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Would You Like To Wake Up To A Miracle Every Morning?

How would you feel waking up tomorrow or someday in the future and realising that part of or your entire life has been transformed and you are happier, healthier, shapely or more successful? The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod has earned countless plaudits and rightly so given the way it unleashes the “not-so-obvious” secret that’s guaranteed to change your life forever. Incredibly, what is widely regarded as “among the most life-changing books ever published” offers a series of simple approaches to achieving all that you have ever wished for. It is, therefore, no surprise that Robert Kiyosaki calls Hal Elrod “a genius” and the novel, ‘a magical solution to his life, combining the best practices compiled over centuries of human consciousness. Rich in Stories, Habits, Rituals, and Lessons that Inspire Change The Miracle Morning is a moving and compelling book written after the author survived miraculously from a fatal accident. After being clinically dead for six minutes and spendin

Daniele Buetti - HandsSource: pikeys

Daniele Buetti - Hands Source: pikeys

Daniele Buetti - HandsSource: pikeys crss

Daniele Buetti - Hands Source: pikeys crss

How to Thrive in Chaos

John F. Kennedy once remarked, Victory has a thousand fathers, but defeat is an orphan. H. William Dettmer used this quote in an interesting way – commenting, “In business, successes are usually trumpeted, while failures are normally buried in obscurity. Consequently, it may be difficult to find practitioners willing to advertise that we failed to achieve positive results with – insert name of your chosen methodology of the month.” Dettmer used this to point out how we blindly use popular management tools and techniques in problem-solving. The problem is that we might be using a technique ill-suited for the environment we are in. So, how can we identify our environment in order to apply the right tool? One way to do this is to use the Cynefin framework . A Sense-Making Framework Developed by Dave Snowden (not Edward Snowden!), the Cynefin framework is a conceptual way to assist decision makers in making decisions. The word Cynefin (pronounced KUN-iv-in) is a Welsh word for

How to Fight Back the Human Instinct to Flee When You Panic

In 2003, Aron Ralston went hiking alone in southeastern Utah. An experienced outdoorsman, the trail didn’t seem to present any danger for him. Things were going well until he slipped, dislodged an 800-lb. boulder, and was pinned to the canyon wall by it. With limited supplies and no way to call for help, he realized that the only way he’d leave the canyon alive was if he amputated his arm. Using a dull multi-tool and leverage, he managed to free himself after five days. [1] Aron could have lost his wits and died in the canyon. He had to be willing to fight for his life. We’d all like to stay calm under pressure, but the reality is that some of us panic, while others among us have the drive to fight for what they want. “Fight or Flight” Keeps Us Alive When faced with challenges, people tend to panic. Our brains do everything they can to keep us alive. When we’re afraid, it sends us the signal to either fight or flee. When you are afraid, your amygdala sets off a chain reaction in

Glass Art by Ben YoungBen Young is a New Zealand based,...

Glass Art by Ben Young Ben Young is a New Zealand based, self-taught artist who has been making glass sculpture for over 15 years and has exhibited alongside well-known glass artists both internationally and in Australia.  I am a self-taught artist who has been making glass sculpture for over 10 years. Each of my pieces is hand drawn, hand cut and handcrafted, layer on layer to create the end product - no computer or high-tech machinery  Follow him on Facebook . Meet us on Facebook , Twitter , and Instagram posted by tu recepcja