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Three Minutes to Mindfulness

“I can tell you’ve been meditating,” my husband said to me. “You’ve been a lot more mindful recently.” My first reaction was a guilty twinge. I’d been intending to meditate.  I’d even cajoled myself into a couple of three-minute sessions, … Continue reading

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Are you using psychological warfare…on yourself?

What can we learn about positive thinking from a North Korean POW camp? Quite a bit, according to Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton. In their book, How Full Is Your Bucket?, they examine one of the most effective instances … Continue reading

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Clearing Mental Clutter

Your thoughts are racing. You can’t focus on the task at the top of your to do list because the other thirty things you need to do are nagging at you. You can’t sleep, even though you’re tired, because an … Continue reading

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