Power Of WHY – 5 Questions You Should Ask

I have learned not to underestimate the power of words; verbal or written, spoken or locked within the depths of your mind. There are over one million words in the English dictionary but there is one word in particular that has really resonated with me and has impacted my life more so than any other. That word is… why. In context, why is generally used as the base of a question. Throughout the…
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Benefit Of Routine (And The Importance Of Breaking It)

Whether you’re a student in university struggling to balance course load, work and social life or an established adult in a 5 day/week, 8-to-5, routine has a place in your life. Simply put, routine introduces structure in our busy, chaotic lives. This structure enables you to maximize the time that you have and allows you to spend more time doing the things and spending time with…
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Stop Playing the Victim and Take Control

As a species, we are powerful. Short of time-travel or teleportation, everything that we have fantasized or conceptualized has come or will come to fruition. It can be debated that we are where we are today as a result of creativity, ingenuity, and intelligence. I certainly wouldn’t argue against this – it’s definitely true. However, I do believe that there is another resounding quality of…
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How to Avoid and Correct Adrenal Fatigue

What is going on with my body? Have you ever gone through a period in your life when you are just tired? Tired. Are you going through that now? Regardless of how much sleep you get or how much coffee you drink, you can’t seem to get over bouts of exhaustion. What about irritability and inability to handle stress? Regardless of how calm you try to be, you are in a state of heightened stress…
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Take Chances and Stare Fear in the Face

In my life, the most profound of lessons have come from the unlikeliest of people and often at the most unsuspecting of times. There is much to learn in life – you just have to be a willing student. Personally, I’ve found that my greatest lessons have come in the form of “mistakes” or “failures”. Rather, they’ve come in the form of what society deems to be mistakes or…
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