Looking within ourselves is not often second nature to us. When we’re young, we get into the habit of looking to our parents and peers for recognition in order to validate ourselves – it’s how we tend to learn about the world around us and our place within it.
The beach is an enticing place. The cool breeze, the lapping waves, and the glorious sunshine. It’s the perfect escape from our hectic and busy day-to-day lives.
Chronic loneliness is a modern-day epidemic, and a sad one at that. We live in such a busy time, and it’s all too common to sacrifice relationships for more work, more money, more stuff.
I remember that one client approaching me in the gym, where I work as a trainer. He told me that he’s been training for so long to get a six pack, but still hasn’t seen results yet.
Tinder has revolutionized the way that we date. As of 2016, the app had 25 million users, 1.5 million of whom pay for it.
You have heard it time and again, you benefit from exercise. Perhaps when you were younger you played a sport if not on an organized school team – but with your friends.
Commercial organizations depend and thrive on our natural curiosity. That’s right, companies know that people are driven by a strong obsession for obtaining new information, products and services.
It’s Saturday night, and you’ve finally managed to get yourself out of the house and to the party your friends have been bugging you about.
As a personal coach with over 100 employees, one of the most common questions I receive from time to time is “how can I be more productive?
According to a study conducted in 2016 , it was found that most people read around 12 books a year.
If you Google “morning routine”, you will receive around 20 million results in less than 62 seconds. Morning routines create productive days and happier people.
You spend the majority of your waking hours at work. In fact, 80% of your time is spent in front of your work desk!
The financial savings picture in America (and the world) isn’t a good one, at multiple income levels.
What do athletes train for? Athletes train for the event that they are competing in. The field however stretches far from the courts and crowds.
Usually, smiling indicates a positive, approachable and likeable person. It can send your attraction levels soaring from the perspective of another and create an emotional, often subconscious, reaction within them.
In Part I of this two-part series, we looked at what anxiety is and how to tell if you or someone close to you is suffering from an anxiety disorder.
No one wants to suffer. As a general rule, people like to avoid hurt and pain as much as possible. As a species, humans want a painless existence so much that scientists make a living trying to create it.
“Anxious” is a word with two faces. Sometimes it means eager excitement. “I’m anxious to see you!” we say, as we get off the phone with a friend who’s coming to visit.
Stress is an ever-present part of modern life. Getting a good night of sleep is more important than ever.
Being productive is more than just sitting at a desk and working. We’re at an age where everyone is more reachable than ever, but this comes with a risk of losing focus and concentrating on the wrong things at the wrong time.