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Handle Change Like a Yoga Master

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Change is inevitable. Some choose to battle it unnecessarily. Here are five tips sure to help you embrace change with serenity.

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My thoughts: this is a fantastic article. Stress reduction is something that many people seek help with, as stress is a constant for all people. Over the past few years I have looked into various methods to reduce stress and improve health, and yoga has been the most commonly mentioned throughout the internet and the people I talk to. When I did mixed martial arts, I often talked with my coach about yoga, for he had started doing it while I was still there. He swears by it. He said that it was quite possibly the best thing that he had ever done, he leaves feeling completely relaxed... as if he were a new man. I will surely be looking into yoga for some help with my stress. Thank you again for the post!

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the Change Samurai's curator insight, December 16, 2012 11:34 PM

Most people work hard to create stability in their lives only to find that much is out of their control. No need to beat yourself up about it. As the old Yiddish proverb says: Man plans, God laughs. Business is at its best when it is progressive and disruptive. Why not welcome the disruption? Following these tips will allow you to incorporate change management as a stable shelter in the chaos of today's world. 

John Michel's curator insight, February 10, 2013 7:19 PM

If there is one thing that is consistent in life it's that change will come frequently and unpredictably. Whether it's the direction of your business, the economy or your personal life, change is really the only thing you can depend upon. But managing change effectively can give you a competitive advantage in business and in life. Here are five expert tips to help you be a change master.

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John Michel, experienced leader, humanitarian, visioneer, and renown status quo buster, is the author of the ground breaking book, Mediocre Me: How Saying No to the Status Quo will Propel you from Ordinary to Extraordinary. Check out his blog at www.MediocreMe.com or drop him a note at johnmichel@MediocreMe.com


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Beyond spirituality: the role of meditation in mental health

Beyond spirituality: the role of meditation in mental health | Living and Living Well | Scoop.it
Science is beginning to show that meditation can have a major impact on the way our brain and bodies function, write Jonathan Krygier and Andrew Kemp.

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Meditation has always been an intriguing form of stress relief to me. Of the many different techniques, this one seems to be the most difficult for people to do. To be able to seperate our mind from the world around us is a daunting task, which is why I am glad that I found this article. This helped tremendously with my education on the subject, and I walked away far more intrigued than I was beforehand. Although I will probably stick to easier ways of reducing stress, I am glad that I at least was able to learn a bit more about meditation and the benefits that it brings.

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Shows benefits of meditation on mental health.

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Handle Change Like a Yoga Master

Handle Change Like a Yoga Master | Living and Living Well | Scoop.it
Change is inevitable. Some choose to battle it unnecessarily. Here are five tips sure to help you embrace change with serenity.

Via the Change Samurai, Tyler
Tyler's insight:

My thoughts: this is a fantastic article. Stress reduction is something that many people seek help with, as stress is a constant for all people. Over the past few years I have looked into various methods to reduce stress and improve health, and yoga has been the most commonly mentioned throughout the internet and the people I talk to. When I did mixed martial arts, I often talked with my coach about yoga, for he had started doing it while I was still there. He swears by it. He said that it was quite possibly the best thing that he had ever done, he leaves feeling completely relaxed... as if he were a new man. I will surely be looking into yoga for some help with my stress. Thank you again for the post!

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the Change Samurai's curator insight, December 16, 2012 11:34 PM

Most people work hard to create stability in their lives only to find that much is out of their control. No need to beat yourself up about it. As the old Yiddish proverb says: Man plans, God laughs. Business is at its best when it is progressive and disruptive. Why not welcome the disruption? Following these tips will allow you to incorporate change management as a stable shelter in the chaos of today's world. 

John Michel's curator insight, February 10, 2013 7:19 PM

If there is one thing that is consistent in life it's that change will come frequently and unpredictably. Whether it's the direction of your business, the economy or your personal life, change is really the only thing you can depend upon. But managing change effectively can give you a competitive advantage in business and in life. Here are five expert tips to help you be a change master.

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John Michel, experienced leader, humanitarian, visioneer, and renown status quo buster, is the author of the ground breaking book, Mediocre Me: How Saying No to the Status Quo will Propel you from Ordinary to Extraordinary. Check out his blog at www.MediocreMe.com or drop him a note at johnmichel@MediocreMe.com


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Handle Change Like a Yoga Master

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Change is inevitable. Some choose to battle it unnecessarily. Here are five tips sure to help you embrace change with serenity.

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the Change Samurai's curator insight, December 16, 2012 11:34 PM

Most people work hard to create stability in their lives only to find that much is out of their control. No need to beat yourself up about it. As the old Yiddish proverb says: Man plans, God laughs. Business is at its best when it is progressive and disruptive. Why not welcome the disruption? Following these tips will allow you to incorporate change management as a stable shelter in the chaos of today's world. 

Tyler's curator insight, December 30, 2012 5:16 PM

My thoughts: this is a fantastic article. Stress reduction is something that many people seek help with, as stress is a constant for all people. Over the past few years I have looked into various methods to reduce stress and improve health, and yoga has been the most commonly mentioned throughout the internet and the people I talk to. When I did mixed martial arts, I often talked with my coach about yoga, for he had started doing it while I was still there. He swears by it. He said that it was quite possibly the best thing that he had ever done, he leaves feeling completely relaxed... as if he were a new man. I will surely be looking into yoga for some help with my stress. Thank you again for the post!

John Michel's curator insight, February 10, 2013 7:19 PM

If there is one thing that is consistent in life it's that change will come frequently and unpredictably. Whether it's the direction of your business, the economy or your personal life, change is really the only thing you can depend upon. But managing change effectively can give you a competitive advantage in business and in life. Here are five expert tips to help you be a change master.

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John Michel, experienced leader, humanitarian, visioneer, and renown status quo buster, is the author of the ground breaking book, Mediocre Me: How Saying No to the Status Quo will Propel you from Ordinary to Extraordinary. Check out his blog at www.MediocreMe.com or drop him a note at johnmichel@MediocreMe.com


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Insanity versus P90X

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Anybody trying to find an extreme, difficult and efficient workout can easily find themselves caught in the middle of a difficult question: Insanity or P90X? Such are the two most preferred at-home training programs and identifying which one is the most effective for you can spoil a seemingly simple decision into one of complication.
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My thoughts: This article is exactly what I needed to read. For months I and many other people have been bombarded with P90X and Insanity workout advertisements, and they always label themselves as the best. This article tells people exactly what they have been wondering: which one is better? The truth is, there is no overall winner. Both programs are fantastic and effective, but which one you choose will solely be based on preference. P90X is more for building muscle, where as Inasnity is about developing cardiovascular endurance and increasing your metabolism. Although pricey, I am glad that I finally got to see the side-by-side comparison that I needed.

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7 Fun Exercises Your Trainer Doesn't Want You To Know About - Huffington Post

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7 Fun Exercises Your Trainer Doesn't Want You To Know AboutHuffington PostBust out of the gym and break a sweat with these addictively fun nontraditional workouts.By Corrie Pikul.

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My thoughts: This article is one that all people looking to begin a workout program should read. The title pretty much sums everything up, these exercises stray away from the gym, but still burn a ton of calories. I found this particularly interesting, because I am one person that hates getting stuck doing the same, boring gym workouts every day. After reading this article, I have some new ideas for how I am going to construct my plan. Surely I had always known that the workouts were effective, but I underestimated just how many calories you can burn while doing these fun activities.

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Ways to Drop 40 Pounds in 2 Months 4 Diet plan Tips You Need to Know

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How to Shed 40 Pounds in 2 Months - Weight loss is a video game of time and amounts. The even more time you have, the much better your possibilities are of shedding even more weight.
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My thoughts: This article is very simple yet effective. The tips given aren't anything awe-inspiring or revolutionary, but it is nice to see the basics needed to lose weight layed out. All of these tips are common sense, but are also the things that most people forget when trying to lose weight. We constantly look to these created diets that claim to be the ultimate diet with the ultimate tips, but many of them are extreme diet measures that allow us to forget many of the basic necessities, such as eating breakfast, getting a good night's sleep, and making sure that you know it is up to you to decide how much you get out of the diet. Using these basics will undoubtedly help me create the most effective diet possible.

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10 Tips For Quickly Relieving Stress

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It's helpful to have a few stress-busting techniques to reach for when stress starts to creep up on you and take you hostage. Here are a few of my favorite busters. Try them yourself and see if you find them as helpful for relieving stress as I do.

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My thoughts: This article proves to be very useful. Although nothing in here is really ground-breaking, these steps are ones that everyone should at least take into consideration when dealing with stress. These are just silly ways to get rid of stress, and just by reading them I can tell that at least a couple of them would work. The one thing that I don't particularly like about this article, is that it involves putting yourself in a situation that many may find uncomfortable. But, it is also apparent that this article doesn't take itself too seriously, which I suppose i can appreciate. I do not think that i would use many of these techniques to help relieve my stress, but i hope somebody out there benefits from the article.

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10 Tips For Quickly Relieving Stress

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It's helpful to have a few stress-busting techniques to reach for when stress starts to creep up on you and take you hostage. Here are a few of my favorite busters. Try them yourself and see if you find them as helpful for relieving stress as I do.

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Tyler's curator insight, January 10, 2013 7:54 AM

My thoughts: This article proves to be very useful. Although nothing in here is really ground-breaking, these steps are ones that everyone should at least take into consideration when dealing with stress. These are just silly ways to get rid of stress, and just by reading them I can tell that at least a couple of them would work. The one thing that I don't particularly like about this article, is that it involves putting yourself in a situation that many may find uncomfortable. But, it is also apparent that this article doesn't take itself too seriously, which I suppose i can appreciate. I do not think that i would use many of these techniques to help relieve my stress, but i hope somebody out there benefits from the article.

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Beyond spirituality: the role of meditation in mental health

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Science is beginning to show that meditation can have a major impact on the way our brain and bodies function, write Jonathan Krygier and Andrew Kemp.

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Tyler's curator insight, January 10, 2013 8:04 AM

Meditation has always been an intriguing form of stress relief to me. Of the many different techniques, this one seems to be the most difficult for people to do. To be able to seperate our mind from the world around us is a daunting task, which is why I am glad that I found this article. This helped tremendously with my education on the subject, and I walked away far more intrigued than I was beforehand. Although I will probably stick to easier ways of reducing stress, I am glad that I at least was able to learn a bit more about meditation and the benefits that it brings.

Brady Wyman's curator insight, March 25, 2013 9:03 AM

Shows benefits of meditation on mental health.

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#Bodybuilding & #Fitness~ body weight workouts

#Bodybuilding & #Fitness~ body weight workouts | Living and Living Well | Scoop.it
Use your body weight to work out: squats, sit ups, press ups, pull ups, sprint...

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My thoughts: This article is great for those on a budget. Not everyone has the luxury of having weight-lifting equipment at home, so this article basically just tells you to lift yourself! Body weight exercises are also great for those looking to gain muscle but not bulk up. I know from personal experience that lifting weights can cause you to get bulky very quickly, so this is a great alternative for someone like me who is just looking to lose weight more than gain muscle, but gaining muscle is another bonus of these exercises. With limited resources, I will be sure to include body weight exercises in my workout routine.

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this way i can work out over christmas break because i dont have weight training everyday
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Perfect Health Diet » CrossFit NYC: 20 Tips for Optimal Health & Fitness

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CrossFit NYC: 20 Tips for Optimal Health & Fitness...

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My thoughts: This article is very helpful to many of those seeking helpful tips on your diet plan. Most people know that CrossFit is taking the fitness world by storm, so naturally I wanted to at least see what they had to say. What seperates this source of advice from most others that I have found, is numbers. Not only does the article lay out twenty basic things you need to include in your diet, but for most of them also tells you just how much you need. In addition to diet tips, the article includes other necessities for optimal health. This includes maintaining your sleep cycle and making sure you have the proper amount of supplement. I will surely refer to this article when constructing my lifestyle plan.

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The Ultimate Long-Life Diet | The Dr. Oz Show

The Ultimate Long-Life Diet | The Dr. Oz Show | Living and Living Well | Scoop.it

My thoughts: This article contains valuable information on foods I never even knew about. Obviously I had heard of some, but there were many that I either had never heard of or didn't know that much about. When creating a diet plan, it is important to at least keep these foods in mind, especially when you get older. These foods offer various benefits to adults, and should be at least be included every now and again. Another great thing about this article is that a meal or dish that accomodates the food is provided, which allows us to havea better idea of just how we can integrate that food item into our diet. Surely I will keep these various foods in mind when creating my diet paln.

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