We know that the foods we eat affect the body but they can have even more influence on how well our brain functions. What we eat can have a POWERFUL affect on our brain’s energy, how the mind handles tasks, and our general mood. Our focus here is on those particular nutrients found in foods that enhance neuron firing and cross-linking in the brain. The foods listed below can help you: concentrate, increase memory, tune sensorimotor skills, keep you motivated, speed up your reaction time, control stress, and even slow down the aging of brain cells! So here is a list of 20 different food types that we can add to our diet, their effects, and how they function: 1. Whole grain is a great brain stimulator because it contains high percentage of folate. Wholegrain breads and cereals are rich in Vitamin B6, an important brain vitamin. Nuts 2. Both literally and figuratively speaking, walnuts are “brain food”. Omega 3 fatty acids found in walnuts are especially helpful in brain function. 3. 4. 5.
120 Ways to Boost Your Brain PowerHere are 120 things you can do starting today to help you think faster, improve memory, comprehend information better and unleash your brain’s full potential. Solve puzzles and brainteasers.Cultivate ambidexterity. Use your non-dominant hand to brush your teeth, comb your hair or use the mouse. Readers’ Contributions Dance! Contribute your own tip! There are many, many ways to keep our brains sharp.Start Your Day in 33 Different WaysMornings are underrated. I consider them fundamental for the whole diurnal experience. What you do in the very first moments of your morning will fundamentally and inexorably shape your entire day. Most of the time you spend your mornings by routinely performing some habits, on auto pilot. Consciously inserting your intentions in these very first moments will have a huge effect. Here are at least 33 ways in which you can transform your days by only spending 5 minutes every morning. 1. I love the morning stillness and the unspoken promise of something ready to start. 2. And do nothing. 3. Point your mind to something you’re really grateful for and stay there. 4. Regardless of the current season. 5. You’re going to spot it pretty easily if you put your mind to it. 6. Write an answer to an old question, do part of a small chore, move an object out of somebody’s way. 7. EmptyÂ your mind and isolate from your environment. 8. 9. Like in getting physical. 10. 11. Let go. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.
The Comte de St. Germain IndexSacred Texts Sub Rosa Buy this Book at Amazon.com Contents Start Reading Page Index Text [Zipped] The original 'International Man of Mystery,' the Count St. Germain, was an 18th century European aristocrat of unknown origin. He had no visible means of support, but no lack of resources, and moved in high social circles. Less well understood are some of the other stories that have been made about the elusive Count: he always appeared about forty years old, popped up from time to time after his official death (on February 27th, 1784), made spot-on, unambiguous prophecies, could transmute matter, and spontaneously teleported to distant locations. There is probably a good explanation for some of the anomalies in the narrative. So was he a time traveler? --J.B. Reference: The Immortal Count, by Doug Skinner, Fortean Times, May 2001. Title PageContentsChapter I. Appendices Appendix I.
The Now HabitIn this post, I present a mind map with the full summary of the book The Now Habit: A Strategic Program for Overcoming Procrastination and Enjoying Guilt-Free Play. Despite a cover that reminds me of the “remarkable” Windows 3.1 ‘Hot Dog Stand’ color scheme, I don’t have much to say about The Now Habit other than it’s one of the most useful books I’ve ever read. Since its publication back in 1988, it has become well-known among chronic procrastinators looking for ways to overcome this crippling condition, and for very good reasons. The Procrastination Habit As the title of the book suggests, procrastination is a habit — it’s not caused by lack of organization or lack of time management skills. Back in 2004, when implementing the David Allen’s Getting Things Done method, I fell exactly in that trap: tweaking my to-do lists, installing the latest software on my PDA and clearing my inboxes all worked as perfect excuses to avoid doing what I knew I was supposed to be doing instead!
Learning theory (education)A classroom in Norway. Learning also takes places in many other settings. Learning theories are conceptual frameworks describing how information is absorbed, processed, and retained during learning. Cognitive, emotional, and environmental influences, as well as prior experience, all play a part in how understanding, or a world view, is acquired or changed, and knowledge and skills retained. Main article: Behaviorism The term "behaviorism" was coined by John Watson (1878–1959). Methodological behaviorism is based on the theory of treating public events, or observable behavior. In behavior analysis, learning is the acquisition of a new behavior through conditioning and social learning. There are two types of conditioning and learning: Classical conditioning was noticed by Ivan Pavlov when he saw that if dogs come to associate the delivery of food with a white lab coat or with the ringing of a bell, they will produce saliva, even when there is no sight or smell of food.
Witty QuotesContents Introduction This page is simply a list of quotes I find interesting, witty and/or thought-provoking. The quotes Advice for living Mark Twain: "Age is mostly a matter of mind. Meindert Dejong (in The Wheel on the School): "... first to dream and then to do -- isn't that the way to make a dream come true?" Bibliophile book catalogue: "If you don't take care of your body, where will you live?" Bibliophile book catalogue: "Tact: getting your point across without stabbing someone with it." Digest: "One of the greatest mistakes in life is to fear continually you will make one." Bibliophile book catalogue: "No-one can make you feel inferior without your consent." Stephen Orchard: "You must forgive in order to live." May V. Notice in office: "The easiest way to make ends meet is to get off your own." Bibliophile book catalogue: "People who cannot find time for recreation are obliged sooner or later to find time for illness." Joan Baez (singer): "I've never had a humble opinion. Children A.J.P.
Tackle Any Issue With a List of 100The List of 100 is a powerful technique you can use to generate ideas, clarify your thoughts, uncover hidden problems or get solutions to any specific questions you’re interested in. The technique is very simple in principle: state your issue or question in the top of a blank sheet of paper and come up with a list of one hundred answers or solutions about it. “100 Ways to Generate Income”, “100 Ways to be More Creative” or “100 Ways to Improve my Relationships” are some examples. “One hundred entries? Isn’t that way too many?” Bear with me: it’s exactly this exaggeration that makes the technique powerful. When starting your list you may believe that there’s no way to get it done. Unlike the related Idea Quota tool — whose primary goal is to acquire the habit of coming up with ideas — the goal of a List of 100 is to take your mind by surprise. Ground Rules There are only two simple principles to keep in mind when making Lists of 100: 1. 2. The Dynamics of Making Lists of 100 1. 2. 3.