Mastering techniques to calm your mind when you feel distressed will make a massive impact on your life, and it all starts within.
Every second of every day we are bombarded by thoughts, feelings, emotions, worries, fears, ideas, daydreams, and more.
Scientifically speaking, happiness isn’t just something that happens to you. It’s also something cultivated by you.
This exercise is very simple, we’re going to pick something in the present to focus our attention on, and keep it there for a few minutes.
Changing our perspective is a skill, and once we develop that skill we can make some real magic happen.
A shift in our attention allows us the time and space necessary to move out of a mental slump.
The Webster definition of gratitude is an emotion of the heart, excited by a favor or benefit received; a sentiment of kindness or goodwill toward a benefactor; thankfulness.
Former Navy SEAL Mark Divine shares some tips and tricks that he learned during Navy SEAL training.
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4 Tips on how to start your day and set yourself up for happiness.