find it highly motivating! When you discover some answers to life’s tough questions, it brings you clarity, and you may be more likely to work harder to achieve your desires.
  2. Set a goal. You might lack motivation because you don’t have a goal. If you aren’t even sure what you’re working towards, you’ll have difficulty finding motivation.
  • If you have a large goal, break up the goal into a series of small, achievable tasks and set each task as a separate goal. This helps you maintain motivation because you’re constantly achieving your goals. You can see the results of your hard work!
  1. Hold yourself accountable. In order to ensure that you don’t stray from your chosen path, evaluate your progress every week or even every day. Determine how you can do better the next week.
  • If you find that it’s difficult to keep yourself accountable, don’t be afraid to ask for help. You may enjoy having others check up on you to make sure you stay on task.
  1. Think positive thoughts. Negative thinking and lack of motivation go hand in hand. You can increase your motivation by concentrating on eliminating your negative thinking patterns. Replace negative feelings with optimism and positive thoughts and images.
  • When you catch yourself feeling down, make an extra effort to seek the silver lining. It’s always there. If you take the time to look hard enough, you’ll find it.
  1. Make a change. If you think you’ve tried everything and you still can’t get motivated, perhaps you should consider a life change. Maybe there’s a reason why you’re feeling this way.
  • If you don’t feel motivated to work toward your major life goals, consider some alternatives that may be more in line with your true desires.
  • If you’re having trouble finding motivation for everyday chores, see if you can find a way to hire some help. 
Always keep in mind that “the time is now.” Put procrastination into your past and you’ll feel happy and accomplished at the end of the day, instead of stressed out or regretful. 
When you’re motivated, life is more fulfilling. Use these strategies to wake up your motivation and enjoy the difference!

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Your physical well-being is critical because it ensures that both your body and mind, spirit can work at their peak performance.

Use these strategies to arm your kids with powerful techniques against bullies

A Parent’s Guide for Empowering Your Child Against Bullying

stop-bullying

 

Bullying can damage a child’s self-esteem and lead to other mental and physical challenges. If your child is being bullied, it’s important to address it before the bullying escalates.

You can empower your children to face bullies and deal with them effectively!

Use these strategies to arm your kids with powerful techniques against bullies:

  1. Set boundaries. Teach your child how to set boundaries with others. Discuss limits, what behavior they will accept from others, and how to respond when others don’t respect their boundaries.
  • You can start the learning process by teaching your children that bullying is hurtful and has negative consequences. Discuss different boundaries related to bullying and address their concerns and questions.
  1. Teach your child to seek help. Help your child understand that teachers, parents, friends, and others can help them. Discuss how to approach adults and describe the bullying. Practice doing this at home, so your child will be ready at school or camp if the situation should occur.
  • You can also discuss being persistent in getting help. If the adults are busy or not listening, then the children need to learn they can ask others for advice.
  1. Discuss confidence. A confident child is more difficult to bully and doesn’t make an easy target. Build up your child’s confidence at home, so they’re prepared for the outside world.
  • Words, actions, and body language can reveal self-confidence. Teach your child to walk confidently, stand up straight, keep their head up, and remain calm. You can also teach your children to talk confidently and express themselves without fear. These are important empowerment lessons.
  1. Encourage conversations about bullying. One of the easiest ways to empower children is to listen to them.
  • Your children should feel comfortable discussing their concerns with you, and know that they can talk without facing criticism.
  • Children thrive in a loving and safe environment, so letting them discuss their fears is important.
  • Children also turn to siblings during difficult situations. Your entire family should feel comfortable discussing bullying and its consequences.
  1. Avoid the temptation to interfere. Although it’s easy to get involved and confront the bully, this prevents the children from learning from the experience. The children lose the chance to stand up for themselves and face the bullies.
  • Your child can be aware of your support without you micromanaging every bit of the situation. Let your child figure out how to handle the issue with your advice.
  • You can continue to monitor the issue from a distance, so it doesn’t escalate.
  1. Teach your children to walk away. Bullies thrive on hurting others and want to see a reaction from your children. Teach them to walk away from certain situations, so the bully can’t hurt them. If your child can ignore the bully, then the bully loses their power over them.
  • Bullies are often scared of adults and seek out situations without them. Teach your children to look for adults, so the bully will leave them alone.

Bullying can hurt a child’s feelings, thoughts, confidence, self-esteem, and future. However, you can work with your children to empower them by taking advantage of these tips.

Founded in 2006, PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center actively leads social change, so that bullying is no longer considered an accepted childhood rite of passage. PACER provides innovative resources for students, parents, educators, and others, and recognizes bullying as a serious community issue that impacts education, physical and emotional health, and the safety and well-being of students.

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How bullying impacts bystanders

It is not only victims who suffer. According to stopbullying.gov, kids and teens who witness bullying are more likely to:
• Have increased use of tobacco, alcohol, or other drugs
• Have increased mental health problems, including depression and anxiety
• Miss or skip school

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As a Martial Artist You have to actually take action to acquire skills

The key to an amazing life is understanding the difference between wishful thinking and belief.

Belief generates the willpower to take action & acquire the knowledge to do big things.You have to build real practical skills, you can’t just sit around and try to use positive thinking as a crutch. In this book

“The Magic Of Thinking Big”.

Thinking Big

The book says it this way: “People confuse (belief) with wishful thinking. And true enough, you can’t wish away a mountain.

You can’t wish yourself into an executive suite or a high-income bracket. You can’t wish yourself into a position of leadership.But you can move a mountain with belief.

There is nothing magical or mystical about the power of belief.
Belief works this way. Belief, the “I’m-positive-I-can” attitude, generates the power, skill, and energy needed to do. When you believe I-can-do-it, the how-to-do-it develops”

There is a reason 6 million people have purchased a copy of this Book .

“The Magic Of Thinking Big.” Check it out.
The key is remembering that you can’t just wish and believe – you have to actually take action to acquire skills.

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Acquire virtually an infinite amount of knowledge

Bring the Joy of Reading Books Back Into Your Life

Niji No Hashi Dojo  Recommend Books

Reading is an excellent habit to develop. You can read about anything that interests you and acquire virtually an infinite amount of knowledge. You might not ever be able to travel to Antarctica in real life, but you can “be there” in a flash with a book.

Young children love to read and to have books read to them. Then, to our own detriment, many of us lose interest or simply can’t find the time once we grow up.

Try these ideas to rediscover the joy of reading books:

  1. Read books that you really want to read. Avoid reading something just because you think you should. Not everyone needs to read War and Peace or Paradise Lost. Read old Superman comic books, if that’s what you like. You’re not in school; you can read whatever you like.
  2. Create the time to read. It might be 20 minutes before bed or during your lunch hour. We feel like we don’t have the time because we over-schedule our lives, watch too much TV, and spend too much time surfing the Internet. Let go of some of that stuff and read instead. Make reading a habit by doing it regularly.
  3. When you’re reading, only read. This isn’t a time for one eye on the book and the other eye on the television set. If you’re going to get the most out of it, then really commit to what you’re doing. Just read during your reading time.
  4. Avoid thinking that you must finish every book you start. We have to suffer through some things in our lives that are less than exciting, but your books don’t have to be one of those things. If it’s not exciting to you, get rid of it and find something else. Life is too short to be bored any more than absolutely necessary.
  5. Don’t worry about how quickly you read. It doesn’t matter how long it takes you to finish a book. The important thing is to have a blast reading it. You’ll find you’re your reading speed will increase when you read regularly.
  6. Check out the book reviews before you choose something to read. Websites like Amazon.com have thousands and thousands of reviews. You can usually read part of the book online. It’s a quick and easy way to figure out if you might like it before you buy.
  7. Get a library card. Free is good. Your local library is a wonderful place. Take advantage of your tax dollars and check it out.
  8. Remember the used bookstores. Not only can you find a lot of books that are at least 50% off, you can also sell the books you’ve finished reading. Books aren’t trophies that need to be kept on your shelves. If you’re not going to read it again, why save it?
  9. Consider joining a book club. You can read the book on your own and then discuss it with others. You’ll learn a lot more about the book and get a new social circle, too. Reading is a solitary activity, but there are aspects to reading that can be very social.

Reading opens your mind up to new possibilities. There is so much you can learn, and with a library card, reading can even be free. Find a great book that fascinates you and carve out some time in your life to read it. You’ll be glad you did!

13 books of the month recommend to students at

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13 books for August

1: INHERITANCE BY SHARON MOALEM

2: WHY BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE HAVE MORE DAUGHTERS BY BY ALAN MILLER AND SATOSHI KANAZAWA

3: SOCIAL: WHY OUR BRAINS ARE WIRED TO CONNECT BY MATTHEW D. LIEBERMAN

4: FLOW: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF OPTIMAL EXPERIENCE BY MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALYI

5: THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING BY STEPHEN HAWKING

6: CONTAGIOUS BY JONAH BERGER

7: MISBEHAVING: THE MAKING OF BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS BY RICHARD H. THALER

8: ATTACHED: THE NEW SCIENCE OF ADULT ATTACHMENT AND HOW IT CAN HELP YOU FIND – AND KEEP – LOVE BY AMIR LEVINE AND RACHEL HELLER

9: PRESIDENT ME: THE AMERICA THAT’S IN MY HEAD BY ADAM CAROLLA

10: BORN TO RUN BY CHRISTOPHER MCDOUGALL

11: DOLLARS AND SEX: HOW ECONOMICS INFLUENCES SEX AND LOVE BY DR. MARINA ADSHADE

12: THE WEALTH AND POVERTY OF NATIONS BY DAVID S. LANDES

13: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY: THE STORY OF MY EXPERIMENTS WITH TRUTH BY MOHANDAS GANDHI