Memorization techniques for non-linear minds MEMORIZATION TECHNIQUES for NON-LINEAR MINDS (c) 1995,96 by Robert E. Frazier - all rights reserved This may be reproduced, reprinted, and/or distributed so long as it is not altered in any fashion, and contains the above copyright notice. For me, the task of memorizing detail has always been a chore. Change Your Entire Life With This Simple Technique From Thich Nhat Hanh. It’s Kind Of Amazing! get elephant's newsletter To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others.
Creative Writing Prompts for Sci-Fi &Fantasy... Posted by Melissa Donovan on April 5, 2013 · Fantastical creative writing prompts. In the world of creative writing, we’ve only begun tapping the possibilities in speculative fiction, a genre that includes science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, supernatural, horror, and superhero stories, as well as anything that ventures beyond known reality. Speculative fiction is an under-recognized genre: Academia and literary elitists traditionally haven’t given it much credence, although it has been gaining acclaim in recent years. But the genre’s fans are rabid. In fact, you won’t find a more dedicated group of readers anywhere else, which makes reading and writing speculative fiction a delight.
Harness the Power of a Healthy Attitude “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.” ~Winston Churchill Have you ever had someone say to you, “Change your attitude?” I find myself saying it frequently to my teenagers, and they look at me like I’ve asked them to morph into an alien. How Do I Find Myself? touch the art Are you wondering 'How Do I Find Myself?' Curious how to go on a journey to discover who you are ... really? 80 Success Quotes that Will Bring You Motivation Hi, you seem to be new here, I suggest by checking our guide to new readers New to Looking to Business or Join Our Free Email Course. Thanks for visiting! Since today is Friday I want to share some of the most brilliant quotes on success I have ever read.
How To Build Your Tribe Email This is a guest post by Marelisa of Abundance Blog at Marelisa Online. One of the most fundamental human needs is the need to belong. Noted psychologist, Abraham Maslow, identified it as one of the five basic needs. We want to be part of a group and to feel loved and accepted by others. Discovery Health "Triggering and Reversing Muscle Contraction" The coupling process leading from electrical signal (excitation) to contraction in skeletal muscle The trigger for a muscle contraction is an electrical impulse. The electrical signal sets off a series of events that lead to crossbridge cycling between myosin and actin, which generates force. The series of events is slightly different between skeletal, smooth and cardiac muscle. Let's take a look at what occurs within a skeletal muscle, from excitation to contraction to relaxation:
Live an Exceptional Life - Robin Sharma How do you craft an exceptional life? Ultimately, life goes by in a blink. And too many people live the same year 80 times. To avoid getting to the end and feeling flooded with regret over a live half-lived, read (and then apply) these tips: Exercise daily.Get serious about gratitude.See your work as a craft.Expect the best and prepare for the worst.Keep a journal.Read The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin.
Discovery Health "How Muscles Work" Muscles are one of those things that most of us take completely for granted, but they are incredibly important for two key reasons: Muscles are the "engine" that your body uses to propel itself. Although they work differently than a car engine or an electric motor, muscles do the same thing -- they turn energy into motion.It would be impossible for you to do anything without your muscles. Absolutely everything that you conceive of with your brain is expressed as muscular motion.
8 Types Of Imagination Imagination is critical to innovation and learning–but what exactly is it? Dr. Murray Hunter of the University of Malaysia Perlis discusses the 8 types of imagination we use on a daily basis, with explanations for each. Dr. Hunter defines imagination as “the ability to form mental images, phonological passages, analogies, or narratives of something that is not perceived through our senses.