From the monthly archives:

April 2009

Top 10 Ways To Grow Your Brain

by Stephen Mills April 14, 2009
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How how can you start each day with a brain growth boosting routine? Get up in the morning and eat a cup of blueberries and take an Ibuprofen. Then do cardiovascular exercise for at least 30 minutes. The synergistic effect of doing this together will increase your results. When you are done exercising, meditate for 25 minutes. Follow that with a low calorie breakfast and have a cup of decaffeinated green tea.

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How To Take Care of Your Brain

by Stephen Mills April 13, 2009
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Update from Stephen:  There is a new book out by Eric Braverman that I suggest you take a look at: Younger Brain, Sharper Mind: A 6-Step Plan for Preserving and Improving Memory and Attention at Any Age from America’s Brain Doctor Your brain is about 3 pounds of fatty, gelatinous tissue.  It’s about 2% of […]

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Turbo Charge Your Brain – Introduction

by Stephen Mills April 12, 2009
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The articles in this category will give you the tools to rise above the ever growing crowd of achievement-oriented individuals and will help you separate yourself from that crowd. You will literally be able to turbo charge your journey to success and rocket ahead of your competition.

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Review: 7 Simple Steps – Life Transformation Guide

by Stephen Mills April 10, 2009

Jonathan Wells at Advanced Life Skills has written an incredibly useful book called “7 Simple Steps – Life Transformation Guide”.  Jonathan has a talent to take a lot of complex information and boil it down to the essential in a way that makes it extremely easy to follow.  You really should get this book and […]

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To Think or Not to Think – Your Fundamental Life Decision

by Stephen Mills April 8, 2009
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What is the key to a successful life? Is there a single key? Probably not, but I believe there is a primary decision you can make from which everything else flows. In that sense this decision is the primary key to a successful life. Without this key you will not succeed in creating the life you want for yourself. This decision is the decision think or to avoid thinking. You can choose to focus or to avoid focusing. You can choose to be aware or to avoid awareness. You can choose to understand or to avoid understanding. All of these are just variations of the fundament choice to think or not to think.

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Yes You Can!

by Stephen Mills April 5, 2009
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Last year I made a simple decision. I decided to take my life back. This simple decision led to a few other simple decisions which I will describe below. This was not a blinding light of inspiration from above. It was nothing more than a result of simple reflection. I could either do something or continue to complain and swallow drugs. I could either do something or continue in a downward spiral of physical and mental destruction.

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Develop the Courage to Take Risks

by Stephen Mills April 3, 2009
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You will seldom lose anything of value by pursuing your dream and if you do you can simply replace it. You might need a source of income, but you don’t need one particular source of income. You might need a place to live, but you don’t need one particular place to live. You might need relationships, but you don’t need one particular relationship. You might need support, but you don’t need one particular instance of support.

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Visualize Success for a Happy Life

by Stephen Mills April 2, 2009
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Creative visualization is your ability to use your imagination to get what you want out of life. Visualization helps you get clearer about intentions and objectives. In other words, you develop detailed pictures of yourself successfully achieving specific future possibilities and outcomes.

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