Posts Tagged ‘blog’

Andy Earle on Talking to Teens and Parenting

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Andy Earle (@talkingtoteensofficial) is a researcher at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where he studies adolescent risk behavior and the role of parents in helping teens thrive. Andy is the founder of Talking to Teens and a publisher/speaker on how to parent effectively and talk to teens appropriately. In this episode, we break down how…

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Brad Pilon from Eat Stop Eat on Fasting and Thin Air

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Brad Pilon (@bradpilon) is the author of Eat Stop Eat, How Much Protein, and Good Belly Bad Belly. His newest book is Thin Air, which is all about how our air quality, C02 levels, and environment affect our lives. Unlike most authors, Brad conducts his research and tests what he teaches. After releasing one of…

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Will Schiller on Coaching, The 80/20 Rule and Building Habits

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Will Schiller (shiller.fitness) is an authority in the fitness world. Besides from being a Fitness coach who actually loves helping to shape the minds and bodies of those he coaches, he just released the Mind Body Evolution program. In this episode, we go into a lot. Please enjoy this conversation with Will Schiller Listen to it on…

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Pareto’s Principle (80/20 Rule) And How To Do Anything Better

Have you ever started a new diet, routine or skill sprinting out of the gates? Of course, in no time you end up slowing down and subsequently failing. Although, you didn’t fail for the reason that you think you did. See, we often focus on the small micro-tasks that someone does, and these are the ones that people…

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Presence, Eckhart Tolle, and How To Experience A High-Quality Life

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For a second now take a deep breath, see what’s around you feel the air. In this article, we are going to talk about presence, Eckhart Tolle, and how to experience a high-quality life. Presence, Eckhart Tolle and How To Experience A High-Quality Life Here’s the thing. We often are living in the chaos of what…

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Developing Personal Connections and The Key To Successful Networking

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We’ve all been there. Sweaty palms, bright lights, and fake smiles… Networking To some, that word is dreaded, and to others, it’s a tool for use. For anyone with Heightened Living, it means a lot more than we think it does, because in reality, it’s not about networking, but instead developing personal connections. Let’s dive into…

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How To Have The Perfect Nap (5 Things To Keep In Mind)

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Do you ever push through that mid-day energy suck in order to get to 7 p.m. and crash on the couch? And then you end up in the repetitive cycle of messing up your sleep and sapping your energy day after day… Not if I can help you. In today’s article, we are going to…

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The 4 Benefits of a Power Nap (And The Best Way To Wake-Up Energized)

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If you ever have that mid-day crash or feel tired after getting horrible sleep, you need a nap. No, naps aren’t just for sloth-like people, but instead, some of the top performers in the world are using naps and their amazing benefits to supercharge their productivity, energy and so much more. Let’s dive into the…

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The Difference Between Multitasking and High Leverage Skills

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it may seem like High Leverage Skills are another form of multitasking, I want to clear the air and differentiate the two. So in this quick article, let’s break down the difference between multitasking and high leverage skills. The Difference Between Multitasking and High Leverage Skills Multitasking by definition is:  “the performance of multiple tasks…

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