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Compulsive Liars - How To Spot Them!

09th January 2013
What is a compulsive liar? What is the difference between an everyday hypocrite? Perhaps something to consider first is our own lying. Do not deny it, YOU are also guilty of lying. I lie, we are all guilty of this at some point - however, we really try no... Read >
Author: Detect A Liar

Why Is It A Teacher Job Is Never Done

24th November 2010
There is truly no better way to make an impact on the world than to educate it. In addition to imparting knowledge, one in the teaching profession also leaves an impression of oneself in the lives of those who come in contact. As biological parents leave ... Read >
Author: Chris Cornell

Create a Soothing Meditation Timer

23rd November 2010
Meditation is the skill of inward focusing, but the action of an individual meditation session creates a problem: how does one maintain one's focus and simultaneously watch time? One answer is to meditate with a helper tracking the time for you personally... Read >
Author: CorryHarperville

3 Strategies To Implement The Secret Into Your Life.

15th April 2010
The first thing everyone wants to know after watching the move the secret is, "How do I sue the Secret?" That's understandable because although the movie is good and it does introduce you to the law of attraction it does not quite tell you how to properly... Read >
Author: Paul Beer

IMPROVING COMMUNICATION WITH FOREIGN EMPLOYEES

13th October 2009
It is common knowledge that our nation is a nation of immigrants. Because of being recognized around the world as being "The Land of Opportunity," the U.S. has historically been and continues to be a popular destination for foreigners wanting to come here... Read >
Author: Chris Franek

The Family Pet: A Very Important Family Member

11th September 2009
Millions of families on this planet include at least one non-human member. Whether it is a dog, cat, fish, turtle, rabbit or python, a new pet can very quickly become a much-loved member of the family in its own right. Many studies have shown that this... Read >
Author: Neurons

CBT OCD - What They're Not Telling You About CBT

15th July 2009
CBT OCD has been around for a long time. Yet, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is growing, not shrinking. There are more people than ever that have OCD so why is your therapist still using the same old boring method that still doesn't work? They love to tell... Read >
Author: Derek Soto

Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce

26th February 2009
Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. Diabetes also appears to affect the speed of our thought processes as well. Diabetes mellitus is a common disease in the United States. Diabetes prevalence has increased ste... Read >
Author: dianadj

How to Unlock the Subconscious Mind and Access Your Full Potential

06th January 2009
The inner mind resides in all of us and we often go through life not knowing that it is even there. The shocking thing is that all of us go through the existence that we have been given on this earth only using a percentage of our potential. Now, previous... Read >
Author: Greg Frost

How Our Emotions Are Created

07th April 2007
One thing I learned from watching "What the Bleep" is how our thoughts control our emotions. It's really fascinating AND once you get it, then you will be better able to control your thoughts and create new pathways for positive thought processes. Hopeful... Read >
Author: Gary Glasscock

Healthy Panchendriya with Healthy Dinacharya or Ayurveda Lifestyle

08th March 2007
Panchendriya means the five sense organs. Dinacharya means daily lifestyle routine. Daily lifestyle routines have direct influence on our panchendriya or the five sense organs. The healthy functioning of all the five senses and clear thought processes... Read >
Author: Dev Sri

Chili Detox!

15th February 2007
Fasting for any length of time will cause nutritional deficiencies, fatigue, dehydration, and possibly eating disorders. Likewise, the colon cleansers that are used to rid the body of waste are basically laxatives that can also cause dehydration and nutri... Read >
Author: hazel

FOUNDATIONS OF MOTIVATION

28th November 2006
Foundations of Motivation A manager's view of employee motivation and use of rewards depends on their perspective of motivation. There a four distinct approaches to employee motivation. Traditional Approach The scientific management school uses sys... Read >
Author: DONALD ALEKSY

TRAINING YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS MIND FOR SUCCESS

10th May 2006
For many years I have followed the personal growth/self help movement and watched how it has rapidly evolved into a billion dollar industry. I've bought and painstakingly followed almost every teaching method that I could find to empower my life and achie... Read >
Author: Michael Murphy
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