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Dietary Supplement Curcumin May Actually Fight Off Cognitive Decline

Cognitive decline is something that many of us worry about, whether it’s due to genetics and dealing with family members who have suffered, or because we have been impacted by someone else dealing with it.

But according to some new research, the answer may lie in curcumin, a dietary supplement that is already renowned for so many health benefits.

According to an article titled “Turmeric: Doctors Say This Spice Is a Brain Health Breakthrough”...
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Coaching and Therapy

What World-Class Therapists and Coaches Think About You

Note: This is an opinion piece based on personal experience.

World-class therapists and coaches share a common view of people, in my experience working with colleagues over the years.

What's the view of people the best coaches and therapists share? People are works in progress. You are merely a work in progress. So am I.

That's it.

Of course, some therapists see their clients in terms of diagnoses. Some coaches see their clients...
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Three Reasons to Learn NLP from a Millennial’s Perspective

Should you learn NLP?

One of our students recently completed the NLP training, which stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. I asked her to give me the top three reasons she thinks people should learn NLP. Here is her response, as a millennial.

Her name is Courtney:

When I began to learn NLP by taking the NLP Practitioner’s Course, I thought I knew what to expect.

It was a psychology/personal development program that...
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7 Experts Give Advice About How to Raise Self-Esteem

We often try to compensate for low self-esteem by committing a (paradoxical) negative action, which only feeds the monster that is insecurity.

Though the negative action may seemingly have temporary benefits, it will never rid you of your insecurity.

For example of this is a woman with low self-esteem, who seeks attention from men as validation. Yes she is getting immediate attention, but chances are it's not the type she truly wants and it's...
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Subconscious Mental Defense Mechanism Protects Your Relationship

Staying committed in a long-term relationship in this day-and-age can be quite a challenge, especially with the temptations of the internet and social media right at our fingertips.

But research is now suggesting that those who are committed, and mean to keep their relationship in good standing have a subconscious technique for resisting attractive members of the opposite sex.

Studies show that when someone is in a loving, long-term relationship,...
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Mind Hack to Ensure You Get Stuff Done

We’ve all done it; made a plan to do something that we needed to do, with every intention of actually doing it, and then life happens and we forget to follow through with our task.

It’s not that we purposefully flake on these things. We just get lost in the hustle-and-bustle of the day, and other things end up taking a priority over what we initially thought was more important.

If only there were a...
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17 Signs You’re A Highly-Sensitive Entrepreneur

Guest post by Nathalie Chantal de Anha

I don't typically post pieces about business, but today is different. Nathalie Chantal de Anha has such a unique perspective that I just had to share a little of it with you.

She's a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) who is making it in this world as an entrepreneur. If that's not enough to pique your interest, then you should also know that Nathalie has invested...
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This Simple Mindset Gives you a Happiness Boost

According to several surveys taken all over the world, if you act like an extrovert, even when you’re feeling introverted, you will be happier and feel more positive emotions.

This information was surprising to me, because when I am feeling introverted, the last thing I want to do is go out and socialize.

But according to an article titled The Simple Mindset That Makes Everyone Happier All Over The World published by...
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