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Leadership With Simon Sinek: Serving Those Who Serve Others

Good Life Alert - http://goodlifeproject.com/camp/ - When was the last time you felt lit-up, connected and on track to build a great living and life? Join Jo...
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Are You an Optimist or Pessimist? - Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning

Are You an Optimist or Pessimist? - Kevin Eikenberry on Leadership & Learning | CHEER | Scoop.it
Unless this is the first thing you have read from me, you will know my answer. Mckay summarizes my feelings on this issue perfectly.
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The Teen Superstars of Competitive Cheerleading - ABC News

The Teen Superstars of Competitive Cheerleading
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The Teen Superstars of Competitive Cheerleading. Part 1: Cheerlebrities have legions of social followers and put everything into high-stakes competitions.
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Top 10 Destructive Nutrition Lies Ever Told

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Dr. Mercola lists some of the destructive nutrition lies typically told by mainstream nutritionists.

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Alison D. Gilbert's curator insight, August 4, 2014 8:18 PM

You just might find some surprises on this list.

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How Exercise Boosts the Brain | IdeaFeed | Big Think

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At least once in your life, you have probably had that familiar feeling of fatigue mixed with alertness after exercising. The fatigue is your tired muscles, the alertness is your brain, somehow awakened by physical activity. A recent study carried out in Ireland confirms that exercise improves cognitive performance: After half an hour on a bicycle, individuals did much better on memory tests which associated names with unknown faces. Blood samples were taken in order to look for a biological corollary.


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Christina's curator insight, January 4, 2013 8:03 PM

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Exercising is one of the best ways to keep your body in shape. Exercise helps the brain to be more alert. From past experience after doing exercise i always feel more engergized and awake. It also boosts your memory. Studies shown that people who exercie more have a more advanced memory than others. I think this is really cool cause i wouldnt think exercising would effect the brain in that way.  

 

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Exercise And Eating - KELOLAND TV

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Exercise And Eating
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Whether you're working out to lose weight or just to maintain a healthy lifestyle, diet and exercise are keys to success. But what you put in is as important as what you get out.
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Kid President - Pep Talk about Teamwork and Leadership

Kid President - Pep Talk about Teamwork and Leadership Become a Great Team Leader to Not only Help yourself but to Help Others. Get Expert Training on how to...
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D.I.Y. Face Masks For Beautiful Skin

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Everyone wants to have beautiful skin but skin products are usually pretty expensive (at least the good ones). Little do you know, there are great alternatives to these expensive products that you ...
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We Totally Busted Three Common Mascara Myths - Allure Magazine (blog)

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We Totally Busted Three Common Mascara Myths
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Unfortunately, there's no Snopes for the beauty world, so I like to take beauty-myth busting into my own hands.
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Brain training exercises more effective at improving cognitive function than crossword puzzles, study says

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A new study shows that doing brain training exercises is more effective at improving cognitive function than performing knowledge games, like crossword puzzles.

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Drayven Thomas's comment, April 12, 2013 12:47 AM
This article shows the potential effectiveness of brain training exercises. It discusses how studies have shown the effectiveness of brain training exercises. This shows that brain training exercises may be good to include in my plan in order to fulfill my goal of keeping my brain sharp.
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Why 6 Seconds of Exercise Can Be as Worthwhile as 90 Minutes - ABC News

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It's possible these results might translate to younger folks, said Michele Olson, an exercise science professor and researcher at Auburn University in Alabama.
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