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Growth or Fixed Mindset for a Pandemic?

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In any day we experience both tamed emotions for growth, and untamed or fixed emotions. Emotional responses to challenges such as loneliness or isolation during a pandemic, will determine our mindset and leave us emotionally well or moody and emotionally impaired. You may remember MYG as a fantasy character that… Read more »

Choose Calm in Little Things

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Our brain’s amygdala is the seat of emotions and storehouse that stockpiles every response we make. When calm responses store there on ordinary, they become our reality in tougher times. See why some respond to difficulties with care while others sink in distress? Our stockpiles decide which response will guide… Read more »

Moods matter – Roundtable 7

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What changes miserable moods into model moods for you and those around you? We don’t need to default to bad moods when conflicts arise. To resolve the mood dilemma is also to build and sustain those emotionally strong communities many of us crave. Ask a two footed question like the… Read more »

Stress or Success – Choice or Fate?

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Has stress robbed you of fun you could have with your children, colleagues, friends or partner? If so you may have slipped into increasing stress problems spoken of at centers for disease control and prevention which reports a shocking number of people who fall into frequent stress fiascos. ¬†Few disagree… Read more »

Personal Feelings into Brain Based Tools

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As Valentine approaches – have you considered how personal feelings transform especially well into brilliant learning and leading tools? Use parts of the brain never before used to accomplish things never before accomplished! Too many teens and young adults feel alone and lonely in February’s dark days. It does not… Read more »